Tinnitus ( tinnitus ) as an early symptom of CNS problems
Tinnitus (watery tinnitus , whistling, or ringing in the ears) is a symptom that sometimes manifests in practically all people. With fewer people there is a whistling, and a tingling noise in your ears so stingy that it hinders you in everyday life.
Whistling / ringing in the ears
Tinnitus (watery tinnitus , whistling or "ringing" in the ears) is a hallucinatory sound, the cause of which is nerve - it is an irritation of some degree of aural path. A high tone known as "whistling in the ear" usually occurs with irritation or even death of a single hair cell in the inner ear. The dying cell sends a series of action potentials - signals normally used for neuronal communication - in our lethal spasm - and these are our auditory center evaluated as the pure tone of frequency corresponding to the location of the hair cell in the snail. Dying of hair cells is a normal phenomenon advancing with age - old people lose first the ability to hear high tones and later often deaf almost completely. This is a phenomenon that can slow down but not stop by the right diet and care for neurological health.
Tingling / tingling in your ears
Something else is when a perceived sound is composed of many frequencies (sounds like noise, noise, tingling in the ears) or it even has the form of modulated sounds (clicking, buzzing, etc.). Noise means that it is more than just the affection of one hair cell. It can be either diffuse middle ear irritation (eg, inflammation, even subclinical ), or it may be an early sign of problems that have their cause in the CNS. Sometimes the sound is considered a real tinnitus - for example caused by bloodstream, which is called objective tinnitus.
Tinnitus is a symptom of impending CNS damage
Hearing and equilibrium centers are the most sensitive of all sensory centers of the brain. This is somewhat related to our good hearing, especially to the direction of hearing. Directional hearing requires unreal sensitivity and the ability to differentiate microsecond delay between the right and left ear. Even the equilibrium neurons are extremely sensitive - many poisonous substances, even in a minimal concentration, cause disruption of equilibrium sensations, dizziness and nausea. Subsequent vomiting should then remove from the body potentially poisonous contents of the stomach. (Evolution does not count with the bus.)
Therefore tinnitus and dizziness appear as early signs of abnormal states in the brain. Vomiting is one of the typical symptoms of encephalitis, whereas tinnitus may be the first warning at the beginning of a potentially destructive brain process, such as autoimmune inflammation. Unhealthy processes in the brain are often accompanied by activation of sensitive microglia cells and headaches . For example, alcohol consumption is related to both headache due to activation of the microglia (hangover) and disturbing the feeling of balance, trampling and nausea. However, in slower destructive processes, headaches and dizziness may be missed and the only symptom may be tinnitus.
Identify reason and treat until it disappears
Tinnitus as a symptom should definitely not be underestimated. It should be a reason to visit a neurologist and discover the cause, whether ear or nervous. In the case of autoimmune and degenerative problems, adaptogens can be used in therapy. Repeated queries on this topic were one of the reasons for writing this brief explanation.
Potential of adaptogens for the treatment of tinnitus
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