Tinnitus Treatment for Ring in Ears

If you suffer from a ringing in your ears, I don’t have to tell you how annoying it can be. And the odds of you have Tinnitus (as it is called medically) is actually pretty high. Statistics show that 1 in every 22 people suffer from some degree of a ringing in their ears…that’s 22 million Americans.

This ringing can manifest itself in a lot of different ways. Many people hear a high pitched whining noise or whistle while others may hear buzzing like a saw. For others, the sounds are clicks or clicking and many also complain of a humming sound. No matter what form the sound is, it can be extremely irritating and most doctors, because of the commonality of it, just tell you to get used to it or listen to background music or a sound machine to help mask or drown out the noise in your head.

I have conducted many hours of research online (as a sufferer of Tinnitus myself) and found that there’s tons of garbage and huksters trying to act like they have a solution, only to direct you to some lame affiliate link where they try to pick your pocket…not literally, of course, but the solution comes in the form of an eBook or something like that.

Now I’m all for paying for good information, but everything i’ve ever come across so far has been garbage. Until I found a site that actually provided suggested exercises to help rid you of the ringing. The website just explained how to do these exercises, but I felt it would be better to actually demonstrate what they are in order to make sure you do them correctly. They work for me and the ringing in my ears has hushed to a whisper.

I’m confident that in time, as I continue to do these exercise, my Tinnitus will be gone forever…or at least until my next Twisted Sister concert…kidding ; )

Here are the things you should note while watching this video:

  1. Make all head movements slow and deliberate.
  2. Rotations of the head should be large and exaggerated…but slow.
  3. head tilts (forward and sideways) should be to full range of motion.
  4. Do each rotation a total of 10 times. For example, 10 times rotating to the left, then 10 times rotating to the right. Same for other exercise.
  5. Repeat the exercises 2-3 times a day.


My attribute my Tinnitus to a hard blow to the back of my head after a snowboard crash…no helmet. I hit the back of my head so hard that I was certain I had cracked my head open. I grabbed my head as I slowly got to my feet and was amazed there was no blood. I’m sure I received a concussion that day, but never had it looked at. That was when I was thirty years old. Around the age of 47 I started hearing the ringing and it got to a level where I heard it all the time.
This exercise, along with an even better one that I’m making a new video for (I’ll post it asap), helped me severely reduce my Tinnitus ringing in my ears. I think it will help you immensely too.
For the record, I DID buy a few products that turned out to be worthwhile, but I didn’t want to be a referral here for a “pay” product.


If you get relief from your ringing in ears from my videos, be sure to leave a comment below. I’d love to know I helped someone!


One comment

  1. leslie says:

    k, i'm going for it. news at 10…

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