Sunday, November 30, 2014

Ears and Hearing problems Natural Cures


Ears and Hearing problems


For an earache, wrap some Garlic in some gauze and place it in the outer ear canal.


Hearing Can be Improved Up to 90%

You can use this method to help bring back hearing.  Press the tip of the third, or ring finger, for about 5 minutes, several times a day. Press the finger on the left hand for the left ear, and right hand for the right ear.  Pressure on the joints of this finger may also help.  This is said to help improve up to 90% of hearing loss in cases of deafness due to thickening of the ear membrane, ear noises, and ringing in the ears, but everyone can obtain some benefit.


Some foods and a low cholesterol and low carbohydrate count may ease your hearing problems, says Dr. J.T. Spencer, Jr. of Charleston, W. VA. Sudden deafness requires immediate medical attention, due to its many possible causes such as certain types of infection, a blood clot, poor circulation or other causes. 


Hardening of the arteries can lead to an insufficient supply of blood to the inner ear, causing sudden deafness; says Dr. O. Erick Hallberg in the Journal of American Medical Association, November 30, 1957.  The continuing use of nicotinic acid, a B vitamin, in high dosages seems to be most beneficial both for its artery widening effect and for its apparent tendency to reduce the blood cholesterol level.


Foods that contain the B vitamins include:


  • Brewer’s Yeast
  • Liver
  • Wheat Germ


A low fat diet includes:


  • Eggs
  • Fresh Fruits
  • Fresh Vegetables
  • Gravy
  • Lean Meats
  • No Butter
  • Processed cheeses 
  • Starches


While deafness caused from an insufficient blood supply is fairly consistant, with ringing in the ears and dizziness, other types of deafness may come and go.  It is not likely to affect both ears at the same time.


Using lots of soybean lecithin every day can help to reduce or stop the ringing in the ears and clear hearing.


Using garlic oil by puncturing a garlic oil capsule and pouring it into the ear and stopping it with a little cotton can help to relieve earaches.


Some people have had good results in helping to clear up bad hearing and ringing in the ears by using a drop of onion juice in the ears about every week to ten days to help maintain good results.


Chewing gum that contains a natural sweetener called xylitol has been found to help prevent tooth decay and ear infection.  Xylitol prevents bacteria form attaching itself to the back of your mouth, where it can later enter your ear and set off an infection.


Note:  Too much noise can cause hearing loss, but vitamin A can protect your hearing.