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1 NUTRIENT THAT CAN FIX TINNITUS - Dr Alan Mandell, DC. 16x9 - Head Noise: Stop your ears ringing. Tinnitus: Ringing in the Brain. Auditory Integration Training. Technical Report Working Group in AIT About this Document: This technical report was prepared by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Working Group on Auditory Integration Training and was adopted by the ASHA Executive Board in March 2003.
It supersedes the technical report, “Auditory Integration Training,” 1994. Members of the Working Group were Anne Marie Tharpe (chair), Candace Bourland-Hicks, Judy Gravel, Jane Madell, Maurice H. Miller (coordinating committee member), and Gail Linn (ex officio). Table of Contents Over the past decade, audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and others have debated the contribution of auditory integration training (AIT), also known as auditory enhancement training and audio-psycho-phonology (ASHA, 1994; Friel-Patti, 1994; Gravel, 1994; Miller & Lucker, 1997; Rimland & Edelson, 1994; Veale, 1994). Almost 10 years have passed since the writing of that report. AIT Methodology Treatment Candidacy Equipment. In 2 Worlds: Ear Tones/Ringings. Updated April 16, 2016.
Inspired by an email I just received from a reader concerning her view that ear tones correlate with monitoring, I realized this write up could use a few more anecdotes that clearly show this aspect of ear tones in action, since I agree with her on this. (there are multiple things going on with ear tones, monitoring being only one of several.)
This article has been up for years, I realize….but….better late than never, I guess to add more anecdotes. Updated August 28, 2012. Couple of minor changes/edits/clean ups throughout the article… Updated February 18, 2011. Ear Candling: A Fool Proof Method, or Proof of Foolish Methods? Heather L. Shenk Jess Dancer Medical & Surgical Miscellaneous 1010. Ear candling has been acclaimed as a treatment for almost every ailment of the ears, head, and - the entire body, depending on the source.
In this article, we'll explore the history, the claims and the facts related to ear candling. History: Although ear candling appears to date back to ancient cultures, the exact history is rather obscure. Drugs that can cause hearing loss and tinnitus. (NaturalHealth365) From the common aspirin to chemotherapy, the medications used to treat a variety of conditions may actually be causing hearing loss and balance problems for the patient taking them, adding to concerns over whether certain medications may do more harm than good.
Unfortunately, according to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, by the time hearing damage caused by these drugs is realized, it can be too late to avoid permanent damage. In fact, more than 200 prescription and over-the-counter medications used routinely today to treat everything from pain and serious infections to cancer and heart disease carry a strong likelihood of causing lasting, and often permanent, ear damage, according to the Association’s spokespersons. These drugs are known collectively as ototoxic medications – which literally means “ear poisoning.” Supplementing with vitamin B3 precursor helps prevent hearing loss. (NaturalNews) A chemical precursor to vitamin B3 may help prevent the hearing loss caused by exposure to loud noises, according to a study conducted by researchers from Weill Cornell Medical College and the Gladstone Institutes and published in the journal Cell Metabolism.
"One of the major limitations in managing disorders of the inner ear, including hearing loss, is there are a very limited number of treatments options," said first author Kevin Brown, MD, PhD, who is now at the University of North Carolina. "This discovery identifies a unique pathway and a potential drug therapy to treat noise-induced hearing loss. " The vitamin B3 precursor, known as nicotinamide riboside (NR), increases the activity of a protein that not only protects against hearing loss but may also help prevent a wide variety of age-related disorders. The study was funded by Weill Cornell, the Gladstone Institutes, the New York State Department of Health Spinal Cord Injury Fund and the National Institutes of Health.