What’s that sound? Why won’t it go away?
Tinnitus, commonly known as “ringing in the ears” and the perception of sound where no external source of sound is present, is a surprisingly common affliction. You may not know that complementary medicine offers treatment options for this condition, including herbs. Furthermore, Traditional Chinese Medicine recognizes four different types of tinnitus with four different herbal formulas matched to each specific type.
This month, I am pleased to feature a blog post by East West grad and teacher Holly Hutton, who outlines several herbal treatment options for tinnitus, along with diet and lifestyle suggestions.
Go to Holly’s post, “Tinnitus-Ringing in the Ear, Treatment Options From Many Traditions” for a clear elucidation of the complementary approach to this common condition.