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Tinnitus, vitamin B12, ringing in the ears, page 1 of 3

By Dr. Stan Helmsletter

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How do you stop tinnitus (ringing in the ears)? The answer is, you need to increase your intake of foods that are rich in vitamin B12. Or, alternatively, you need to take vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) supplements. (1) (2) (3)

Medical doctors

As to your tinnitus (ringing in the ears), if you ask medical doctors, and or the American Tinnitus Association, they will be negative. They will tell you that many drugs have been researched and studied, but they...
  • Don't have any treatment for you; and
  • Don't have any drug for you that cures your tinnitus.
However, as explained here, we already know that...
  • MDs are usually ignorant. In part because they ignore natural therapies. And in part because they often don't keep up with scientific research.

  • MDs can't make any money by recommending natural therapies. They don't help you at all because they're more interested in making money than helping you.
The followings are the three best and most valuable scientific studies that MDs don't know about and never tell you about:

Scientific study #1

This study used subjects with subjective tinnitus and those without it. Plasma levels of melatonin, vitamin C and vitamin B12 were determined, using high performance liquid chromatography, and correlation was determined by comparing subjects with and without tinnitus.

Of 139 elderly subjects there were 78 females and 61 males. The mean (SD) range of the age was 60-98 years. Of these 58.3% had tinnitus. The mean (SD) range of the plasma levels of melatoninn was 11.2 pg/mL (4.2) 5.1 pg/mL - 30.2 pg/mL, while that of vitamin C was 0.7 mcmol/L (0.1) 0.3 mcmol/L - 1.2 mcmol/L, wile that of vitamin B12 was 43.0 pmol/L (3.1) 25.4 pmol/L - 71.6 pmol/L.

The plasma levels of melatonin (p=0.01) and vitamin B12 (p=0.03) were significantly lower among the elderly subjects with tinnitus, as opposed to those without the tinnitus, while there was no difference in the plasma levels of vitamin C (p=0.6).

The scientists concluded that as to the low plasma levels of melatonin and vitamin B12, there were significant correlations with the development of subjective idiopathic tinnitus. These findings suggested the need for a trial to correct these markers in the reversal and control of tinnitus. (1) ...More >>

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