Regular ringing in the ears or tinnitus can be a sign of a serious health problem. The Express writes about this with reference to the data of American researchers.
So, scientists have found that a regular ringing in the ears indicates a lack of vitamin B12 in the body, which is not only responsible for the work of the nervous system, but also participates in the production of erythrocytes and DNA.
In addition, B12 is also required for the production of myelin, the protective and insulating sheath that surrounds nerves. Lack of vitamin A leads to poor communication between nerves, which can contribute to tinnitus.
Scientists noted that B12 deficiency can also cause not only ringing in the ears, but tingling and numbness in the arms and legs, muscle weakness and loss of reflexes.
Tinnitus is ringing in the ears without external acoustic stimulus, which patients may describe as hum, hiss, whistles, or chirping of grasshoppers. There is no cure for this disease, but conservative methods of treatment are used: drug therapy, physiotherapy, reflexology and hearing aids.
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