Does Headache Medication Help Cure Tinnitus? | Metro Hearing and Tinnitus Treatment Centre

There has been a lot of bad information going around about how acetaminophen (Tylenol) and Naproxen (Aleve) can help with tinnitus. In this article I am going to evaluate just how effective these common medications are at curing the problem of tinnitus.

If you suffer from tinnitus then you already know how debilitating of a condition that it can be. Often times tinnitus sufferers will even go as far as having suicidal thoughts, because they simply cannot stand the constant ringing in your ears. I hop that your condition is not this bad, but regardless of the situation I am going to shed some light on the subject of tinnitus and also tell you about a natural cure that is not junk, but actually works.

Many people have tried or will try Tylenol, Aleve, or some other common medication in order to treat their tinnitus, even though that is not what the medication is designed for. I know of several people that have used this method with hopes of stopping their tinnitus, but it simply does not work. These medication are designed to prevent pain from headaches and body aches, and the causes of tinnitus cannot be treated with these over the counter medications.

Now, these medications can provide temporary relief in some instances, but more often than not you are just masking a problem that will not go away. However, if you are a tinnitus sufferer you do have hope, because a lot of cutting edge research is showing that natural cures for tinnitus may actually be much more effective than any recent medical findings.

Source by John Tellano

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