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Why Do I Experience Ringing In My Ears?

This post answers questions for The Council from a reader named, Janet.

Janet: Why do I have ringing in my ears? Is it from a viral source, or is it something else?

Council: We see that you need to work on your temporomandibular joint (TMJ) [connects the jaw to your skull]. That affects the ringing in the ears. You can use a lot of massage work and some Chiropractic work, if you can do that for a little while. It seems there are many nerves that are involved with this and they are inflamed, not only physically, but with your thoughts.

In addition to the massage and Chiropractic work, we also recommend doing our chakra meditation for all seven chakras every other day. This will help your hearing. The cause of the ringing is both physical and mental. It’s the thinking and the physical instructions to calm down and free up the nerves that are in the TMJ. Every emotion you experience goes through the TMJ and yours is very overworked.

We feel if you do this, you’ll find the relief you’re looking for.

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July 20, 2022 - Posted by | Questions & Answers | , , , , , , , , ,

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