Ears, Hearing & Tinnitus

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    Ears, Hearing & Tinnitus

    We can lose our hearing for a number of reasons. An infection or toxins in the body can cause inflammation, which results in a change of pressure in the inner ear. This chronic issue can lead to what is commonly known as tinnitus or ringing in the ear. Hearing represents one of our six senses. When we begin to lose the ability to hear life's natural tunes, we begin to feel disconnected, disoriented, dizzy, or perhaps feel 'up to the ears.'

    Hearing less can also be an unconscious pattern of 'not wanting to hear or listen' to someone or to the music of the spheres.

    The sensitive cells of the inner ear respond to the overall health of our body. When the body is in a state of 'constant inflammation response' we begin to experience hearing loss (cell oxidation by free radicals).

    Dr. Elef Karkalis, M.D., of Oppenheim, Germany, states that early symptoms of palladium overexposure are chronic fatigue, allergies, headaches, lymph node swelling and immune weakness. More advanced toxicity can give rise to bronchitis, muscle and joint pain, memory loss, digestive and nervous disorders, weight loss, chronic sinusitis and tinnitus, excessive sweating, neuralgia, facial paralysis, depression, sleeping disorders and muscle weakness.

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