Ein Pfeifen im Ohr macht noch keinen Tinnitus, doch wenn das Geräusch täglich und dauerhaft da ist, dann nennt man das in der Medizinersprache wohl Tinnitus. So jetzt hats mich wirklich selbst erwischt. Ich hab ein dauerhaftes Piepen im Ohr. … Weiterlesen →
Tinnitus tritt meistens erst ab 50 verstärkt in Erscheinung. Gut, auch in den Zwanzigern hat man manchmal Ohrensausen, aber das geht meist schnell wieder weg und ist oft eine Folge von Lärmeinwirkung durch laute Musik, Silvesterknaller oder eine Krankheit wie zum Beispiel eine richtig dolle Erkältung.
Jetzt habe ich eben gelesen, daß sogar schon 15 Prozent unserer Kinder den Tinnitus kennengelernt haben ( Quelle: http://www.presseportal.de).
Have you been suffering from tinnitus for some time now? If you have, you must know how painful and frustrating all those noises in the ear can be. They can strike anytime in the day, and can become worse in the night. You would probably give anything to get some relief. But that’s of course easier said than done. The remedies suggested by the physician can give some relief. But the noises always come back.
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CrossFit is a strength and conditioning program that helps people achieve their maximum fitness potential. CrossFit is defined as “Constantly varied functional movements preformed at high intensity.”. It helps any one wanting to become a fitter them, whether you are just starting your journey in health and fitness or you have been working out for multiple years. The program is the exact same for those competing in the sport of CrossFit or those who just want to improve on personal fitness.
On the second floor of a nondescript Minneapolis office complex, an NFL player, an amateur swimmer and a grandmother do five minute wall sits as trainer Tram Holloway zaps them with electricity and laughs.
In the adjoining room, Branden Johnson guides clients into the “cryosauna” — to be frozen to -265 degrees Fahrenheit in liquid nitrogen vapor for up to three minutes.
Johnson, 33, a former minor-league basketball player, founded and owns The Locker, located at 3260 W. Lake St. near Lake Calhoun. Holloway handles what he calls “energetic resonance training.”
If you experience dizziness (also referred to as vertigo), this off-balance sensation can place you in an unsure frame of mind, not to mention put your safety at risk.
The latin origin of the word ‘vertigo is “a whirling round.” Vertigo is observed in a number of diseases and causes dizziness and a loss of balance. It can also cause confusion, nausea, lightheadedness, and the feeling of being pulled downward.
Although the cause is often unknown in many cases, problems involving the inner ear are a common cause of vertigo. In addition to a head injury, migraines and lengthy period of bedrest, other contributing factors include: • Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV; a mechanical inner-ear disorder) • Meniere’s disease (a progressive ear disease) • Vestibular neuritis (inflammation of the vestibulocochlear nerve) • Labyrinthitis (a condition caused by inner ear infection) • TMJ (jaw joint) disorder