Suffering from ringing in the ears? Want Dr. Oz’s take on tinnitus? We’ve got two videos below on tinnitus questions asked by audience members on the “Dr. Oz” show:
Tinnitus has no cure, but researchers are getting close! Consult your doctor for advice on tinnitus treatment, and make sure you are getting adequate B12 vitamin in your diet. B12 aids with brain function and blood formation, as well as cell metabolism and DNA synthesis. If someone is deficient, it makes them more prone to noise-damage in the ear when exposed to loud noises. You can find B12 in foods such as eggs, fish, milk, and poultry. If you are vegetarian or vegan, nutritional yeast is a good source. As we age, it becomes harder to absorb b12, and you may need to ask for B12 shots from your doctor. Some are so deficient in B12 that they need weekly injections into their muscles.
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