Is There a Connection Between Migraines and Tinnitus?

 Are you a 41-year-old mom with weekly debilitating migraines and four kids? Then this blog post is for you! If you’ve ever wondered if there is any connection between your frequent migraines and tinnitus, wonder no more! Let’s take a closer look at the link between the two. 

Migraine Symptoms Vs. Tinnitus Symptoms 
Migraines are known to cause a variety of symptoms, including nausea, dizziness, sensitivity to light and sound, and even vision disturbances. Tinnitus can also be accompanied by dizziness as well as hearing loss. It’s not uncommon for people to experience both tinnitus and migraine symptoms simultaneously. 

The Link Between the Two Conditions 
While research has yet to uncover an exact cause of either condition, there is evidence that suggests that the two could be related. According to recent studies conducted by neurologists in the UK, around 60% of people who suffer from frequent migraines also suffer from tinnitus. This suggests that there may be an underlying neurological issue that affects both conditions. In addition, some experts believe that certain medications used to treat migraines may contribute to hearing problems such as tinnitus. 

Treating Both Conditions Together 
It’s important to remember that while there is evidence suggesting a link between migraines and tinnitus, it does not mean that one causes the other. In order to determine whether or not they are connected on an individual basis, it is best to consult with your doctor about possible treatments for both conditions concurrently. There are many natural remedies available for treating both migraine headaches and tinnitus such as diet changes, lifestyle modifications, herbs and supplements - all of which can help reduce symptoms associated with each condition. Additionally, seeking treatment from a qualified holistic health practitioner can help identify any underlying issues contributing to either condition as well as develop an appropriate treatment plan tailored specifically for you!  

We now know there may be some connection between migraine headaches and tinnitus—but further research needs to be done in order understand exactly how they are related on an individual case-by-case basis. In the meantime however, if you suffer from both conditions it's important to talk with your healthcare provider about possible treatments options available so you can find relief from both conditions simultaneously! With proper medical care combined with natural remedies such as diet changes or lifestyle modifications - relief from both conditions can be found in no time!

Oh, by the way, I went from 16 to 24 migraine days a month to less than 1-1/2 per month, and I share exactly how I did it in this blog post:  Migraine Regimen.  And you're welcome to join our encouraging Facebook community of moms who are going from Debilitated to Liberated!  Click Here


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