Tinnitus is characterized by a buzzing or ringing or other noises in the ears or head. It is not a disease itself, by a characteristic of something else that is going on in that area. If it is a symptom of a more serious condition, the noise can also be accompanied by hearing loss and dizziness. Most people with tinnitus have some degree of hearing loss, even if small. Causes of tinnitus are varied. Causes usually include ear infection, side effect of medication, loud noise, blockage in the ear, hearing loss, problem in one of the three areas of the ear or abnormalities in the brain, or another more serious disease. There is no cure for tinnitus but there are effective medications, including hearing aids, sound generators, cochlear implants, antianxiety and antidepressant medication, and medical marijuana used as an antiepileptic medication.
Best method of ingestion for this condition:
Medical marijuana has been shown to reduce the symptoms of tinnitus in some users but has also been shown to exacerbate the condition in other users. For this reason, it is important to be careful when using this medication for tinnitus. Many users prefer smoking or vaporizing marijuana for this condition, because it provides the most immediate relief. However, many users are careful to not inhale too much because getting too high might aggravate their tinnitus.
Every person responds differently to using marijuana for relief from tinnitus. Some prefer smoking stronger indica strains to help them go to sleep, and others prefer to lightly smoke or vaporize sativa weed to relieve the pain but still keep focused. There is still much debate and research being done on how effective marijuana is for people with tinnitus, and what the best methods of ingestion are when treating tinnitus.