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Tinnitis linked to vitamin deficiency.

I was talking to a fellow who comes to my yoga class on Monday evenings and who is very familar with homeopathy and was telling me that tinnitis could be very well linked to a vitamin K deficiency, has anyone ever heard of this?
Also, I have tinnitis in both ears, I have this chronic hissing noise which is very annoying at times plus at times, I get a pinging sound in either ear that only lasts a second or two and goes away. Can anyone recommend a remedy for this. I have looked on the internet on my private search engine and found only homeopathic ear drops that can be purchased in my local drug stores, one of which is ear stop. If you could recommend a particular ear drop, that would be great as I take quite a few supplements already. Any advice would be very helpful here, cause I would like to get started on some sort of natural remedy that will decrease this noise in my ears. Thank You and take care.

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  beacheagle on 2012-05-22
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i have not heard of the vitamin k deficiency before but in my experience there is a definate link to blood pressure - u should get yours checked. do you have water retention or swelling in ankles ? do your soles ever feel very hot ? do you have any warts or moles on your body ?
santinosharma last decade

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