Sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL)?

One day you wake up to find that you suddenly can’t hear than you may experiencing sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL) or called sudden deafness. Some times the hearing loss develops only in one ear over 72 hours or less. This kind of hearing loss can happen 30 to 60 year old people often with dizziness. Sudden hearing loss may be a sign of several serious conditions such as Meniere’s disease and acoustic neuinner ear disease (AIED), an inflammatory ear disorder in that immune system mistakenly attacks to it’s own inner ear cells. It may also point to serious autonomic systemic disorders, multiple sclerosis, bacterial or viral infection or tumor in the brain. Treatment: Go to the doctor and stop consuming sugar and sugar products, drink 8 to 10 crystal lean fresh water, take multi-vitamin & multi-minerals.

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