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From: D. Garrett
To: ozonetherapy@onelist.com
Date: Friday, August 13, 1999 8:57 AM
Subject: Re: [ozonetherapy] Re ear ringing

From: djg77@w... (D. Garrett)

is there any chance that ozone can help tinnitus?

" sliding down the razorblade of life"
regards,
Dennis :-)


From: "Saul Pressman"
Date: Fri Aug 13, 1999 7:28 pm
Subject: Re: Re ear ringing

Dear Dennis,

Tinnitus can be caused by many things - candida, injury to the cilia in the cochlea, perforated eardrum, nerve damage, bacterial infection, viruses, etc..

We have had good success with ozone ear insufflation. In one case, the eardrum regrew after being perforated for 30 years.

Best of Health
Saul Pressman
http://www.plasmafire.com


From: "Tricia Hayes" rhayes@...
Date: Sat Feb 12, 2005 1:37 pm
Subject: Re: [ozonetherapy] tinnitus and ozone

Dear Dr. Saul,

For tinnitus I assume you recommend ear insufflation...is that right?

For how long and how frequently?

You mention that tinnitus usually requires nerve regrowth. Can you say what causes tinnitus?

You also mention that healing with ozone therapy is a slow process. Can you say how long it might typically take?

I've had tinnitus for years.

As always, thanks for your help,

Roger


Dear Roger,

Tinnitus may be due to candida in the middle ear; nerve damage; bacteria; arteriosclerosis; high blood pressure; allergies or drugs.

Treatment consists of ear insufflation daily for 5 minutes per ear at 1/32 l/m for two weeks; increasing to ten minutes per ear for another two weeks; increasing to 15 minutes per ear and maintaining at that level. Concentration of ozone should be anywhere from 30 ug/ml to 60 ug/ml.

Best of health!
Dr. Saul Pressman
http://www.plasmafire.com


Message: 4
Date: Thu, 25 Aug 2005 01:21:50 -0000
From: "li1dreamer625"
Subject: Tinnitus

Dear Saul and Group:

I have your ozone equipment and was wondering if it would be helpful to my brother-in-law who has progressively worsening Tinnitus. He has seen two doctors that say he has damage to the "cilia" or tiny hairs inside the ear and that is the cause. This condition is agonizing to him. They gave him an oral steroid pack and said that is all that can be done.

Will ozone help and if so - how often and at what flow rate on the oxygen concentrator? Also - how long should it take before he experiences improvement? Any other suggestions of anything that may help?

Thanks Much!
-Tami


Dear Tami,

He should do daily ear insufflation at .05 l/m (the slowest flow rate) for 15 minutes per ear. Over a period of weeks, the cilia will regrow and his tinnitus will fade.

Best of Health!
Dr. Saul Pressman

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