Tinnitus and blood pressure?

I recently ran out of blood pressure medication. My insurance company will only pay for meds when you order it through their mail order system. :frowning: Hopefully, it will be here in a day or so.

My tinnitus problem seems to be worse without the medication. Is this possible?

Do any of you know of something like a herbal medication or over the counter solution I could use until the real medication arrives?

Thank you,

Going off your blood pressure medication will (for obvious reasons) result in your blood pressure going up. Tinnitus is known for presenting with high blood pressure, so it should return to normal once you resume your meds.

Gosh, I never realized that. Makes a lot of sense though.

Tinnitus is a blight on the lives of millions, and any new solutions that may offer hope for tinnitus sufferers is both exciting and warmly welcomed.
Millions of Americans may have the Tinnitus condition so severely that it interferes with their quality of life.
You can experience all-natural homeopathic relief of the annoying ringing and constant distraction of Tinnitus with Tinnitus Control-just two sprays under the tongue up to three times a day can help reduce your symptoms safely! Homeopathy is a very unique system of medicine because the ingredients are used at levels generally understood to be non-toxic, with no negative side effects, and is based on the basic notion that like cures like.

The use of homeopathic ingredients for particular conditions is based on ā€œhomeopathic provingsā€ and observation throughout time that are recorded in the Homeopathic literature, including the pre-eminant "A Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica by John Henry Clarke, which we relied heavily on in developing our formulation. A discussion of the homeopathic conditions of use for the ingredients found in Tinnitus Control is found below. We have also included as a bonus. Our Ear Health dietary supplement to support the overall health of your ears.
Tinnitus is defined as a constant noise or ringing in the ears. A common problem, tinnitus affects about one in five people. It is most often caused by age-related hearing loss, ear injury or a circulatory system disorder.

Tinnitus is usually caused by constant exposure to loud noise. This loud noise permanently damages many of the small inner cells of the ear. When these cells are damaged, they produce the dull ringing in the ears called Tinnitus. Around 90% of people afflicted with Tinnitus suffer from the condition as a result of noise-induced hearing loss. This includes exposure to loud music, construction noise, and even hair dryers that produce the damage that causes Tinnitus.
With Tinnitus Control you can experience homeopathic relief from the symptoms caused by Tinnitus.