If you suffer from tinnitus, you know how frustrating and even debilitating it can be. That ringing in your ears can prevent you from getting a good night’s sleep, concentrating at work, and enjoying time with your family and friends.

While there is no cure for tinnitus, there are things you can do to manage the symptoms and make them more bearable. One of those things is exercise. However, while some people believe that exercise can help with tinnitus, others think that it might make it worse. In this blog post, we will take a look at the research on this topic and try to answer the question once and for all.

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What is tinnitus and what causes it?

Tinnitus is a condition that affects millions of people all over the world. It is characterized by a ringing, buzzing, or hissing noise that only the person with tinnitus can hear.

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The Series 8 Apple Watch will feature a temperature sensor that can help keep track of ovulation and other health data. (CNBC)

However, the Apple Watch’s fertility tracking feature may not be the best form of birth control. (The Verge)


After the overturning of Roe v. Wade, medical care for pregnant women with cancer has become far more complicated in certain states. (New York Times)

Concerned over what the Supreme Court might overturn next, the House passed a bill protecting access to birth control. (Axios)


Acupuncture may help to relieve low back and pelvic pain during pregnancy

How long to wait after miscarriage? No increased risk for adverse pregnancy outcomes in pregnancies conceived within 3 months vs. 6 to 11 months after miscarriage or abortion. (PLOS Medicine).

Among women with a previous cesarean section, those who underwent vaginal delivery after cesarean (VBAC) were more likely

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Alternative medicine therapies are becoming more and more popular as people seek a more natural way to support their health and wellbeing or manage some health condition. Negative ion therapy is one of those approaches. This therapy is popular among famous people too, like Novak Djokovic.

If the idea of negative ion therapy seems unclear and you’re not sure what’s it about or whether it works, to begin with, this post is for you. Read on to learn more about negative ion therapy. 

What Are Negative Ions?

Negative ions are molecules that have been charged with electricity and they float in the air or atmosphere. While these biologically active tiny particles are a part of our environment we can’t really see them due to their microscopic size. Just like we can’t see hydrogen peroxide, which also occurs in the air naturally!

In the environment, negative ions are found in many

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