Tinnitus, hearing loss left – Diagnostic Chart

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Tinnitus, hearing loss left – Diagnostic Chart

Reduction of the hearing ability of the left ear.


Hearing conflict

Conflict of not wanting to hear something

  • for the right-handed person concerning mother or child
  • for the left-handed person concerning partner

Attention: This hearing conflict can also be territory related!


  • I don’t think I’m hearing right!
  • That can’t be true, what I heard there!

Hamer Focus:

HH temporo basal right

Active phase:

Tinnitus (hissing, buzzing, ringing, whistling). Hearing is not reduced!


Hearing loss. Edema in the inner ear and the cerebrum’s auditory center for that particular frequency. Hearing for the frequency in question is reduced.



Biological Sense:

Active phase

One does not want to hear an unpleasant thing. But one is warned when the same or similar situation recurs = tinnitus


Function failure

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