Tinnitus is defined as hearing a sound or more popular “ringing in the ears” in the absence of external sounds. Tinnitus is not a disease in itself but a common symptom, and because it involves the perception of sounds, it is commonly associated with the hearing system. In fact, various parts of the hearing system, including the inner ear, are often responsible for this symptom. It is relatively easy to associate the symptom of tinnitus with specific problems affecting the hearing system. Most tinnitus is pulsatile tinnitus, where no cause can be identified aside from hearing loss and which appears to follow a rhythm such as your heart beat. Secondary tinnitus is associated with a specific underlying cause that may be treatable.
Ringing in ears or head noises had been experienced by over 50 million Americans, which is the perception of sound without an external source being present. About one in five people with tinnitus have bothersome tinnitus, which distresses them and negatively affects their quality of life and/or functional health status. Those individuals with persistent and bothersome tinnitus will often seek tinnitus treatment. Tinnitus may be an intermittent or continuous sound in one or both ears. Its pitch can go from a low roar to a high squeal or whine or it can have many sounds. Persistent tinnitus is tinnitus that lasts more than six months.
Ear Infection problems cause hearing problems which can also cause tinnitus. These include common entities such as middle ear infection and uncommon ones such as otosclerosis, which hardens the tiny ear bones or ossicles. Another, rare, cause of tinnitus from the middle ear that does not result in hearing loss is muscle spasms of one of the two tiny muscles in the ear. In this case, the tinnitus can be intermittent and at times, the examiner can also hear the sounds.
The Tinnitus Remedy Program was created by Ian McCall, being now available in the form of an eBook. Ian actually is a former tinnitus patient, so the author of this method perfectly understands patients and their struggle on the way to cure this condition. Moreover, Ian underwent numerous treatments with the purpose to find an effective way to overcome tinnitus, but none of these methods turned out being efficient. That was the moment when Ian made the decision to start his own research with the purpose to finally cure tinnitus. The formula he found will offer symptoms relief in 7 days, while patients will overcome tinnitus in 30 to 60 days.
This Hearing Aid will show individuals which suffer from tinnitus issues how to be tinnitus-free in just 2 months without therapies, surgery or drugs. By using a unique 3-step method, they won’t experience ringing in their ears ever again. Sufferers health, productivity and relationships will improve and they will feel relaxed, calm and rejuvenated again.
Tinnitus Remedy eBook has 250 pages of information about tinnitus, including its causes, symptoms, natural cure methods and a step-by-step holistic cure. Users will also learn about the best anti-tinnitus foods, the truth about conventional tinnitus treatments, a powerful homeopathic herb, a helpful natural vitamin supplement, facts about the relation of tinnitus and the emotional brain, breathing strategies that can help fight tinnitus and much more. No matter what tinnitus condition they have, Tinnitus Remedy will help users find relief.
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