Feb 7

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Why Is Tinnitus Miracle The Best Selling Tinnitus Cure Book In Internet History, With Thousands Of Satisfied (And Now Proud Mothers) Men and Women In 127 Countries Worldwide?

Tinnitus Miracle is the #1 best selling tinnitus Cure ebook in the history of the Internet for a reason…

Thousands of men and women of almost every age have completely reversed any tinnitus issues they had and got rid of the ringing sounds in their ears naturally, without drugs, risky surgery or “magic potions” simply by using the clinically proven, scientifically-accurate step by step method found inside this amazing Tinnitus guidebook.

Thomas Coleman, a certified nutritionist, health consultant and author has not just pumped out yet another “Tinnitus program” into an already over-saturated market. Thomas’s Tinnitus Miracle can be more accurately described as an “Tinnitus Bible.” It is quite simply one of the most comprehensive, complete, and precise guides to tinnitus freedom you will ever read. What makes it so much different than other Tinnitus publications on the market?

Well first of all, it’s not just a “tinnitus help” program, it’s an tinnitus cure program. This may seem like semantics or wordplay at first, but once you’ve read just the first chapters, there will be no doubt in your mind that pursuing “help with your Tinnitus” is not only the wrong goal, it may be the reason that you’ve failed to get rid of the ringing sounds in your ears until now. tinnitus Miracle shows you exactly why you should fix the internal problem that’s hindering your chances of getting rid of the tormenting sounds in your ears  and then goes on to show you exactly how to do it.

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Secondly, what makes Tinnitus Miracle different is the amount of attention that is paid to each and every element required to get rid of the  sounds in your ears the natural way. Tinnitus Miracle not only thoroughly discusses the lies, myths and fallacies surrounding a very confusing subject, it is simply the most detailed book about Tinnitus and holistic health ever written.

The Tinnitus Miracle book is quite extensive (250 pages of rock solid content) which focuses on 100% natural method for getting rid of the sounds in your ears quickly. That means there aren’t recommendations for harsh prescription drugs, white noise, or surgeries with nasty side effects. In Tinnitus Miracle core formula section (The 3 step system) – Nothing is held back. In this section, Thomas gives a detailed overview of each step, and then dives into the specifics in a perfect chronological order. There are also outstanding charts and checklists which make it very easy to know where you are at in the program and follow it.

Because the Tinnitus Miracle program is not a quick fix ‘fairy tale’ cure but a complete holistic solution aimed at eliminating the root cause of tinnitus problems(regardless of your age) and ensure your will get rid of the sounds in your ears quickly, it does take work and persistence to complete. “The dictionary is the only place success comes before work” says Thomas, as he emphasizes the “no quick fix” philosophy behind the entire book.

If there is any drawback to the Tinnitus Miracle ebook, it’s that it contains so much information, that some readers may find it a bit overwhelming. Those who are looking for a quick start type of Tinnitus program, might be a bit intimated at first. The good part however, is that even these types of readers can feel confident and assured that it will be worth the effort because this will literally be the last book they ever have to buy on the subject.

Who will benefit most from Tinnitus Miracle?

In the broadest sense, anyone and everyone who wants to get rid of the  sounds in their ears naturally and regain their natural inner balance will benefit from Tinnitus Miracle. This ebook is honestly for everyone. Even people without tinnitus issues. This is a total health rejuvenation program better than 98% of the nutrition and alternative health books on the market.

In terms of graphic design, Tinnitus Miracle is a clean and professionally formatted PDF e-book. It is well organized and ideal for printing and reading in the comfort of your own home.

This impressive and unique publication has changed many lives and the hundreds of inspiring testimonials and success stories are found on the Tinnitus Miracle website archives as proof.

The Bottom line?

Anyone looking for a quick fix solution to getting rid of the sounds in their ears, anyone looking to be told fairy-tales, and anyone looking for a “magic bullet”, pills, over the counters, ‘cure tinnitus in 2 weeks’ hyped up programs should not waste his or her time with Tinnitus Miracle.

On the other hand, anyone searching for the truth about Tinnitus and alternative health and who is ready and willing to put in some work and make the lifestyle changes necessary to get rid of the  sounds in their ears fast will find Tinnitus Miracle to be one of the best investments they ever made in their lives. Click here to learn more about Thomas Coleman’s Tinnitus Miracle

Feb 7

For those who have visited Madison Square Garden in the New York City to hear Beethoven’s Symphony No.5 in C minor on a New Year’s Eve, the music must have remained with them for a few brief minutes even after it had stopped playing in the vast arena. Well, this is quite normal. Beethoven’s composition lingers long in the ears after the music has actually stopped. But if that continues till the next morning and persists thereafter that calls for a medical check up which will invariably diagnose it as a case of Tinnitus. And there is nothing outstanding or exceptional about it since millions of Americans suffer from Tinnitus and they keep suffering since no cure for tinnitus has yet been found.

 

Even though the word has been derived from the Latin expression tinnitus, which means ‘ringing’, the sound heard by the affected person vary a lot. It may range from hissing, whooshing, ticking, clicking to humming, droning, whining and buzzing. In short, it is enough to drive a person crazy, looking for relief from pillar to post.

 

What is Tinnitus and what are its various types?

 

Clinically speaking, tinnitus represents any ringing or buzzing in the ear not resulting from an external stimulus. However, there are several forms of tinnitus, each one of them capable of thoroughly disrupting the life of the patient. There is subjective tinnitus where the ringing or the wheezing is heard by the patient alone and objective tinnitus in which the doctor can also hear the noise by using acoustic instruments. Some of these are unilateral (can be heard in one ear) or bilateral where it is heard in both the ears. Persons suffering from Pulsatile Tinnitus can hear their own heartbeats while Somatic Tinnitus resonances lie outside the ear, probably beyond the cochlear nerves and is believed to arise from central crosstalk within the grey matters. Chronic Sinusitis Tinnitus could be a nasty customer, being caused by thickened mucus trapped within the middle ear space from which it is difficult to drain the mucus out.

 

Here are some of the underlying causes of tinnitus…

 

  1. Atherosclerotic Carotid Artery Disease in which the arteries become narrowed due to heavy cholesterol buildup that result in uneven blood flow to the head and neck area. This gives rise to agonizing heartbeat sounds that can be heard in the ears of the tinnitus patient. Mostly associated with elderly patients having history of diabetes, hypertension, angina pectoris as well as persistent high blood pressure.
  2. Benign Intracranial hypertension may also cause Tinnitus (Pulsatile?). This is exemplified by heightened pressure in the cerebrospinal fluid that covers the brain. Usual victims are young obese females.
  3. Damaged nerve, particularly the nerve that runs between the brain and the ear.
  4. Glomus tumor that consists of bunches of tissues and entangled blood vessels in the ear or the immediate surrounding area can become a cause of tinnitus. Young people often opt for surgical help while surgery is not recommended for the elderly as these tumors are extremely slow in growth.
  5. Intracranial vascular lesion often causes tinnitus of aneurism and arteri-venous malformation or deformity that is usually typified by abnormal or irregular connection between the artery and the vein. This often results in arterial blood entering straight into the vein without going through the capillaries. The situation, as may be appreciated is rather grave, not only resulting in Tinnitus but also turning towards hemorrhage in the brain causing fatal consequences.
  6. Middle ear effusion generally causes Pulsatile Tinnitus in middle aged patients. Accumulation of excess fluid in the middle ear due to inflammation in the Eustachian tubes causing blockage of the escape route and infection in the middle ear and further collection f fluid there gives rise unusual noise in the ear resembling pulse beats.
  7. Meniere’s Disease is one of the commonest causes of tinnitus. It is related to a host of inner ear disorders, believed to be triggered by nonconforming inner ear fluid pressure.
  8. In many cases, when so specific cause for tinnitus can be found after hearing tests are carried out, the blame can be put on depression and stress.
  9. Acoustic Neuroma that consists of a benign tumor is often found responsible for causing this disorder. It usually occurs on the cranial nerve that runs from the brain to the inner ear and interferes with controlling of balance, giving rise to vertigo and related complications. Also known as Vestibular Schwannoma, it affects only one ear in most cases.
  10. Incessant exposure to earsplitting noise is considered as the commonest cause for tinnitus.

 

Now that tinnitus have become a fully open book for anyone to take lesson from, it is time to see how best to cure it. Unfortunately that database is lying absolutely blank as no known conventional method of addressing the underlying causes of the disease condition has yet been found out. What actually happens is that, conventional treatments just treat the symptoms, without really finding out the root causes and thus, the symptoms often come back, as soon as the effect of the treatment wanes. The only way tinnitus can be tamed permanently is through a holistic regime that may involve total change of lifestyle and many others. Ask any sufferer, he/she will instantly agree to do so in exchange for a lifetime relief.

  

This article is based on the book, “tinnitus miracle” by Thomas Coleman. Thomas is an author, researcher, nutritionist and health consultant who dedicated his life to creating the ultimate Tinnitus solution guaranteed to permanently reverse the root of ear ringing and naturally and dramatically improve the overall quality of your life,  without the use prescription medication and without any surgical procedures. Learn more by visiting his website

Feb 7
  

 

 

Sad to say, but the fact remains that there is no sure fire cure for that undeviating ringing in the ears –the agonizing ailment that affects a great majority of Americans and is commonly known as tinnitus. However, the TV and the added media wouldn’t hear of it. They believe in beating the drums of sundry pharmaceutical agents, provoking the sufferer to go for OTC medications which alas have more harmful side-effects than any real relief. Frustrated sufferers who have heard of herbal remedies often seek respite from gingko bilboa or black cohosh, both said to improve blood circulation in the upper torso and thus provide relief. But these too can never cure the disorder, merely providing marginal relief. Since homeopathy has currently reappeared as one of the most effective alternate mode of treatment for many, tinnitus patients often rush for it in the hope of gaining genuine relief and when that fails too, the only way that is left is the good old home remedy to bank upon.

 

The trouble with over-the-counter medications, as earlier said, concerns its side effects that often prove disastrous in most cases. These include head reeling, nausea, acute constipation, exhaustion, vertigo, loss of control and may also lead to that unenviable corporeal vulnerability called the Irregular Bowel Syndrome. So far as other alternative treatment courses are concerned that include hypnosis and hyperbaric oxygen therapy, acupuncture or magnet therapy, the last word is frequently denoted by a zilch. 

 

Nevertheless, the home remedy for tinnitus could prove effective only if the causes could match its parameters. And for doing this one has to figure out what mostly causes tinnitus. The causative factors, nevertheless, could be a single issue or multiple trigger factors that give rise to tinnitus. For better understanding of the subject, a list of some of the significant factors is given below.

 

·          Consistent exposure to earsplitting noise occurring at missile test firing grounds, steel stamping or forging units, high power rifle shooting ranges or metal fabrication workshops frequently end up with tinnitus in single or both ears. Listening to high volume rock music for days on end has also caused tinnitus to many.

·          Inadequate blood supply in the upper torso on account of narrowing of blood vessels in that region due to cholesterol can also trigger tinnitus in people suffering from high blood. One of the most distinctive examples of this type of listening problem relates to pulsatile tinnitus where the patient can hear his/her own heartbeat.

·          Even certain types of food and drink like the grain-based alcohols, red wine, chocolates and cheeses can trigger tinnitus in many people who would never have suspected that unholy link between those innocuous consumables and tinnitus.

·          Some types of jawbone joint problems, especially Temporomandibular Jaw Joint problem, it has lately been found, can cause tinnitus in many patients.

·          Prolonged use of NSAIDs, cancer resisting therapies and some of the loop diuretics are known causes of tinnitus.

·          Tumors, non-cancerous growths or allergies near to the ears or occurring in principal blood vessels carrying blood to the head or neck region can trigger tinnitus in people who are susceptible to such conditions.

·          Tinnitus related hearing loss.

·          Microscopic ending damages that may happen to the nerves that is responsible for hearing.

·          When the bones in the middle portion of the ear hardens.

·          Middle ear infection that causes filling up of the space with fluid or discharge and even too much of ear wax buildup causes tinnitus in many cases.

 

Even though some Tinnitus Home Remedies are supposed to provide enduring relief to this distressing disorder, most sadly enough are nothing but voodoos. Yet for the sake of identification, some of these are listed below. These include:-

 

·          Much hyped gingko bilboa that is known to have that special trait to help rush blood and thus encourage better circulation in the head and neck region, lack of which triggers tinnitus is believed to provide relief to the disease condition in a more positive way. 

·          Bayberry bark, burdock root, hawthorn leaf, goldenseal and myrrh gum are some of the best known relief providers for tinnitus patients.  

·          Freshly cut pineapple rings that are believed to have inflammation reducing properties are thought to perk up the blood circulation in the head and neck region, thus relieving tinnitus symptoms. 

·          Coenzyme Q 10, taken at the rate of 300 mg per day can also improve the upper torso blood circulation by raising the immune system significantly which in turn would provide relief to tinnitus. 

·          A teaspoon of common salt mixed with the same quantity of glycerin and sprayed into the nose and throat is supposed to give respite to tinnitus suffers who are probably considered blessed or lucky. 

·          Raw garlic taken daily can also offer respite from tinnitus. 

 

Tinnitus Home remedies, can work effectively only when they function as a component of Holistic Remedies meant for curing tinnitus for good

 

No matter how much freshly cut pineapple rings one may consume or take concoctions of gingko or black cohosh on a daily or monthly basis, there will never arise any appreciable relief to tinnitus for the simple reason that none of these address the disease condition in any form whatsoever. What these actually do is to deaden the symptoms for a short while and as soon as the provisional therapy is withdrawn, quick marches the symptoms. Holistic remedies, on the other hand, treat the body as a whole, seldom bothering with the symptoms. Symptoms are mere manifestation of the disease condition and when this is permanently alienated from the body, symptoms die a natural death. Holistic remedies, as a matter of fact, go much below the surface in order to identify the root causes that have created the disorder and then specify the appropriate range of medications that may include change of food habits and if necessary, change of lifestyle, acupuncture, acupressure and aerobics. But one may do well to bear in mind that home remedies, whether herbal or otherwise will only work when they form a part of holistic remedies – seldom on their own.

 

 

 

 

This article is based on the book, “tinnitus miracle” by Thomas Coleman. Thomas is an author, researcher, nutritionist and health consultant who dedicated his life to creating the ultimate Tinnitus solution guaranteed to permanently reverse the root of ear ringing and naturally and dramatically improve the overall quality of your life,  without the use prescription medication and without any surgical procedures. Learn more by visiting his website. 

 

Feb 2

If you often hear some buzzing sounds in your ears, it is something that should look into. Chances are you might be experiencing Tinnitus. Tinnitus is commonly referred to as ‘ringing ears’ or ‘head noise’. To some people, it is known as ‘the club disease’ because some people experience a pulsing sound in their ears right after being exposed to loud sounds.

Emotional and physical stress can make tinnitus even worse. Loud noises can also infect the eardrums that may result to physical damage in the more sensitive areas of your inner ear. The nerves, cochlea and eardrums are parts of ear that should be taken care of and in worst cases, tinnitus can lead hearing loss.

The first thing you should do when you hear some whistling or hissing sounds in your ear is to consult your doctor. With proper medical attention, the root cause of tinnitus can be discovered. Tinnitus can be attributed to kidney malfunctions, high blood pressure and allergies. It can also be caused by emotional instability, drug intake and overexposure to loud noises.

There are a lot of things you can do to alleviate the ringing sounds in your ears. Proper diet can effectively lessen the risk of tinnitus. A doctor can give you professional advice on whether you should undergo medical or surgical treatment. In some unfortunate cases, the cause of tinnitus can never be pointed out. If this is the case then you can look for other alternatives to help you lessen the ‘ringing’ of your ears.

A lot of studies have been devoted on how to eliminate tinnitus. Hypnosis and relaxation therapy are some of the unconventional ways of treating this ailment. Drug and vitamin therapy can also be an option. More modern ways of treating tinnitus include biofeedback and electrical stimulation.

A tinnitus masker can be an effective tool in coping with tinnitus. Maskers are somewhat similar to hearing aides. They produce certain sounds that can disguise the annoying sounds of tinnitus. Most patients would rather hear something apart from what they hear inside their heads and maskers are giving off soothing sounds that can get your mind off the whistling sound of tinnitus.

To prevent tinnitus, try to stay away from loud noises as in concerts and clubs. Be extra careful on cleaning your ears as you may damage some sensitive parts of your inner ear. Life would never be as beautiful without good ears to hear. So at first sign of ringing in your ears, immediately head for your doctor for proper advice.

Jason Rickard
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Jan 26

Are you having a battle with tinnitus? It is like a buzzing or ringing bell in your ears or somewhere in your head that annoys you all the time. The sound varies from small nuisance for most people to severe irritation for others that can dominate their life and make it hard to do normal activities like sleeping, concentrating at work and understanding conversation. In severe cases some people even seek psychiatric help because the sound is like an internal siren that disturbs their peace of mind. It is important to learn how to end your battle with tinnitus and increase the quality of your life.

Researchers estimated that there are 36 million Americans who are suffering from tinnitus and around one percent to two percent of them have severe tinnitus enough to affect their everyday life. If you are one of these people it will be a great relief to know how to end your battle with tinnitus.

Here are some tips to end your battle with tinnitus:

Do not panic. The first thing you should do is be calm. You should know how to relax because stress could worsen your tinnitus. It is best to talk to people who can give you solid advice about tinnitus to keep your peace of mind and of course to know how to end your battle with tinnitus.

Know your triggers. Know what triggers your tinnitus and track when you usually have the ringing sound in your ears or head. You should also be aware if your job or the environment around you is triggering your tinnitus. These things will help you in knowing more about your problem and in seeking the best treatment for you.

Know the cause of your tinnitus. Tinnitus could be a symptom of hearing loss because most people with tinnitus also have hearing loss problems. Long exposure to noisy environment is another cause. It was reported that men are more likely to acquire tinnitus because most men work in noisy places like construction, mining and oil well drilling. Medicine can also cause ringing in the ears and if you are under medications you have to ask your doctor about it. Tinnitus could also be a symptom of other illnesses especially in the neck and head. There are many causes of tinnitus and you have to seek medical advice once you experienced tinnitus symptoms to get the right diagnosis and learn how to end your battle with tinnitus. Otalaryngologist and audiologist can help you find out why you have tinnitus.

Know the available treatment for you. There are a number of treatments available to help you end your battle with tinnitus. Hearing aid is one treatment for people who have tinnitus due to hearing loss. Masker is an electronic device that uses sound to make unwanted ringing sound in your ear less noticeable. It is important that you seek advice to know the treatment suitable for your condition to end your battle with tinnitus.

Natural remedies are another option if you are into natural treatment. Did you know that you can get rid of the ringing noise naturally in just a few minutes a day? To know how to end your battle with tinnitus naturally visit Cure for Tinnitus

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Gerry Restrivera
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Jan 5

Tinnitus is a symptom commonly found in elderly people but is not just restricted to the elderly. It can be found in any age group. It is believed that up to 10% of the population suffers from this condition to some degree or another.

Sufferers of Tinnitus complain that they can hear things that others can’t. Tinnitus can be found in one or both of the ears and it is not uncommon for patients to comment that the noises seem to be coming from the middle of their heads.

It is believed there are two different types of Tinnitus. Otic Tinnitus, which is caused by disorders of the inside of the ear and Somati Tinnitus, which is caused by damage outside of the ear but in the region of the head and neck.

The sounds heard can vary among patients. Some of the common sounds are musical tones, hissing, whistling, roaring, buzzing or ringing. While most people consider Tinnitus to be more of an inconvenience than anything else, in severe cases, some patients may need treatment to relieve the symptoms.

Tinnitus is caused by damage to the nerves in the inside of the ear. These nerves transmit electrical impulses to the brain that are then interpreted into everyday sounds. When the nerves are damaged the noises become distorted, causing the strange sounds that are heard by Tinnitus sufferers.

Causes of this condition are varied. Some of the common causes are loud environments, age, anemia and excessive earwax.

Menieres disease, which affects a person’s balance, can also include Tinnitus symptoms. For most patients suffering from Tinnitus there is no cure. However, there are treatments that can relieve the symptoms to make the condition easier to live with.

tinnitus is often related to stress. In many cases, tranquilizers, sedatives or antidepressants can ease the symptoms. For some wanting to avoid strong prescription medicines, there are some drug-free, natural alternatives. These alternatives can include listening to soothing music before bedtime or using a white noise generator to mask the noises being heard inside the patient’s head.

There are also preventative measures that can be taken to lessen the chances of getting Tinnitus. If ringing in the ears is ever heard after being in a loud environment that means that damage has being done. Loud noises such as these should be avoided as much as possible. If it is necessary to be in a loud environment, then preventative measures such as earplugs can be beneficial. Musicians and DJ’s often use special earplugs that will lower the volume yet won’t distort their music.

The best cure for Tinnitus is prevention. If care is taken to protect ears from damage, the chances of suffering from the condition later on is much less likely to occur.

Heather Colman
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