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Tinnitus, or persistent ear-ringing, is one of those really frustrating, stressful conditions that millions of people suffer from at some point in their lives. While we know some of the causes of tinnitus, a quick fix is unfortunately not available. Prescription medications are expensive and, many people feel, not worth the side effects they induce.

Whether your tinnitus is caused from the damage of loud sounds, a head injury, sinus problems, stress, fluid in the ear, or other such causes, you'll feel desperate to shut off the ringing sounds permanently. If you've been diagnosed with tinnitus by a doctor, you may have left the office shocked that very few products exist today for tinnitus and often the approach is to try and wait to see if it gets better on its own.

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5 stars
Tinnitus Control

TINNITUS CONTROLTopConsumerReviews.com Best-In-Class Blue Ribbon Award

Tinnitus control offers a powerful one-two punch for fighting tinnitus. An all-natural homeopathic spray is used to help alleviate the immediate symptoms of tinnitus, while an all-natural supplement is used to grow the health of the ears. The result is a solution that addresses both the short-term and the long-term needs of tinnitus sufferers.
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Tinnarex

TINNAREX

TinnaRex is a fast acting, safe and effective product for Tinnitus. Native Remedies, the makers of TinnaRex, provides natural and effective solutions for complete holistic health. They have over 250 remedies for many different health issues. TinnaRex comes with an exceptional 1-year money back guarantee. Read More... Visit
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Arches Tinnitus Formula

ARCHES TINNITUS FORMULA

Arches Natural Products provide a tinnitus product for those battling the condition. Two capsules are taken twice daily to aid in the relief. Arches Natural Products was co-founded by a man who suffered from Tinnitus for 35 years. There is a 90 day refund offered for any unopened products.
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Instead, many people are turning to natural products to improve or eliminate their tinnitus symptoms. Before you run to the local drug store or scour the internet to find a homeopathic tinnitus solution, you should consider the following:

  • Method of Use.  How do you apply the tinnitus product? How often must you administer the solution? Will that fit into your lifestyle?
  • Cost.  How do the prices of different tinnitus products compare? Are discounts offered on larger quantity purchases?
  • Return Policy.  If you aren't happy with the results of your tinnitus product, are you eligible for a refund? How complicated is that process?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best tinnitus products available today. We hope this information helps you to eliminate that constant ringing once and for all!

What Is Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is most easily described as "ringing in the ears." The word is of Latin origin, meaning "to ring or tinkle like a bell." More specifically, tinnitus is the perception of sound in the ear when there is no external source present. Even though called ringing in the ears, there are many sounds someone suffering from tinnitus might hear, including whistling, buzzing, whooshing, clicking, hissing, squealing, roaring, murmuring (like someone talking in a low voice) and more. In ancient times people who had this condition were thought to be possessed by the devil or evil spirits and were often tortured in order to drive the spirits away. Even in modern times medical professionals thought it was all in the patient's head and they were losing their minds. In and of itself, tinnitus is not a disease. It is like pain a signal that something has gone wrong somewhere.

An estimated 50 million Americans experience tinnitus. For 12 million of those 50 million, the tinnitus is persistent and very often troubling. The noise is steady and unchanging every waking minute. For most though, it is a sound that comes and goes, or a tone that changes pitch throughout the day. Some experience tinnitus that is "on" for a few days and then "off" for one. For many it can be just a brief tone heard in the quiet of night right before bed, or perhaps heard for an hour after going to a concert without earplugs.

There are two basic types of Tinnitus. Objective and Subjective. The most common type is subjective. Individuals with subjective tinnitus are the only ones that can hear the sound in their ears. With objective tinnitus the sound the individual hears can be heard by others around them and can be recorded using a sensitive microscope.

Not normally a dangerous or serious problem, tinnitus is usually a symptom of some other underlying condition and most often considered a nuisance. Often tinnitus improves when the underlying cause is dealt with. Rarely does it progress into a serious problem, but the condition is linked to fatigue, sleep problems, memory problems, stress, depression, concentration difficulty and anxiety. Though it is not considered serious, it seriously affects the quality of life of those individuals who are suffering from it. It can be very frustrating since people around them do not hear the sounds and are not empathetic towards them. Many tinnitus sufferers never get a moment of silence or peace, no matter where they go or what they do, the sounds are constant.

 

Tinnitus and the Deafening Silence

When you're on the subway, at the gym, or walking down the street, do you always have headphones hooked to your ear The flood of new media content and the rise of personal audio devices have made it impossibly easy to always be tuned in. But the cost to ...

Published:  Tue, 21 Nov 2017 04:39:00 GMT



Bilateral tinnitus in men may be hereditary

European researchers have discovered that genetic factors play a role in some cases of tinnitus, particularly in men who have the condition in both ears. Tinnitus has traditionally been linked to environmental factors, but a revolutionary study, conducted ...

Published:  Mon, 20 Nov 2017 00:00:00 GMT



Employees that allegedly take an employer's stuff without authorization don't win discrimination cases, but might win defamation cases

He also suffered from tinnitus, a crackling and buzzing noises in his left ear caused by an Eustachian tube dysfunction. His tinnitus would flare up unpredictably, and, as it worsened, it caused him to suffer anxiety and depression. As a result ...

Published:  Mon, 20 Nov 2017 00:00:00 GMT



Check Your Health: Ringing in the ears or tinnitus

(KUTV) Over 50-million Americans suffer from occasional ringing in the ears. This condition is called tinnitus and for most of these people, comes and goes. However, for 20-million tinnitus patients, it's a chronic problem that can be debilitating.

Published:  Wed, 15 Nov 2017 19:51:00 GMT



Salvation Army kicks off Red Kettle Campaign

WAYNESBURG - That ringing in your ears you hear today may not be a sign of tinnitus or eating too much turkey. It's probably the sound of jingling bells made by the hardy volunteers of the Salvation Army of Greene County's annual Red Kettle Campaign.

Published:  Thu, 23 Nov 2017 23:21:00 GMT



Baby Driver

The jokes were enjoyable but a lot of them simply sounded nonsense. Ansel Elgort's performance as a driver with tinnitus was compelling and despite initial expectations, did not feel awkward at all. His name being "Baby" was an intriguing aspect to the ...

Published:  Fri, 24 Nov 2017 13:24:00 GMT



Tinnitus Drives Sufferers to Distraction, Desperation

The unrelenting screeching sounds from tinnitus sometimes left actor William Shatner unsure "whether I would survive," while jazz guitarist Al Di Meola said tinnitus has meant living with "this screaming, and you can't shut it off." Little wonder the ...

Published:  Sun, 27 Nov 2011 16:00:00 GMT



The Organ of the Universe: On Living with Tinnitus

WHAT CAN YOU HEAR, right now, as you read these words Chances are you're not paying attention to what you're hearing, because you're focused on what you're reading. But you are hearing something. It's a trick of the mind, a mind that is ...

Published:  Fri, 10 Nov 2017 00:00:00 GMT



Could we trick the brain to stop tinnitus

Tinnitus is the perception of sound (for example ringing, buzzing, whooshing or humming) in the absence of any external sound source. Tinnitus can be constant or intermittent, steady or pulsating. It might be perceived in one ear or both, or in the middle ...

Published:  Wed, 22 Mar 2017 04:02:25 GMT



Tinnitus Miracle Really Does Work

The 'miracle' in Thomas Coleman's tinnitus treatment book, Tinnitus Miracle, does not refer to a 'magic pill' kind of cure. Rather, it refers to the miracle of becoming tinnitus free. You can reach that goal by the Tinnitus Miracle natural, holistic ...

Published:  Fri, 01 Aug 2014 00:35:39 GMT



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