FINALLY! End that ringing in your ears
What's worse than a noisy neighbor keeping you up all night?
It's when that noise isn't coming from outside... but is already inside your own head.
Some 50 million Americans are battling at least some degree of tinnitus, a.k.a. the "ringing in the ears" that can drive you absolutely batty and keep you from sleeping at night.
I'm going to give you the simple secret to blissful silence in a moment, but first, there's a headline-making new gadget that has people with this condition excited.
The experimental device looks like something out of a spy movie designed to "make you talk."
It's a set of headphones that fires off a series of sounds on a certain pattern, along with a bunch of electrodes that zap you at the same time.
The two work together to trigger nerve reactions in your brain to help quiet the tinnitus.
In the new study, it didn't cure the condition... but the folks who tried it said they had more quiet and a better overall quality of life.
That sounds good.
And who knows? Maybe it'll turn out to be everything they're talking about and more.
But there are some drawbacks.
First, you have to do this for 30 minutes every day to get even the modest results seen in the new study.
Second, it's not even available yet.
And third, once it hits the market, who knows how much it'll cost... I'm guessing it won't be cheap.
That's hardly a ringing endorsement.
Fortunately, you don't have to wait for this device... shell out big money once it's available... and sit around zapping yourself for half an hour every day.
You can get REAL and LASTING relief, and you can get it right now.
Most docs will tell you that there's no cure. Most docs will say that there's not even a decent treatment, and they'll recommend cognitive behavioral therapy as the only option.
I'm not most docs.
I've developed a simple two-step plan that can turn down the noise or even shut if off for good.
First, look for possible triggers that can cause or worsen tinnitus. If you haven't done so already, start by eliminating booze, tobacco, and caffeine. Some meds can also cause ringing in the ears, so work with a holistic doc on finding natural options when possible.
And second, since poor blood flow is a major cause of tinnitus, take supplements that can restore circulation to the inner ear.
I recommend pine bark extract, ginkgo biloba, or vinpocetine.