Tinnitus is a mysterious condition in which sufferers ‘hear’ a variety of distracting and/or unpleasant sounds in their ears. The sounds are not real but are an anomaly of the workings of the ear. Nonetheless, these imaginary sounds can torment those who are forced to hear them hour after hour. For tinnitus sufferers, there is no let-up, and they often suffer from insomnia as a result.
Mainstream medicine has no ‘one size fits all’ solution for zapping tinnitus, so victims can be left to suffer in ‘silence’ having been prescribed a variety of medications that have only limited impact on the intensity of their tinnitus sounds.
An alternative approach adopted in extreme cases is to let a surgeon attempt to fix the problem on the operating table. Once again, the effectiveness of surgery in treating tinnitus is far from universal. Furthermore, there are hazards waiting for patients who go down this route.
Yet another gambit offered by medicos is to send patients for a course of psychiatric sessions. However, the psychiatric approach is time-consuming and known to have only limited success, although it may be worth a shot.
The ‘fourth way’ as regards tinnitus treatment is to look at the methods recommended by a man named Thomas Coleman, who is behind a digital product called Tinnitus Miracle. Coleman used to suffer from tinnitus but managed to cure it using techniques and strategies he developed himself. He has since spent fifteen years pushing his holistic methods to a growing army of fans.
Unlike other methods, which are decidedly hit-and-miss, and in the case of surgery can be dangerous, Coleman’s cure seems to work most of the time. On his website, and elsewhere on the internet, the man has attracted vast numbers of endorsements and glowing reviews from satisfied customers, so the bottom line is that his product has to be worth a try.