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Are you’re one of the 10 million who are experiencing the agony associated with tinnitus, that you’ve sought medical attention for it ?
Or maybe you fall into the 10th percentile of that 10 million who are dealing with tinnitus on levels so bad that it is downright destroying your life?
Regardless of what category you fall into, my guess is that if you’ve arrived at this website, you have attempted to use to combat your tinnitus has failed you in some way.
So let me ask you, have you tried everything? Have you resorted to every imaginable measure to address this problem that is ruining your life only to wind up even more frustrated and in a sense, more tortured than you were before?
Well what you may not realize is that you may be attempting to solve your problem using the wrong formula.
And the reason why you may be using the wrong formula is because you can’t accurately diagnose the root cause of the problem.
And what’s even more alarming is the fact that your doctor may not be able to identify the root cause either.
You see, tinnitus is a challenging. It wears many faces, so to speak. In fact, when we think of it, we can’t even really pigeon-hole it or provide a definitive answer on what it is because it’s different for everyone.
For some people, it’s described as ringing in the ears. Yet for others, it could be a hissing sound that they experience.
In some cases, the sound itself can’t even be classified.
The only thing that we can say about tinnitus is that it’s a sound that a person constantly hears that the rest of the world does not hear.
You can see why this problem is so hard to correct.
First off, you have to figure out what the sound is.
Then, you have to describe it to a health care professional who in all likelihood has never actually heard the sound personally (because it’s only existing in your frame of reality).
Then, that health care professional (who’s probably seeing a hundred others patients that day alone with issues that are much easier to identify and treat) is supposed to figure out how to solve your problem.
It’s no wonder why so many people are suffering from tinnitus. Simply put, there are so many dimensions to the problem and so many variables affecting the results of the treatment.
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