Don’t suffer the hum, this is your escape pod


The Good Life Letter 

28th October 2018

It’s like something out of a 1950’s sci-fi B-Movie…

Ordinary people are assailed by a mysterious noise…

A whining sound they cannot escape, that drives them to distraction…

It’s everywhere they go…

Inside their HEADS!

Playing with their MINDS!

CUE: Dramatic Music

“You cannot escape…

…THE HUM!”

And yet this isn’t a horror film. It is very real.

In the UK right now, one in ten people are tormented by noise inside their heads that they cannot get rid of…

It’s known as tinnitus.

For those who don’t have it, the word might seem like a minor niggle – a gripe or complaint that’s nothing too serious.

If you have it, you need no introduction to it from me, all you want to do is get rid of it, right?

I realise that’s not easy…

You cannot just ‘get rid’ of tinnitus. There is not usually a clear cause and rarely a simple ‘magic’ bullet that’ll solve the problem.

Which is why I highly recommend you read this letter from Rachael Linkie - read here

She will show you a way to:

Silence the ‘orchestra’ in your head – once and for all!

Because if you don’t find ways to sort it yourself, help is in frustratingly short supply.

Let me explain…

Tinnitus comes from the Latin word for ‘ringing’. But it takes many forms, as a low, medium or high-pitched noise,   so it could be whistling, buzzing, popping or humming.

You can get it in both ears or just one. Sometimes it’s there all the time or it may come and go.

It’s not just the cliched group of people you may expect to get it – old rock and rollers who’ve been playing loud music all their lives or people who work on building sites. And it’s not just some breakdown in your hearing as you age either.

You can have perfect hearing and STILL have tinnitus – which is why many people in their 20s and 30s have it. In fact, according to the British Tinnitus Association:

“Tinnitus is known to be one of the most common health problems facing the UK today. Mild tinnitus is common – about 10% of the population have it all the time.”

That’s an incredible statistic isn’t it?

It’s not always possible to point to a direct cause of tinnitus. But there are some:

  • Loud noise – the hair cells in the inner ear are damaged by regular exposure to loud noise.

  • Hearing loss – the hair cells in the inner ear suffer from wear and tear, gradually reducing your hearing ability, raising the volume of tinnitus.

  • Ear infections – middle ear infections can cause tinnitus, usually only temporary, but still annoying and frustrating.

  • Perforated eardrum – caused by infections, changes in air pressure or exposure to a loud noise.

  • Ear wax – too much build-up can cause tinnitus.

  • Stress and anxiety – it gets much more noticeable if you are anxious or stressed.

  • Otosclerosis – the most common cause of progressive deafness in young adults.

In the majority of cases, standard medical tests fail to find a medically treatable cause. That’s because tinnitus is not a disease in itself, but a symptom of an underlying condition.

And this is the problem…

Sufferers often aren’t given the help they need

Back in 2013, the Virgin FM presenter Eddy Temple-Morris, ambassador for the British Tinnitus Association, made a speech at the British Tinnitus Association Annual Conference.

He talked about a guy called Mark who got tinnitus when he was 24 years old, and then went to his doctor for help.
His GP told Mark that he couldn’t help him and that he should "deal with it like an adult".

Shocking!

Poor Mark was then told that he should pay for a private audiologist rather than wasting NHS resources.

Temple-Morris rightly pointed out not only the lack of help people with tinnitus get, but the lack of education for people to find natural ways to reduce the problem or avoid it.

“Not one public information film,” he said, “not one radio ad, not even a poster, to let people know the dangers of loud environments and that people could, like me, get brain damage just by being there unprotected.”

However, there is a way you can tackle tinnitus without a prescription, without surgery and by using what’s available to you at home.

Take a look at this: Banish the Noise and Recapture the Silence: The Tinnitus Solution.

How to avoid the £3,000 cost of a solution that might not work

As Rachel Linkie points out, if you see an ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctor, you’ll likely end up with a prescription for a hearing aid.

But it can take up to 3 months to get your hearing aids, after which the average price is about £3,000.

Worse, it won’t necessarily stop the ringing, whistling, hissing and popping in your ears.

The charity Action on Hearing Loss says that the best thing hearing aids can do is “help to distract your brain from your tinnitus”.

Not the best return for £3,000 is it?

However, if you get hold of Banish the Noise and Recapture the Silence: The Tinnitus Solution you’ll discover:

  • Is this common breakfast beverage making your tinnitus worse? You’ll learn how tinnitus is often set off by a hidden food allergy – and it doesn’t take much.

  • Overcome the ‘silent cause’ behind the ringing. It’s why doctors often scribble off a prescription – but beware of these three medications. They can come with some serious side effects.

  • The link between high blood pressure and tinnitus.

  • 5 easy exercises you can do in the comfort of your favourite chair to help quiet the ringing.

  • The benefits and drawbacks to hearing aids and so-called ‘maskers’.

  • Common, yet easily remedied, vitamin deficiencies that could be a factor – and why sometimes foods are better than supplements.

  • Answers to tinnitus that mainstream ‘medicine’ won’t give you. The source of your tinnitus may be lurking in your medicine cabinet.

Go and read Rachael’s report here and you can begin to treat your tinnitus without prescription drugs, surgery or spending £3,000 on hearing aids.

Well worth your time.

And if you are enduring the horror of tinnitus, I hope you find the answers you need.

Yours, as always

Ray







 


 



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