Tinnitus Miracle Cure E-book

When I was diagnosed with cancer in 2009 it was only the second time in my 60 years that I had suffered any sort of ill health. The first time was when I went to see my doctor (actually a locum sitting in for her) to complain about ringing in my ears. Anyone who has suffered from tinnitus will be able to guess what I was told, or perhaps they won’t. The general practitioner referred me to a specialist who tested my hearing and told me there was not much he could do about the ringing but that he thought I ought to have an MRI scan on the off-chance I had a brain tumour. Great news. There’s nothing we can do unless it’s really, really serious……

I have often wondered if there is or was any link between the tinnitus and my later diagnosed cancer. Thomas Coleman thinks that tinnitus may be a symptom for other perhaps greater problems with your body and his holistic approach addresses that view in a way that claims to reduce tinnitus for sufferers. In fairness he doesn’t claim to be able to cure cancer.

I am lucky for two reasons. Firstly although the NHS took forever to get me the scan the specialist recommended it did eventually confirm that there was no tumour. Secondly we found a way of managing the tinnitus. This had become particularly oppressive for me as for so many sufferers because it caused dizziness. Think migraine attack – unpredictable, incapacitating and unpleasant. When it happened I had no alternative but to lie down, keep my head still and avoid light until I felt better, usually several hours later. What we discovered was that the tinnitus and the dizziness were both linked to my daily bath and that if I avoided dunking my head under water before shampooing my hair I also avoided the calcium in the hard water finding its way into my ears.

More recently however as a result I suspect of radiotherapy treatment I have been suffering bouts of dizziness and a recurrence of the buzzing, so I guess it’s time to look again at how to reduce the impact of these.

Which is where the Tinnitus Miracle Cure comes in. Thomas Coleman is a sufferer himself, or rather was, and he seems to have identified a range of herbal remedies, advice on what to eat and not eat, vitamin supplements and drugs and other treatments to avoid that have a good chance of reducing or eliminating tinnitus and its side effects. Exercise too is an essential element in changing your lifestyle to fight off the disease.

If anything there is almost too much information offered!

He is also passionate about not putting yourself in the hands of the surgeons and for this alone he gets my support.

The tinnitus cure comes with 3 free books and is itself regularly updated as new information becomes available.

Anyone who suffers from this illness knows how debilitating and unpleasant it is. I’m going to give his ideas a chance. Click on the link if you would like to as well. Click Here!

About Nick Poole

Nick Poole is a retired solicitor, happily married and the proud owner of a stubborn golden retriever. He spends his time blogging and working on his book site www.seekabook.com
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