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Tinnitus Patch to Alleviate Symptoms

Tinnitus is a common problem. It affects about 15% to 20% of people, and is especially common in older adults. Tinnitus is usually caused by an underlying condition, such as a hearing loss or even an ear injury.

Tinnitus is when you experience ringing or other noises in one or both of your ears. Most often being a ringing, buzzing or even a slight swoosh noise within the ear.

And if you have ever experienced, you know it can impede with a lot in your every day life. The constant ringing can be deafening.

While there is no cure for tinnitus- there are more and more options for treatment being developed all the time.

The newest is a Tinnitus patch. Using a breakthrough technology- it has been proven results and is growing in popularity.

A patch is applied behind the ear in which tinnitus is experienced.

When placed behind the ear and worn for 21 consecutive days, the semi-transparent patch has been clinically proven to offer substantial tinnitus relief by modulating nerve functions in the auditory system.

The hypothesis is that an elevated reorganization of water in the biological environment may modulate the chaotic audio loops in the auditory system that represent the various conscious sound experiences that we call tinnitus-therefore providing relief.

Studies conducted by the developers in Sweden have shown that in one specific clinical trial, reduction in tinnitus severity was achieved by 50% of people at the end of the three-week treatment period, and by 90% at a follow-up assessment four weeks after the end of therapy. 

Tinnitus is hard to live with- but there are safe and effective ways to treat your symptoms of Tinnitus.

Don’t suffer- look into one of these options today and put that ringing at bay.

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