What is Tinnitus?
Tinnitus is a medical condition characterized by persistent ringing in one or both ears that can only be heard by the affected individual. It has also been described as whistling, hissing, buzzing, or pulsing in the ear. These sounds may come and go; however, most sufferers experience symptoms 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The effects range from slight annoyance to severe disruption of everyday life. The American Tinnitus Association estimates that more than 60 million Americans suffer from Tinnitus.
Approximately 15% to 20% of the world's population suffers from Tinnitus. Tinnitus can be a severely debilitating problem, and numerous risk factors have been associated with the development of Tinnitus. Those with a hearing impairment have a higher risk for Tinnitus, and the associated increase in risk is dependent on the severity of hearing impairment. Furthermore, there is an elevated risk of Tinnitus in people with a history of head injury, depressive symptoms, target shooting, arthritis, use of NSAID medications, hypertension, and smoking. In addition, individuals with intolerable Tinnitus often suffer from higher rates of anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, and poor quality of life compared to those without Tinnitus.
The most common cause of chronic tinnitus is age-related hearing loss, also known as presbycusis, which occurs naturally over the years. But exposure to loud noise can also lead to Tinnitus, according to the National Institutes of Health. Younger people are at a higher risk for both hearing loss and Tinnitus due to listening to personal audio devices on high volume. In fact, a study published in Scientific Reports found that almost 30 percent of adolescents had chronic Tinnitus. Tinnitus is also the number one most prevalent service-connected claimed disability for U.S. military veterans with hearing loss and the second most prevalent service-connected claims. In 2018, the Veterans Benefit Administration Compensation Data Report showed a total of 1,971,201 veterans receiving compensation payments for Tinnitus and a total 1,228,936 veterans receiving compensation payments for hearing loss.
Ear-Ring Relief™ Work?
The Ear-Ring Relief™ formula for Tinnitus sufferers integrates vitamins, minerals and nutritional supplements to replenish the body and provide potent antioxidants against stress caused by aging, noise and other environmental factors. Research shows higher doses of specific vitamins and mineral may help provide relief of Tinnitus symptoms of ringing, hissing buzzing noises in the ears. The Ear-Ring Relief™ formula with its proprietary blend of vitamins and minerals is specially designed to deliver those necessary higher doses of vitamins and minerals while maintaining safe levels of these components.
The key ingredient formula strategy:
- Magnesium – to promote nerve cell health and protect against Free Radicals.
- Copper – to promote against age-related hearing loss.
- Zinc – to help moderate the symptoms of Tinnitus.
- Vitamins A (Beta Carotene), C, E – to help prevent Free Radical damage to tissues of the ear and body.
- Vitamin B-12 – to help support the nervous system.
- Vitamins B-1(thiamine), B-2 (riboflavin, B-3 (niacin) and B-6 (pyridoxine) – to help promote blood flow to the ear and protect against damaging Free Radicals.
- Lipoic Acid (one of the most potent Antioxidants known) and Selenium – to help reduce cellular Free Radical damage that may occur with the natural aging process and promote nervous system health.
- N-Acetyl (L) Cysteine – Antioxidant to protect against noise-related damage to the cochlear hair cells.
Clinical studies and double-blind placebo reports show the ingredients in the Ear-Ring Relief™ and with all of InnerScope's Dietary Hearing Supplement products can increase blood flow to the middle ear and provides protection against cellular Free Radical damage due to environmental noise, aging, and over the counter and prescription drugs.
Although, to date there is no cure for Tinnitus, there are several treatment options available to help manage the symptoms, but many people remain unsatisfied with the results. The Ear-Ring Relief™ formulation was designed for individuals to have a way to support their own bodies natural function and defenses to not only help relieve the symptoms of Tinnitus, but also to potentially help prevent individuals from developing Tinnitus.
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