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Natural Relief for Ringing in the Ears (Tinnitus)

by Dr. Jason Barker February 01, 2022

Natural Relief for Ringing in the Ears (Tinnitus)

 

Tinnitus is the label for the sounds a person can hear, when there is no actual noise. No, we’re not talking about those voices in our heads that we all hear, but rather tinnitus is often described as ‘ringing in the ears’!   It can also sound like hissing, swooshing, buzzing, whistling or clicking. 

Tinnitus is quite common - it’s one of the most commonly reported disabilities among U.S war veterans and nearly 50 million Americans are affected by this condition!

Curing tinnitus can prove to be illusive; however Ear Health formula represents a unique nutritional formulation for relieving the symptoms of tinnitus.

Ear Health formula contains the most clinically researched nutrients in the care of tinnitus - it’s a new hope for relieving this debilitating condition.

Read on to learn more about this natural tinnitus treatment.

Best Uses for Ear Health formula:

  • Ringing in the ears
  • Small subtle sounds when there’s no noise
  • Tinnitus

Here’s How Ear Health formula Works:

Niacin (Vitamin B3)  causes the small blood vessels to open up, or dilate. This in turn allows for increased blood flow into the inner ear.  Niacin is an important treatment for tinnitus that’s been used for many years.

Inositol Hexaniacinate is another form of Niacin that limits the ‘flushing’ effect that too much Niacin can cause. It’s included in this formula so that higher amounts of niacin can be used without causing flushing.

Niacinamide works similarly to Inositol Hexaniacinate; it’s a flush-free form of niacin and is included in order to boost niacin levels without leading to the often intolerable side effect of flushing.

Magnesium Citrate acts to protect the delicate nerves of the inner ear against a toxic amino acid (glutamate) that’s a normal byproduct of metabolism in the body.  Glutamate may contribute to inner ear nerve damage in certain susceptible people.

Hesperidin Methyl Chalcone, Rutin and Quercetin belong to the bioflavonoid class of compounds; these are essentially plant pigments with numerous health benefits; one of which is to improve circulation into the inner ear.

L-Glutathione  is one of the body’s most important antioxidants and protects the delicate balance of fluids and the sensory hair cells in the inner ear.

Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is one of our most powerful natural anti-inflammatory herbs that shuts down the production of inflammatory chemicals in the body.

Pine Bark extract is a rich source of some of nature’s strongest anti-viral, anti-oxidant and anti-microbial compounds known as OPCs, or procyanidolic oligomers. These compounds have also been shown to protect blood flow and support the relaxation of blood vessels.

Ginger Root has several active ingredients with anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, and analgesic (pain relieving) properties to help minimize tinnitus.

BioPerine® Black Pepper is a patented extract of black pepper fruit that improves absorption and increased bioavailability of nutritional ingredients by at least 30%.

Vinpocetine  is a nutritional compound derived from the periwinkle plant; its main use is to improve blood flow in the brain, thus helping with  thinking/cognition.  A set of older studies from the late 80’s point to Vinpocetine’s ability to improve hearing and tinnitus in study subjects. 

Ear Health formula is a researched-based nutritional formula designed to prevent the symptoms of tinnitus.  Each ingredient was chosen based on it’s historical and research-based use in treating tinnitus. If you suffer from ringing in the ears or tinnitus, it’s worth a try!

Dr. Jason Barker
Dr. Jason Barker


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