Beware of ‘ringing’ endorsements for Tinnitus products
Turns out your parent’s constant nagging to “turn down the music or you’ll go deaf,” wasn’t too far off the mark.
Centreville, VA – Turns out your parent’s constant nagging to “turn down the music or you’ll go deaf,” wasn’t too far off the mark.
“I used to crank up the volume on my eight track car stereo until the windows rattled,” said Jim, a 54-year old accountant from Texas, who also made sure he sat in the first row at rock concerts. “About two years ago, I started experiencing this relentless ringing in the ears. I’ve tried tons of different products and nothing helps.”
The Mayo Clinic estimates that 50 million people in the United States endure the unceasing sound of ringing, whining and hissing called Tinnitus, commonly known as “ringing in the ears.” And while this condition can impair hearing, disrupt concentration and lead to sleep deprivation and other health issues – its music to the ears of unscrupulous marketers hoping to cash in on this growing health concern.
According to Healthhound.org, a popular consumer on line destination focusing on health, there’s no shortage of products on the market claiming to cure Tinnitus. “But the truth is, unless the cause is nothing more than a simple build up of earwax, most so-called Tinnitus cures are merely clever marketing gimmicks designed to separate consumers from their hard earned money.”
To combat the onslaught of misinformation and dubious supplements on the market, Healthhound.org is attempting to set the record straight with an easy-to-read, eBook called, ‘The Health Hound’s Fast, Safe and Effective Way to Eliminate Tinnitus Quickly.’
“Our team researched, assembled and distilled the most credible scientific and medical research and findings today into one, easy-to-read resource to help people make informed choices about dealing with Tinnitus,” says the website.
This no-nonsense report is free to the public, and includes the most common misconceptions about Tinnitus, including likely causes and the latest medical and homeopathic treatments. For example, did you know that drinking coffee or taking decongestants might actually exacerbate Tinnitus symptoms?
Often described by suffers as sounding like the humming of telephone wires in their ears, this eBook will answer many questions, and provide practical ways to tackle Tinnitus without wasting money on a “witches brew” of questionable supplements. The Tinnitus eBook can be downloaded for free at http://www.healthhound.org/tinnitus-scams/.
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