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It’s been some time since I wrote anything about my tinnitus affliction, and I thought it was about time I brought you good folks up to date.
I did set up a site specifically for the benefit of tinnitus sufferers in September 2011, and there’s a link to that site, tinnitussendsmemental.com, in the recommended resources box on the left. What I have done on here, is to place the review of Tinnitus Miracle I wrote for that site in November 2011. It’s not me being lazy, well o.k., maybe a little, but the situation remains the same, and the information in the review is as good now as it was back then. Please read on, and maybe visit the site afterwards.
TINNITUS MIRACLE – APPRAISAL.
I wouldn’t describe myself as a skeptic when it comes to searching the Internet for a solution to a problem. However, I am pretty guarded about it, after all, I’ve spent a small fortune buying enough “solutions” to issues over the years. Some have helped, others have failed – miserably! Tinnitus Miracle was different though.
For more years than I care to remember, tinnitus has plagued me. Like so many other sufferers out there, I had accepted the medical profession’s doctrine of – “There’s nothing you can do about it, you’ll have to learn to live with it” However, there was a problem with that. As time wore on, I felt myself slowly but surely being driven ‘nuts’ by my tinnitus. Did I really have to live with this?
A few months ago I decided to conduct some research of my own into the symptom. It was whilst scouring the ‘net for information I came across Tinnitus Miracle. I liked what I read in the sales letter on Thomas Coleman’s site. I liked the fact that relief could be obtained holistically. No medication with potential side effects to take, and no medical procedures with potential complications to undergo. Plus, the testimonials made impressive reading. Besides, I would also be covered by the Clickbank refund guarantee.
Around mid September 2011, I decided to ‘bite the bullet’ and make the purchase. I have to say that so far, it has been the best money I’ve spent in a long time. The relief that I have received from following Thomas Coleman’s advice has been nothing short of excellent.
It has only been around 2 months since I started reading the information inside Tinnitus Miracle, but the effects of the advice contained within has seen a marked improvement in my own tinnitus. Whilst it hasn’t gone completely – yet – its intensity has dropped to a point were I barely notice it most of the time. I feel I have a new lease of life.
This may be as good as it gets for me. I may be cured completely – eventually, but even if I had received just 50% of the relief I have achieved now, it has been money well spent.
What are the positives?
For me, it has been a marked lowering of the intensity of my symptom.
I have hope of a potential complete cure, I have only been following it for 2 months. Other people have already achieved a complete cure from tinnitus.
As a result of following the advice, other aspects of my life have improved. For example, I made changes in my diet. This led to a loss in weight, and consequently, an increase in my energy levels. I feel like someone who’s just turned 40, and not someone in their early 50′s.
Are there any negatives?
Given that I have already gained so much from Tinnitus Miracle, I have to say I find it difficult to be negative. The following are the only things I could find to be sort of negative about.
The biggest obstacle for many I guess would be the cost. It is a large document, not one that I would recommend reading on a computer monitor, which would only serve to wreck your eyes too! So I printed it off – all of it. So as well as the cost of the book, there’s the additional cost of printer ink. It isn’t cheap, but what cost do you place on your wellbeing, mental as well as physical?
At over 250 pages, there’s a lot to take in. The cure or relief will not happen instantly. You really do need to take the time to read through the information in order to improve your understanding of the tinnitus symptom and its causes. Once you gain that understanding, and begin to follow the advice, only then will you begin the work of ridding yourself of tinnitus. So the time factor may be a negative for some people. Again though, if you’ve been suffering for some time, surely another 6-8 weeks (as in my case) isn’t going to be too much of a hardship.
In conclusion then, I can heartily recommend Tinnitus Miracle. As I mentioned earlier, I haven’t achieved a full cure yet, but it’s early days for me. However, even if I remain at the level I’m at now with my tinnitus, I would still consider it money well spent.
If you order today and act immediately, you could literally be tinnitus free in a couple of months.
Note: It is now over 12 months since I implemented the advice in the Tinnitus Miracle program, and I’m still not totally tinnitus free, but I am at a level that I can live with. My tinnitus was particularly severe though. I still work with the program and hopefully, I will eventually obtain complete relief in the fullness of time.
Hyperacusis is a condition that is linked with tinnitus, and I also included a short article about the condition on the tinnitussendsmemental.com site.
Since I wrote that piece, on October 29 2011, I have discovered a book that is essential reading if you are a sufferer, and would prefer to go down the self help route to understanding, and hopefully combating it.
You can take a look at the book at Amazon.com by clicking the link below.
Until the next time, keep your chin up, and be wise.
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Today I would just like to keep you up to date on my tinnitus affliction, and where I’m up to with that. I also want to have a word about the financial markets. Yes, I spread bet FX!
With the tinnitus situation, I have come across a couple of potential new weapons I could place in my armoury. I will be running my beady eye over these in the coming weeks. I have ordered information on the first one, which I suppose you could say is traditional therapy, as it involves a machine! That info’ will get to me via snail mail, and any treatment I undertake will be a while away as it involves me travelling to London for assessments etc. So realistically, that review is some time away. I also believe this is available in the USA, so I will also look to source the info’ on this for you guys over there.
The other “treatment” I’m looking to try is a holistic approach, and once I put this into practice, I’ll put my findings in a report and let you folks know how good it is or isn’t. The reports will be announced here, but relayed in full on tinnitussendsmemental.com where you can go direct to from the link in the Recommended Resources box, over on the left.
On now to the financial markets. I know there are a lot of people out there, just like myself, who play the financial markets via spread betting sites. I started doing this – getting on for three years ago now, when basically, I was pure gambling. I new absolutely nothing other than the £ would go up or down against the $.
I would log into the spread betting site, call up a chart which consisted only of candlesticks. I didn’t know how to call up indicators, or even how to use them, I just knew green was up & red was down. And I used a 1 minute chart! Can you imagine the roller coaster I was riding, talk about a white knuckle ride! Yes, I did win, occassionaly, but mostly it was a downward spiral.
From that beginning though, I have educated myself. I still have a long way, and a few more years to go, before I can say I’m an overnight success. I read into trading, a lot! One place I would highly recommend anyone new to trading FX to visit is, Babypips.com. It is from there that I have received the overwhelming majority of my trading education. I can’t praise it highly enough. I also bought a trading system via the internet. I put that into practise, and with what I learned from that, and other sources, I guess you could say I became a trader rather than a gambler.
This year I am in front. I emptied the account around mid June, over £1000, and me and my 6 year old daughter had some good times during school holidays. One thing I have learned, was to forget trading in the period a couple of weeks before school breaks up, until a couple of weeks after school re-opens. That’s the period when most of the serious dudes quit for a while, and go sailing their yachts. That’s what I have done this year, only I didn’t have a yacht to sail!
I am about to re-embark for another ride on the roller coaster, but this time, I am a lot more comfortable with it. The system I developed for trading FX works well enough, so I have confidence in that. Now though, I’m looking at a new strategy for trading FTSE or Wall St. On paper it’s looking ok. I’ll let you know how things are going as it progresses.
Until the next time, keep your chin up.