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by Jerome Princy (2020-02-03)

Many mainstream physicians Sonus Complete Review simply ignore the value, if any, of homeopathic remedies because they didn't learn about them in med school. Tinnitus can be so overwhelming annoying to some people that they become deeply depressed-some to the point of considering suicide. According to Thomas Coleman, an independent health issues researcher, "A recent major medical study showed that unless sinus, stress and anxiety related issues are tackled, treating the ear nerves will not stop tinnitus. Many tinnitus patients who went under the knife have continued to suffer from tinnitus regardless of how successful the operation was. "The fact is: most of the conventional methods, including all sorts of drugs, muscle relaxers, vitamins and surgeries don't work and they are less effective than ever before and will make your Tinnitus and your health worse in the long run! Why? Because unless all internal factors, which are responsible for tinnitus, are treated and eliminated, the inner ear nerves will continue to cause the ringing, beeping and pulsing sounds." The constant ringing, buzzing, swooshing or other unique noises with no outside cause or source is what is referred to as tinnitus and more commonly called "ringing in the ear". Although tinnitus does not cause hearing loss, many people with hearing loss do suffer from it. Thus, tinnitus and loss of hearing are very closely related. It is estimated that about 9 out of 10 sufferers of tinnitus also suffer from some loss of their hearing. A hearing test is a must to find the actual cause of the tinnitus and the extent, if any, of the hearing loss. Tinnitus is a real condition, not just imagined, and can be quite disturbing and depressing to the sufferer. Since it is often caused by damage to the microscopic nerve endings in the inner ear, it is no wonder that hearing loss often accompanies tinnitus. This same nerve damage inhibits the hearing apparatus of the ear from functioning properly.