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Silence Tinnitus Today!

Stop the Ringing, Discomfort, and Restore Your Life!
Narrated by: Jeremy Bohn
Length: 34 mins
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If you suffer from tinnitus, you know about the discomfort. Take a positive step in not allowing this condition to control your life. This book will educate you on the diseases or conditions which bring about tinnitus, which include:

  • Ear infection
  • Potential hearing loss
  • Exposure to loud sounds
  • Buildup of ear wax
  • Tumors in the brain or other areas around the ear
  • Pregnancy
  • Meniere's Disease
  • Overactive Thyroid
  • Blood flow issues
  • Increased pressure of the fluid that surrounds the brain
  • Anemia
  • Certain medications
  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

Listeners will also learn about the symptoms, effects, and the proper diagnosis of tinnitus. Learn about the natural cures currently in use and medical procedures and techniques available. Learn about talk therapy, sound therapy and other management techniques. Learn about medications that cause and can minimize effects. Get the statistics and facts today. Take charge of your tinnitus and silence its grip on your life!

©2016 Paul Ibbetson (P)2016 Paul Ibbetson

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Fraudulent title

The title of this book should be "information about tinnitus." I'll be getting a refund but I won't ever get the 30 minutes I lost listening to statistics and hearing the word tinnitus 200 times. This book actually made my tinnitus worse.

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Good description of The condition

The author did a very good job outlining and drilling down into what causes and how to correct this condition. The narrator has a great voice but needs to spend some time researching how to pronounce basic words like melatonin and benzodiazepine. For a book that's only 30 minutes long you think they would take that extra effort to make sure it sounded perfect

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  • 10-20-19

Excellent Summary

I already knew about tinnitus, but I didn't know it had so many specifics.
I found the short book very interesting and an excellent summary about the subject.
Good for anybody curious that want to learn news things without having to get a medical degree.

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The worst audio book I’ve ever had

It’s a waste of time and money. It basically says there is no treatment or cure for Tinnitus.

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Don't Waste Your Time

This is one of the worst books I have had the displeasure to listen to. The author gives information about tinnitus but not a real way to get rid of it. Tinnitus is a real problem many have to deal with, including myself, but trust me...do not waste your time or money on this book. The narration is poorly done as well. It sounded "fuzzy" and Jeremy Bohn sounded as if he was speaking through cotton or something. Anyway, this book got a one star across the board because I can't give anything less. Please don't waste your time...it really is that bad.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Tinnitus

I was given the opportunity to listen to this short article by the publisher and am choosing to review it.

As a person who has suffered from tinnitus for over 40 years, I am always looking for more information and possible treatments/solutions. However, this really didn't tell me anything new.

The title is very misleading. This does not give the listener any real ways to stop the ringing in your ears. It is more of a description of possible causes and definitions than a way to stop or help tinnitus. Most of the treatments were of the "talk therapy" kind, making me think that the author is suggesting that tinnitus is a psychological problem in most cases.

I have a lot of medical training since I am a Veterinarian and EMT, so the constant mispronunciations of many of the medical terms was especially annoying. If you are going to narrate something with specific terminology, at least try to pronounce the words correctly! I had a hard time figuring out what some of the words were supposed to be.

All in all, if you get this for free, give it a listen. Otherwise, don't waste your time.

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  • Norma Miles
  • 09-17-19

Hearing of sounds which have no external source.

As a tinnitus sufferer, I was interested to learn how to 'Silence Tinnitus Today!' and stop this intrusive irritation. Unfortunately, this brief audio fails to live up to the title, merely touching on some possible causes of the condition and, after suggesting that there was really no definitive way, or medicine, which could remove the noises in the ear, still emphasizes the need to take the problem to a doctor for diagnosis.
There are numerous reasons why someone would suffer from tinnitus, from living constantly with loud noise for prolonged periods to cancerous tumours or high blood pressure. Or something less tangible, like depression. And some 360,000,000 world wide are believed to be sufferers, with one in five adults developing it, or three in five U.S.army veterans. That's a lot of people. Pity that there seems not to be a useful solution.
The narration of the video was, frankly, poorly done. Although enthusiastic in his reading, Jeremy Bohn frequently stumbled over medical terms and phrases, struggling with individual words. It made the text even more difficult to follow. I had requested this brief book and was freely gifted with a complimentary copy by the rights holder. Thank you. However, hard to follow and not addressing the title, I would not recommend this book to anyone seriously wanting to deal with, or learn more about, the problem.

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  • countryboy
  • 06-07-18

short but useful summary of subject.

narration somewhat harsh and busy. short report which covers the essential causes and mitigation measures. recommend the much longer and very comprehensive "coping with tinnitus"