Tinnitus Relief Trial CD

$7.95

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Description

Tinnitus Relief Trial CD

Andrew Skeoch has recorded this trial CD specifically for the relief of Tinnitus. It contains continuous sounds of natural rain. Profound results have been achieved with sufferers with the use of the CD.

This is a Trial CD only and comes packaged in a paper CD Envelope. This is a full length CD and runs for 73:32 minutes

Instructions for use are printed on the CD

Play this CD overnight while you sleep, every night for one month. For best results set your bedroom CD player to loop this CD continuously throughout the night while you sleep.

This is a Trial CD only and comes packaged in a paper CD sleeve. This is a full length CD and runs for 73:32 minutes

This CD has been created specifically for use with people who suffer from Tinnitus. Rick Collingwood's 'Mind Body Healing' CD Hypnosis CD can also be used for relief of Tinnitus and other ailments.

What is Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a sensation of ringing in the ears or the head and can be extremely annoying for sufferers. At times the noise can be so disturbing that the person is unable to sleep or carryout normal everyday activities let alone a normal conversation.

Symptoms

  • A noise in the ears, such as ringing, buzzing, roaring, whistling, or even at times hissing
  • It may be a case that comes and goes or it can be continuous, and may be so loud that it can disrupt the persons thoughts and abilities or so soft that the person can hear it only when trying to sleep
  • Occasionally hearing loss can also occur

Causes

The most common cause of tinnitus is over-exposure to loud noise. (You only have to be exposed to a loud concert to experience tinnitus instantly – the noise can last for days afterwards).

There are many other things which can also cause tinnitus, including:

  • Too much wax in the ear
  • Ear infection
  • A hole in the eardrum
  • Certain medications
  • High blood pressure
  • Allergy
  • Anaemia
  • Interruption of the cerebral blood flow (i.e. the blood flow to the head area)

Tinnitus is sometimes related to an underlying health condition, and should always be discussed with your healthcare professional.

It is also important to consult your healthcare professional if you experience symptoms of infection such as pain, dizziness or pus in the ear.