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Hearing loss is the second most common health disability on Earth. We’re on a mission to stop it from getting worse.

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Monica V., Toronto

“I have extreme sensitivity to normal sound levels. I could barely go into a store. Now I do my own errands. I'm getting a part of my life back that I thought was gone forever. I’ve been using Soundbites for two years and will take it for the rest of my life!”

Zachary B., Pro Drummer

“Tinnitus is permanent like tattoos, but the suffering doesn’t have to be. Soundbites is extremely effective. I use it every day to keep my tinnitus out of the way of my life.”

Glenn G., MD

"I have found Soundbites to be of clear benefit for patients. These real changes are clinically important. The significance of this achievement cannot be overstated."

Art H., Commercial Pilot

"After taking Soundbites for
over a year, my audiograph
showed a freeze in hearing
decline and improvement in frequencies which had
shown a decline."

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How Soundbites helps

So advanced you don’t stick them in your ears – a 10 pound micronutrient cocktail in two softgel capsules.

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Complex science, elegant solution. Designed for daily use to provide continuous support for healthy hearing. 

Soundbites explained

Sensorineural hearing loss

Sensorineural hearing loss, or SNHL, is the medical term for hearing loss caused by damage and death of auditory sensory nerve cells. SNHL is simply and commonly called hearing loss because it accounts for more than 90% of all hearing loss.

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Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a neurological disorder of the auditory system, commonly described as ringing in the ear. The symptoms indicate biological dysfunction of nerve cells and the hearing system.

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Life is loud

Ask someone with hearing loss to think back on how it happened for them, and they’re likely to tell you about loud music and noise from their past decades – live concerts, motorsports, various machines, manufacturing, or military service.

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