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Can Soundbites cure Tinnitus?

Multi-patented University of Michigan micronutrient formula for hearing preservation and tinnitus symptom relief now available in softgel capsules under the Soundbites brand.
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What is Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is a neurological disorder with
no known cure, so Soundbites can’t cure tinnitus.

However, Soundbites customers with tinnitus
consistently report relief from tinnitus symptoms
while taking Soundbites, and a return of symptoms when they stop taking it.

Common tinnitus symptoms:

  • Hearing “phantom” sounds when no sound
    is actually coming from any outside source

  • Sounds include ringing, clicking, sizzling,
    buzzing, hissing, humming or roaring

  • Sounds change in terms of which ear they come from,
    their intensity, pitch, onset, volume and type

  • Sounds can stop and go, sometimes be soft and slow,
    or other times becomes louder and faster

  • Tinnitus sounds might only come from one ear
    at a time (unilateral) or from both ears (bilateral)

  • Side effects of tinnitus: psychological and mood-related problems, interference with your ability to concentrate
    or hear actual sounds, hyperacusis (difficulty tolerating sounds), problems concentrating, confusion, trouble focusing, and speech problems (particularly in children)

What is the solution?

Soundbites usage is correlated with relief from symptoms of chronic tinnitus
(tinnitus that persists for a long time or constantly recurs),
and reduced tinnitus symptoms or avoidance of temporary
tinnitus caused by short term exposure to high intensity noise.
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How does it work?

We have three likely theories to explain how Soundbites
might be working to provide relief from tinnitus.
MAGNESIUM BLOCKS THE DECREASE 
IN COCHLEAR BLOOD FLOW
Mg increases blood flow to the inner ear, 
removes waste, and increases oxygenation 
of tissues, helping the cells of the inner ear
to work at a higher level of efficiency. 

Blood flow to the inner ear decreases 
with exposure to loud noise, resulting in 
less efficient cellular function 
that can lead to tinnitus. 

By blocking the decrease in inner ear 
blood flow, Mg is preventing decreased 
efficiency and the resulting tinnitus.
MAGNESIUM BLOCKS THE DECREASE 
IN COCHLEAR BLOOD FLOW
Mg increases blood flow to the inner ear, 
removes waste, and increases oxygenation 
of tissues, helping the cells of the inner ear
to work at a higher level of efficiency. 

Blood flow to the inner ear decreases 
with exposure to loud noise, resulting in 
less efficient cellular function 
that can lead to tinnitus. 

By blocking the decrease in inner ear 
blood flow, Mg is preventing decreased 
efficiency and the resulting tinnitus.ph of text
MAGNESIUM BLOCKS THE DECREASE 
IN COCHLEAR BLOOD FLOW
Mg increases blood flow to the inner ear, 
removes waste, and increases oxygenation 
of tissues, helping the cells of the inner ear
to work at a higher level of efficiency. 

Blood flow to the inner ear decreases 
with exposure to loud noise, resulting in 
less efficient cellular function 
that can lead to tinnitus. 

By blocking the decrease in inner ear 
blood flow, Mg is preventing decreased 
efficiency and the resulting tinnitus.

How will Soundbites help?

Although the range of conditions varies considerably, those who perceive the negative effects of compromised auditory function are also able to perceive the positive effects of the Soundbites micronutrients to maintain normal function of auditory cells.

With Soundbites ‘on board’, those who are exposed to high intensity noise may not experience temporary loss of hearing sensitivity, distortion of sounds, muffling of sounds, or perception of tinnitus during or immediately after exposure, or may perceive reduced symptoms from that exposure.

Those with permanent hearing impairment and chronic tinnitus may perceive relief from tinnitus symptoms and improvement in hearing acuity.
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