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    Don't Let Tinnitus Ruin Your Sleep

    Sleep is increasingly recognized as a vital public health need. According to data collected by the National Sleep Foundation and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 62% of Americans experience difficulties with sleeping at least a few nights each week, while 29% of Americans get an average of 6 hours or less of sleep each night. Not sleeping well enough can also affect your social life, romantic partnerships and even your work. Sleep-related issues cost US employers about $18 billion in lost productivity.

    For millions of people, the cause of their sleep-related issues can be linked to tinnitus. Tinnitus, or "ringing in the ears," occurs when people hear noises that do not have an external source. For some people those noises are akin to a ringing sound, while others report hearing a humming, buzzing or even chirping sound. The CDC estimates that 50 million people in the US experience some degree of tinnitus. Of that population, 20 million experience chronic burdensome tinnitus and 2 million have extreme and debilitating cases of the condition.

    The number one complaint among all tinnitus sufferers is the inability to relax enough to sleep – and although there is no cure for tinnitus, there are a number of ways to manage symptoms and get a restful night's sleep. Over-the-counter remedies, such as Lipo-Flavonoid® and new Lipo-Flavonoid Night with melatonin, have proven effective in reducing symptoms related to ear ringing.3 In fact, it is the #1 ENT doctor recommended product for over the counter tinnitus relief. It is the only product in its category supported by 50 years of clinical experience.

    Melatonin is widely known to help your body's natural clock stay on track and help you sleep. Your body naturally produces the hormone, but supplementing that natural production can help you continue to get the right amount even as you age. Experts recommend that integrating Lipo-Flavonoid's new night formulation that features melatonin into your tinnitus management can help you fall asleep, stay asleep, and wake refreshed.1,2 There's also the Sonorest Sleep Tones®, a sound machine from the makers of Lipo-Flavonoid, specially designed for tinnitus sufferers to help them relax and fall asleep.

    To learn more about tinnitus and how Lipo-Flavonoid can help you sleep more soundly, visit LipoFlavonoid.com.

    1. Demographics and General Wellness, American Tinnitus Association website ATA.org
    2. April 2016 Survey. Clarion Brands Inc. data on file
    3. Hurtuk A, et al. Melatonin: can it stop the ringing? Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology, July 2011

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