Tinnitus is a remarkably common condition marked by a pervasive disturbance to the inner ear. Symptoms vary in severity and tone, and their effect on one or both ears.

Sufferers often experience a high-pitch chirp, buzz, whoosh, hiss, or pulse that only they can hear. Sometimes the condition arises after a loud noise trauma, but it can also sneak up on people very suddenly with no cause or reason. Whether temporary or chronic, over 50 million Americans have experienced the annoyance.

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While there is no cure or definitive cause for tinnitus, it shouldn't stop you from living the life you deserve to live. There is a plethora of ways to manage and improve your life with it, from diet changes to stress management. It's time to explore your options. Lipo-Flavonoid can help.

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