sonus complete If “How can I stop my tinnitus?” is a question you find yourself desperately seeking an answer to, then stay tuned. Today, we’re going to help you to discover how simple this can really be. In fact, it can really be as easy as just identifying the root cause of your symptoms, and the reverse-engineering them until you no longer suffer from the condition.
The doctors don’t really seem to understand. Your friends and co-workers don’t understand. And, most importantly it seems like your family doesn’t understand. You feel like no one can possibly understand and therefore you tend to lash out at the people closest to you.
Now that you’re back at work and ready for a new year, it’s always a great idea to remind yourself of the good times. How does this help your tinnitus? Well, think about it for a moment. When you were engaged in these joyful activities how much did your tinnitus bother you? Most likely not as much as when you’re stressed out at work, that’s for sure.
I can suffer, feel sorry for myself and have spend the rest of my life in misery OR learn to accept Tinnitus and learn to coexist with it and ignore it when I feel like it.
Because of the tinnitus, I now teach people how to find their inner strength and use it to conquer their mind’s attachment to illness, vulnerabilities, emotional burdens, and fears. And yet, with all of my professional credits, nothing in my life’s journey comes close to my personal accomplishment of conquering my tinnitus. No, I may never experience silence again. But tinnitus now serves as a beacon in my life. It is no longer the cruel enemy that once controlled me.
5) Read a book by four Professors, Andersson, Baguley, McKenna and McFerran called ‘Tinnitus, A Multidisciplinary Approach’, recommended for all hearing-aid audiologists and the curious hard-of-hearing person. For an academic book, it is quite readable. One Audiologist said he had read it three times! If you are lucky you might hear Professor McKenna at an audiology conference or a deaf charity event (Action on Hearing Loss) where he tries to spread the word. He has been trying to roll out tinnitus and suddenly people are taking notice. Better late than never!
That’s why I now offer my program to others. Because part of my healing process in life is to share the same information that’s helped me with anyone I can. So, I use the internet to help me do it. Everyday I put myself and my reputation on the line by offering people the opportunity to learn something that might make their tinnitus better and make their lives more enjoyable.
As a master of sound, I can tell you that the most beautiful sound I’ve ever heard is the suspended space between two musical notes – that open space of “no sound,” of silence. It’s such a great gift. But I’ve learned that other profound gifts do come, and from the strangest forms of suffering. As my loving wife once said in one desperate attempt to save my life, “It’s your choice.” And so I’ve chosen.