Hi, Janice here
I chalked it up to working in loud restaurant and nightclubs and thought it would go away. It didn’t! I did some research and tried some things.
If you are suffering from an annoying high pitched ringing in your ears (known as tinnitus), please take a few minutes to read my complete story.
Years ago I got a job working in the kitchen of a very busy restaurant. It was a really fun place to work. I loved the hectic pace. There was a lot of activity, laughter and it was REALLY loud. After a few years working in the kitchen I was hired to be a waitress out front.
Okay, this place was rather rowdy. And on Friday and Saturday nights they’d hire a rock band. Monday-Thursday they’d have a DJ playing loud dance music after 10.
I loved working at this place but I started to notice I had a problem when I’d go home and try to sleep. I would have this high pitched ringing in my ears. And it made it hard to fall asleep. (I still had to get up and go to school)
I assumed that after I stopped working in this loud restaurant the ringing would eventually go away.
I was wrong!
2 years after leaving that job the occasional high pitched noise was turning into a constant ringing in my ears. It seemed to get louder and quieter, but it never seemed to go away.
I decided to do some surfing on the internet and I found that this constant ringing in my ears is called “tinnitus”. Also, it wasn’t necessarily caused by the loud music or noise. Most experts say that can trigger it, or be a factor, but many people who suffer from tinnitus aren’t exposed to loud noises.
I was discussing my problem with a really good friend over lunch one day and she told me her mother had had a terrible time with tinnitus. (It really can be distracting and frustrating.) Her mother bought a book and followed it and had great success. I wrote down the name and ordered it online. (here’s a link to it). Honestly, it didn’t work for me. It helped, but it didn’t get rid of my tinnitus.
I guess like most things, what works for one person might not work for everyone.
I saw a product advertised on TV and decided to try it. Went to my local drug store and couldn’t find it. The pharmacist said they didn’t stock it.
I did some more research and read some online reviews and ordered it.
The product is called Tinnitus Control.
It really, really worked for me. I noticed a difference after the day. Within 7 days I had to remember to check to see if my ears were ringing. I had to go somewhere very quiet to notice that the ringing was very faint. After about 2 weeks I had ZERO ringing in my ears.
WARNING: I’m not sure if it was the Tinnitus Control or not, but about 3 days after starting the spray and pills I got the worst cold. I usually get a cold once or twice per winter, so I can’t say that the cold was brought on by this product, but I just wanted you to know in case it happens to you. That was the only possible side effect I found with this product (and the cold only lasted a few days).
Here’s the details about Tinnitus Control
It comes with pills and spray. You do two sprays into your mouth 2 or 3 times a day. You also take 2 of the pills twice a day. That’s it. It isn’t a drug, it’s a homeopathic remedy and it’s registered with the FDA.
If you are like me, you won’t realize just how distracted and unfocused tinnitus makes you until you eliminate it. I can’t believe how much happier and more energetic I am. I didn’t realize just how much my constant ringing ears were taking away from my day to day life.
Will this work for you? Honestly, I don’t know. I’ve read a few online reviews by people who reported it didn’t help them. Then again, I tried the Tinnitus Miracle solution ebook that my friends mom swears by, and it really didn’t work for me.
The only way to know if this is your solution or not is for YOU to try it. (And if it doesn’t work you can contact them on the website and get a refund)
All I can tell you is that it worked for me, and you should really try something. It’s much better not having the constant ringing in my ears because of tinnitus.
Thanks for reading