Broad A: So, Z….what’s doing down there in sunny Florida?
Broad Z: What? I can’t hear you.
Broad A: I said WHAT’S HAPPENING?
Broad Z: Damn ringing in my ears, I still can’t hear you.
Broad A: I didn’t know you have tinnitus.
Broad Z: I don’t, I’ve got the phone by my ear and it keeps ringing…LOL.
Broad A: That’s not funny “Z” – ringing in the ears is SERIOUS.
Broad Z: S-o-r-r-y “A”
Broad A: You never cease to amaze me. You know, some of our readers might suffer from tinnitus and you shouldn’t be making fun of it.
Broad Z: But, what can they do about it?
Broad A: Well, remember that Lipoflavonoid Plus that we were sent? It provides nutritional support to improve circulation in the inner ear – this dietary supplement is a good one. I am a supplement freak and I figure, why not a supplement for the ear – I use lutein for my eyes, and CQ10 and SAMe and…..the list goes on forever (now you know where Alex gets his propensity for ALL THINGS HEALTHY!).
Broad Z: That’s why you’re 5 years older than me and look 15 years younger than you are “A.” So, should I be taking this stuff?
Broad A: That’s up to you “Z.” I don’t have ear problems – YET – but am going to try this anyway! Since it is a natural supplement, can’t hurt.
Broad A: For those who are suffering Dr. Cheng (ENT) offers some suggestions to try that might help.
- Avoiding caffeine or alcohol
- Managing stress
- Avoiding exposure to additional loud noises which can aggravate tinnitus further (invest in a good pair of ear plugs).
- Controlling blood pressure
- Decreasing salt/sodium intake
- Take Lipo-Flavonoid, www.lipoflavonoid.com, a nutritional supplement that contains the B complex group of vitamins in a base of lipotropic agents, such as choline, inositol and pantothenic acid, plus vitamin C and bioflavonoids. “Seventy percent of my patients with tinnitus have had some level of success with Lipo-Flavonoid[RL&A2], which provides nutritional support to improve circulation in the inner ear for overall ear health.” The exact formulation of ingredients in Lipo-Flavonoid has been tested numerous times in clinical studies [RL&A3]on humans and the results have demonstrated relief and improvement in the tinnitus, he adds. For those with ringing in the ears, any improvement is a major benefit, since there is no known cure.
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