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Don't be so sure, see https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28132726
Quote: "45% of patients reported total tinnitus suppression"
Yes, otosclerosis is one of them. There's more.
People who don't suffer the consequences from their advice often have a very high threshold for risk taking.
I'm not sure she knows what Tinnitus is. She seems to be associating it with its causes, as if "fixable causes" (like wax near the ear drum, or an...
@Natalie Roberts - Thanks for the update! Glad to see you're doing better!
That's the thing. You think you didn't need them because you've never felt this happen to you all these times you didn't wear them, but what most...
@addot - Have you had an audiogram done? What does it look like?
That's where noise cancelling headphones can come in handy. With them you don't have to crank the volume so high to compete with the outside noise.
Wilden's study is of course interesting, but he doesn't seem to have a placebo group, so we can't tell if improvements are due to the laser or due...
I couldn't find a lot of contradiction as I read them today. I just grabbed a handful that came from my search on pubmed and they all seem to...
There is scientific data published about it. Just look it up.
One example. Randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled.
The issue is that you...
I'm not sure I'd draw this one up as ignorance and lack of awareness. If anything, it sounds like he knows exactly what he's doing and deciding to...
There's also the IndieGogo pitch:
I think this is it:
Sounds like that's where they went? I'm a bit confused by the statements. See below: