Still Awake?

Sleep disturbances are common with ear ringing and 77% of tinnitus sufferers say their symptoms are most bothersome when they try to sleep. New Lipo-Flavonoid® Night with melatonin is designed to help.

Sonorest Sleep Tones

A compact ambient noise machine, designed by experts, for tinnitus sufferers specific needs. Helps to create a tranquil, soothing environment for tinnitus sufferers to relax and fall asleep.

Ringing in the Ears?
You are not alone.

50 million people in the United States experience tinnitus to some degree.

Source: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey conducted by the CDC

Lipo-Flavonoid® Plus is the #1 doctor recommended ear health supplement for ringing in the ears whose therapeutic benefit has been widely recognized in over 50 years of use and study.

50 Years of Clinical Experience
Just Got Better

Introducing NEW Lipo-Flavonoid Night
with time-release Melatonin.

More than 50 years of Clinical Experience

Lipo-Flavonoid® Plus is a natural bioflavonoid product that has been used extensively for decades for the treatment of tinnitus. Lipo-Flavonoid has been used and evaluated in clinical settings for over 50 years, and continues to be the #1 recommendation of doctors for relief of ringing in the ears* ”)
(*Source: April 2016 survey)

History of Lipo-Flavonoid

white noise generator

The NEW Sonorest Sleep Tones is a compact ambient noise machine designed specifically for tinnitus sufferers so they can fall asleep, stay asleep, and awake refreshed – despite ringing or other phantom noises in their ears.

Sonorest Sleep Tones features:

  • 3 distinct sound spectrums
  • Tone control
  • Volume control
  • Sleep timer
  • Dimming light panel
  • Internal Memory
  • USB power input
  • Battery backup
Get Sleep Today!

Does it seem like you have a whistle blowing in your head constantly?

Individuals with tinnitus sometimes describe the sound as a high-pitch whistle. Other individuals describe the sound as buzz, chirp, whoosh or pulse. 

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Did You Know?

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    Tinnitus can be a side effect of medications - more than 200 drugs are known to cause tinnitus when you start or stop taking them.

  • People who work in noisy environments can develop tinnitus over time when ongoing exposure to noise damages tiny sensory hair cells in the inner ear.

  • Tinnitus is one of the most common service-related disabilities among veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.

  • Some people develop tinnitus for no obvious reason, which can cause fatigue, depression, anxiety, and problems with memory and concentration.

Source: National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD)

If you don’t find relief with use as directed for 60 days we’ll refund your purchase.

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