How You Can Reduce Ear Ringing with Dr. Tonya Farmer and WebMD

Do you suffer from tinnitus? You aren’t alone. About 15% of all adults in the United States suffer from tinnitus, and at least 2 million Americans say that “phantom” noises in their ears make it nearly impossible for them to function normally in day-to-day life.

Dr. Tonya Farmer, board-certified otolaryngologist, says, “Ear ringing or tinnitus is often described as an internal high-pitched tone, a humming noise or a swooshing sound that usually occurs when there is some type of damage to the supporting cells of auditory nerves.”

She recommends for nighttime relief, a low-level white noise machine or an in-ear masking device can help suppress ear ringing.

Dr. Farmer also says, “For a safe alternative, Lipo Flavonoid Ear Ringing Support is an effective ear health supplement doctors recommend for reducing ear ringing. It contains a proprietary blend of high-potency ingredients clinically shown to help relieve ear ringing.”

You can find Lipo Flavonoid Ear Ringing Relief in stores nationwide or online. Buy yours here and ask your doctor if it's right for you.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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