How To Improve Your Hearing Naturally

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Improve Your Hearing Naturally – Natural Methods To Improve Your Hearing

What if I told you there are very effective all natural methods you can use at home to restore your lost hearing, safely, with no side effects?

How would you like to hear out of both ears equally, clearly and be able to understand every word other people are saying? IF So… Then this might be the most important message you ever read.

Do you blast the TV so loud it drives everyone else nuts? Is hearing loss affecting your social life, your family, your career and maybe even your safety?

Will you be able to hear that intruder breaking into your house in the middle of the night? What about the smoke detector that did not wake you because you were sleeping on your good ear?

Is trying to function at social events almost impossible? Maybe conversations get drowned out by background noise and all you can do is pretend you are listening or constantly ask the person to repeat what they said. It may seem like everyone is mumbling. It is very frustrating.

Let me introduce myself. My name is Mike Tucker, I recently turned 50 and I was struck with sudden hearing loss, I lost most of my hearing in one ear and 10% in the other.

I had trouble hearing the TV, could not understand phone conversations and was constantly saying what…. It seemed like everyone was mumbling to me. I could hear people talking but not understand the words.

I couldn't understand most conversations, music or TV. Conventions, seminars, meetings rooms, (all work related environments for me) were impossible to understand. I had more and more difficulties with just about everything. I began to withdraw into my own world.

I was always asking people to repeat things, sometimes two and three times. Also for me, with only one ear, I was not able to tell where sound was coming from. When I heard a noise, I needed to look around the room to tell where it came from, or who was talking.

I went through depression and withdrew from the few friends I had left. Family and relatives didn't want to talk to me on the phone because they knew I could not hear them well.

Social situations became next to impossible to function at so I avoided places where I knew I would not be able to hear anyways (talks, lectures, parties, bars). I made up excuses not to go out when invited.

Generally, any social situation with music was out. If I was going where there was going to be a lot of people (and a lot of background rumble), I found it was practically impossible to carry on a conversation.

I had developed many bad habits (pretending to hear, nodding & smiling, not being direct about my difficulty hearing, avoidance).

When my problem began I went to my G.P. who found nothing wrong and referred me to a ENT. From there I was put on antibiotics, to “see” if they helped. Next…




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