You’re also probably wondering just how the book can offer “11 proven techniques” for conquering a condition as mystifying to you and medical professionals as tinnitus.
Well, one thing you need to know when you evaluate guide like this is that the recent surge in popularity of the self-help approach to tinnitus treatment is not a fad.
Ebooks like Geoff Barkers Stop The Ringing and the 334 page tinnitus recovery “Bible” Tinnitus Miracle, have sold tens of thousands of copies by giving sufferers who want more than blank stares, the hidden facts about their condition and time-tested natural therapies for overcoming it.
At just 24 pages, Geoff Barkers Stop The Ringing cuts to this chase with a brief overview of what tinnitus truly is and a list of causes that most people will never even consider. If, as doctors say, “accurate diagnosis is half the cure,” then grasping this part of the guide will be extremely important to your recovery process.
If you want some guidance when pinpointing your underlying tinnitus cause, this book will not be sufficient though and you’ll prefer Tinnitus Miracle’s systematic questionnaire approach to diagnosis.
One of the strong points of Geoff Barker Stop The Ringing is how it eases you into the world of alternative tinnitus treatment. It starts in this direction with some short and simple suggestions for basic areas of your lifestyle you may need to change to change your tinnitus fate.
This leads to more specific facts about how certain environmental factors and habits are conducive to and even cause tinnitus.
While a lot of these suggestions will indubitably be passed by for their “too obvious to be true” appearance, once you understand that tinnitus is virtually always the result of some sort of hidden health imbalance, you’ll see the power in their simplicity.
And although many of the tips in Geoff Barkers Stop the Ringing are preventative in nature, many more, such as not using stimulants and overcoming stress and anxiety have been scientifically proven to dramatically lower ear noise and its prevalence. Following any one of them could quite possibly even result in a cure.
Closing out Geoff Barkers Stop the Ringing are those aforementioned “11 proven techniques” that Barker apparently arrived at after years of research and testing.
If you’re looking for a quick-fix amongst these, you may just find it but keep in mind that they aren’t likely going to be enough to free you from the root causes of your condition – that will probably require that you make improvements in key aspects of your lifestyle, such as diet, exercise and rest.
It should also be noted that this section of the book, being just five pages long, is really scant on details, so you may have a hard time having faith in the basis for the 11 tinnitus remedies it outlines, most of which are scientifically sound.
If this is the case you’ll want to check out Tinnitus Miracle, which not only discusses hundreds of alternative therapies for turning off tinnitus, but gives you a step by step plan for determining which are likely to be most effective for you and how to use them.
To sum up this Geoff Barkers Stop The Ringing review, it could be said that although the guide doesn’t offer anything unique enough to really merit the hype on its sales page and is too skimpy to give anyone a real solid plan, it’s a great quick start guide for anyone looking to start remedying their ear ringing from home.
Consistently apply the knowledge you gain from it and keep tweaking your plan based on your results and it could very well lead to your permanent resort from seemingly inescapable ear ringing.