Monday, May 15, 2017

The Tinnitus-Brain Secret Link


For decades doctors believed tinnitus was an ear problem.

They were WRONG!

Studies performed at leading universities around the world revealed that tinnitus is actually a brain problem that destroys the auditory cortex.

A study done by neuroscientist Winfried Schlee at the University of Konstanz in Germany used MEG (magnetoencephalography) to scan the brains of tinnitus-stricken patients.

What they found was quite disturbing: tinnitus doesn't fry just the auditory cortex. It sends ripples out across the entire brain which over-stimulates neurons. read more..

This leads tinnitus sufferers to develop life-threatening diseases such as Alzheimer's, dementia, diabetes, hypertension and even cancer.

Even with this undeniable proof in hand, the medical community still views tinnitus as a minor condition.

But luckily, a rogue researcher broke the status quo and developed a "brain hack" to neutralize tinnitus once and for all.

And he's freely sharing it with the world.

Find out the details here

Uncover the scientific breakthrough that silences tinnitus forever.

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