Things to Love and Dislike about the book


I don’t like to speak ill of a great product, especially one that was prepared with great care and extensive research.  Maybe it’s the “engineer” in me that always wants things black and white. I like clear cut systems to solve problems.

Things I dislike about the Tinnitus Miracle

Although quite comprehensive, the book will have you rely on testing various methods until you can solve your Tinnitus problem. For most people, the lessons just from step 1 will greatly reduce the ringing in your ear.  Thomas lays out quite a number of herbs and vitamins that will provide relief.  He also goes into detail of what foods to avoid and also those that will be of benefit.  There are so many choices especially in regards to the herbs, that it may take some time and effort to find the right combination that will work for your Tinnitus.  Well, what should i expect?  The solution to my own Tinnitus will not come on a silver platter.  It will take some effort on my part. After all, every person’s Tinnitus has a different primary cause.

The book itself is 335 pages in length and i’m a slow reader.  What i found was that it’s a quick read and uses language that is easy to comprehend. Ask yourself this.  If you could cure your Tinnitus, would you read 335 pages? I think yes.

Things I Love about the Tinnitus book

  • The author, Thomas Coleman takes you through a deeper understanding of the complexities of the ear and how it functions.  This helps to provide some basis for finding a cure.
  • He also explains that Tinnitus affects each person differently and will need their own individual cure. Most ear specialists will have a more narrow approach and often fail to fix the issue.
  • There are a few checklists to complete so you understand how severe of a problem you have.  Thomas also gives some baseline statistics of Tinnitus sufferers, so you know how you compare with thousands of others.
  • He does lay out a 5-step plan for curing your Tinnitus starting with the easy things to try: herbs, vitamins and foods. For many step 1 will solve most of the problem
  • The Tinnitus book proposes a holistic approach to solving your ear ringing.  Because of this, you have a much higher chance of actually fixing the problem. For many, the solution is not physical. Thomas will take you through methods to help your brain mask the ongoing ringing.  This in essence will break the loop so to speak.

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Things to Love and Dislike about the book — 4 Comments

  1. When I was first diagnosed with Tinnitus two years ago, I was devastated and confused. My audiologist insisted that I had to deal with it and that the hearing loss that accompanied the Tinnitus was not going to vanish. I could not accept that. Having read a recommendation about the Tinnitus Miracle in an online forum, I had nothing to lose so I bought this terrific book. I can honestly say that it has been so helpful to me that I feel like crying just talking about it. My Tinnitus had vanished. Gone in a matter of weeks. My hearing is also almost back to normal.

    • hello im sending this message in hopes of finding something that will help my wife ringing problem she has had in her right ear for over the course of ten months. im reading these reviews and am feeling some sense of relief that if i purchase this book that it will be of a great help. PLease tell me its not to good to be true i am desperate for any info out there or reply thank you very much.

  2. From this description alone I actually love what you dislike about tinnitus miracle. I love that fact that it has so many different things that you can try, because that’s what I really need right now. Believe me when I say that I’ve tried everything I could to get rid of my symptom, but nothing has worked for me so far. So for me the more the options I can get from tinnitus miracle to fix this, the better.

  3. At this point I don’t care how, I just want to fix this and live tinnitus free forever. I was healthy as a horse just few years back and now I’m a shell of myself because of tinnitus. People have a hard time believing how debilitating tinnitus really is, but you try living with ringing sound 24/7 for several years and see if you can keep your sanity. Give me any solution, I’m willing to try.

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