The author of A Course In Miracles, Thomas Coleman, was himself a tinnitus sufferer. He tried to treat it a number of ways, but none of them worked. He then set out to resolve his own condition by putting his training as a nutritionist and health researcher to work. After 14 years of research, he found the relief he sought for himself, and he has gathered his discoveries in what has become one of the most thorough books on tinnitus today.
Coleman begins the text by outlining his own struggle with tinnitus. He then goes right into the facts that lead to effective treatment results.
After laying a foundation of basic ear anatomy, he delves into the symptoms, causes, and treatments for tinnitus. With 263 pages of great content, Coleman backs up his belief that people can best attain their goal of lasting tinnitus relief when they are best informed. Tinnitus can arise from any number of underlying conditions or from more than one condition at once, and Coleman is well aware of that. Thus, he knows that each person’s case is unique and treatment must be tailored in view of that.
When it comes to the 5-step treatment method itself, Coleman covers everything in detail. He spells out the reason for each step, how it works, and why it is effective. Because individual needs can differ, the 5-step process can be fully tailored to personal specifications, and he provides detailed step by step instructions. You will find great charts, surveys and checklists that help you follow the process easily, always knowing right where you are and where you need to go next.
Tinnitus Miracle nearly always gets great consumer reviews. It also boasts an astoundingly low return rate of less than one percent. Some criticism has been made concerning typos in the book, and a few can be found, but the way we see it is that a few typos in the text are more than offset by the high quality of information. We have also read some complaints about the treatment process itself calling for lifestyle adjustments for some people, such as dietary changes. Well, we all might wish that tinnitus could be cured as simply as taking a pill.