“Tinnitus Cure” vs. “Tinnitus Treatment” – The difference between the two, and why it matters
If you google the term “tinnitus cure” you’ll run into a long list of treatments and remedies that are “proven” to “cure” tinnitus.
The term “cure” is a loaded term – it is the strongest of all possible claims – it is a promise that a product will eliminate your tinnitus entirely. This claim is made despite the fact that the overwhelming consensus among the leading experts and scientists in the field of tinnitus research is that there exists no effective “cure” at this moment in time. Moreover, the exact pathophysiology of the disease is still being figured out.
Among these “cures,” you’ll find:
- Homeopathic “natural” treatments whose main ingredient is diluted water and whose mechanism of action is analogous to magic
- Various e-books which contain the “secret” to “curing tinnitus” using multiple “wholistic” methods (whatever that means)
- Assorted “natural” products which contain unspecified natural ingredients
- We point out the relevant scientific studies which were completed in support of the efficacy of Tailor-Made Notched Sound Therapy
- We do not claim to cure tinnitus, we claim that there is evidence that AudioNotch can treat it by lowering the volume of your tinnitus. A quiet ringing is better than a loud ringing, and makes a world of difference.