Tinnitus 911 Reviews: Effective Treatment or Total Scam?

Hello, my name is Dr. Ben Thompson. I’m an audiologist and tinnitus specialist. Today I’m going to talk about Tinnitus 911, also pronounced Tinnitus 911 and whether those pills can help tinnitus or hurt tinnitus or do nothing.

Tinnitus 911 Reviews: Effective Treatment or Total Scam?
Tinnitus 911 Reviews: Effective Treatment or Total Scam?

As you can tell, I like natural things. I have this nice plant next to me and I would love for there to be a natural, easy, quick, fast way to reduce tinnitus. In most case cases, there’s not. And if there is, I’m going to scream it from the rooftops.

Tinnitus 911 is an herbal supplement that I ordered online and I looked at the ingredients and I tested it out and I asked our community and I asked our professional community, does this work? And the overwhelming answer is no.

So my advice to you here is don’t waste your money on Tinnitus 911. Now who am I? Why should you trust me? I’m an audiologist that has spent the last years of my life focused 100% on tinnitus. What are the causes?

What are the therapies and treatments that can help reduce the condition? Ultimately, how do you get better from this condition? That’s what we all care about. The herbal supplements are a distraction and a false promise that do not actually work.

There are no FDA approved medications for tinnitus and that includes Tinnitus 911. Tinnitus 911 is an herbal supplement advertised to relieve tinnitus symptoms, reduce noise sensitivity, and improve cognitive function.

It contains the following main ingredients vitamin C, niacin, vitamin B six B twelve folic acid, garlic, olive leaf, hibiscus flour, juniper berry and green tea leaf. None of the ingredients in Tinnitus 911 have been scientifically proven to reduce tinnitus.

While it’s good that all the ingredients are natural and thus may support overall health and wellness, in theory, patients who are maintaining a balanced diet wouldn’t have any need to take this supplement. This is a short break from today’s video to announce the tinnitus Guide by Treble Health do you want to learn about the newest tinnitus treatments and management tips?

Click the link in the description of this video to get your free copy of the Tinnitus Guide by Treble Health. Overall, we would not recommend Tinnitus 911. If you’re struggling with tinnitus or need some help, or are feeling overwhelmed with what are your options for therapy and treatment?

Please take advantage of our telehealth service. Treble Health is a company that I started a few years ago after I realized that many people need help with tinnitus and often your local doctors, audiologists, ent doctors, don’t have the solution for you.

They simply don’t understand how to treat this condition, and they don’t give many resources. If you’re someone who’s looking for help, please contact us or follow the link below this video to schedule a free consultation with one of our leading doctors who can learn about your case, learn about your history, and offer some advice on how to move forward.

Thank you so much. My name is Dr. Ben Thompson. Signing off. Bye bye. Thank you for watching today’s video with Treble Health. Check out our next video by clicking the button on this screen or another recommended video. And if you’re not already, make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel. Thanks so much. See you on the next video.

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