The Tinnitus Miracle


The Tinnitus Miracle

Product :  Tinnitus Miracle
Format : e-book
Price : 37.00$
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Rating : 9.5 of 10


As you have navigated through my site you would have read that I like to talk about tinnitus and its relation to diet, music, exercise, stress etc. We can never know too much about a condition especially since it affects our everyday living. In the end, you have visited this site and come this far to explore more solutions to your tinnitus.

As mentioned from the welcome page, my goal here is to share with you not only my experiences but to offer you the best solutions I CAN, that I think will help you.

So without further delays, I am excited to offer you a review of a book that is fantastic when it comes to dealing with tinnitus.

This e-book, has helped thousands of men and women with any tinnitus issues that they have had and helped with the ringing sounds using natural techniques. No drugs, no risky surgery and no ‘“magic potions,” , just a follow of clinically proven scientific-accurate step-by-step methods found inside this amazing book.


Why is Tinnitus Miracle The Best Selling Tinnitus Cure Book In Internet History, With Thousands of Satisfied Men and Women in 127 Countries Worldwide?

Thomas Coleman, a certified nutritionist, health consultant and author made sure that in such an over saturated market, this “Tinnitus program” is not just a program, since it offers more in depth, comprehensive, complete, and precise guides, to tinnitus freedom, its more described as a “Tinnitus Bible.”

What makes it different from anything else on the market?

This book focuses more on a “curative” basis than on a “tinnitus help” program. It may sound like wordplay, but after reading the first chapter alone, you will be hooked, realizing that this is the way forward to fix the internal problem that is giving you that nasty sounds in your ears.

Another reason , that sets Tinnitus Miracle apart from others, is the attention that is paid to each and every element that is required to get rid of the sound in your ears, the natural way. You learn about the lies, myths and fallacies that is attached to this confusing subject. It simply is the most detailed book about Tinnitus.

The book is an extensive read (250 pages of solid content) and focuses only on natural methods to getting rid of the sounds in your ear quickly. Prescription medication, white noise or surgeries with nasty side effects are not even recommended  in this book. The Tinnitus Miracle core formula section(The 3step system), is a section whereby Thomas gives a detailed overview of each step and dives into the specifics in a perfect chronological order, holding nothing back. There are charts and checklists making it easy to know your progress in the program and its easy to follow.

Before you even consider…

This is not, a quick fix ‘fairy tale’ cure as it involves a holistic approach irrespective of your age, and aims to get rid of the sounds in your ears,  lots of  work and persistence from your side is a necessity. Mr Thomas, emphasizes that there is  a “no quick fix” philosophy throughout the entire book.

A drawback to this book is the amount of information that it contains and can make it overwhelming for the reader. Initially, it may be intimidating, however over time, with continued reading, the reader will feel more confident and be satisfied with this purchase and probably wont think of buying a book on this subject matter again.

Who will benefit most from Tinnitus Miracle?

Anyone, who wants to get rid of the sounds in their ears naturally and regain their natural inner balance. Its well organized and ideal for printing and reading in the comfort of your home.

The Results.

Tinnitus Miracle, is responsible for changing many lives and there are hundreds of inspiring testimonials and success stories on the Tinnitus Miracle website, to prove this.

Its fair to say that this is not for people, who want a “quick fix,” or a “magic bullet,” or “cure tinnitus in 2weeks” program.  If you are searching for the truth about Tinnitus and use alternative health , and have it in you to put the work and adopt lifestyle modifications, that is needed that Tinnitus Miracle may be one of the best investments that you will ever make in your life. Click here to learn more about Tomas Coleman’s Tinnitus Miracle

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  1. Dave Sweney

    Great review here. I suffer from tinnitus and have since spending 25 years in the military. As I retired I was given a complete physical and this was one of the findings…

    Since that time, the malady has gotten worse, more pronounced in different settings, and discomfurting to me. I have done a lot of reseach, and gone to the clinics but nothing seems to work.

    This book really appeals to me on many levels, and I will definitely check it out based on your excellent review. It is nice to have a site like this that specifically addresses tinnitus, I think I let you know I bookmarked it. Thanks!

    • Roopesh

      Hi Dave.

      Sorry to hear about what had happened to you whilst you were in the military.Tinnitus can be really nasty and affect one in lots of ways and if I can help in anyway, then I would feel fulfilled.At least, now you know that there is another option available to you.

      Let me know how your progress goe should you consider buying the book.Even if you don’t buy, if there is anything else you would like to know or want to chat, I am always available.

      Take Care


  2. Dave Sweney

    Great review here. I suffer from tinnitus and have since spending 25 years in the military. As I retired I was given a complete physical and this was one of the findings…

    Since that time, the malady has gotten worse, more pronounced in different settings, and discomfurting to me. I have done a lot of reseach, and gone to the clinics but nothing seems to work.

    This book really appeals to me on many levels, and I will definitely check it out based on your excellent review. It is nice to have a site like this that specifically addresses tinnitus, I think I let you know I bookmarked it. Thanks!

    • Roopesh

      Hi Dave.

      Thanks for bookmarking this site.This is my ultimate objective to be able to help someone else.I am glad that you enjoyed the review.Its always helps to keep our options open.

      I pray that you, like many others out there,find your way of dealing with tinnitus more easily and live life more comfortably, the way it ought to be.

      Take Care


  3. Jess

    Tinnitus is becoming more and more common. I think it’s fantastic that you are sharing your own experience in hopes of helping others. I am a holistic health coach so this program resonates with me, I’m all for any natural and alternative approach to healing.

    I’m curious, with your background in pharmacy have you found many conventional medicines effective in treating the symptoms of tinnitus, or do you choose to solely rely on alternative methods? Also I would love to hear some specific results you have personally experienced from applying the principles in the Tinnitus Miracle! Thanks 🙂

    • Roopesh

      Hi Jess.

      Thank you very much for your questions.

      My wife is in the natural healing field and as you know I am from the conventional medical background. I feel both of these disciplines have there place in not only treating tinnitus but for countless other conditions. The conventional medication that I have used previously and found of benefit where the antivirals coupled with corticosteroid therapy. This was followed under the recommendation and advice of an ENT.

      I think one of the specific aspects was and is the diet. Switching to a plant based diet and incorporating organic foods really helped and is helping the process.

      Hope this answers your questions.

      Kind Regards


  4. Ket

    My time in the military caused some hearing loss but I have always been the type to just pass it off as part of the job. There are occasions where I hear ringing or I get strange sharp pains in my ears but it only happens once in a while. Is tinnitus a constant ringing in the ears?

    • Roopesh

      Hi Ket

      Sorry to hear what had happened to you in the military. The ringing in your tinnitus can be quite bothersome, trust me I know. Glad that the pain is not as frequent, as if this does become so, I strongly suggest you have it checked out.

      Yes, tinnitus can definitely be constant ringing in the ears. It is especially pronounced when you are in quiet places. Please feel free to read my article , “What is tinnitus. ” to learn more.

      Should there be anything else, please do not hesitate to contact me.



  5. LakanDula

    The first few sentances of the review seem choppy and over-doubled spaced. But other than that this website really touches me, because I suffer from tinnitus and it can be a nightmare especially when trying to sleep or meditate in silence. Great review, and I have no doubt that mainstream bla blah doesn’t fix tinnitus. I saw a doctor and all they said was “sorry, there’s not much we can do” – sure got my money’s worth there… -_-

    • Roopesh

      Hi LakanDula

      Thanks for that heads up, I will sort it out, must be a glitch or something of that sort.

      Sorry to hear that you have tinnitus, we all know the feeling here.

      PLEASE, PLEASE do me one favour.DO NOT LISTEN TO ANYONE , who says that NOTHING CAN DONE.

      That is hogwash. There are millions of people out there with Tinnitus. We are all finding a way. There are different paths that we may take but the main point is that there is ALWAYS a way.

      Check out the rest of this website, try the alternatives that I RECOMMEND. There is something here that can make a difference. And if you find that nothing works do not despair, we are here and you can chat with me whenever you want to.

      Just Don’t Give UP, EVER!!

      Take Care of yourself..



  6. Susan

    Roopesh, thanks for the information. I look forward to checking out the book in the near future. I find it interesting that this condition must have been around for as long as human beings but has only come to light in the recent past. I don’t remember hearing about it until very recently.Is this a new area of scientific research or have people just ignored it in the past?

    • Roopesh

      Hi Susan

      Its a pleasure.

      Around 2million Americans have tinnitus. So it is very common. The intensity however will vary from one person to the next. Therefore,some people will find it less bothersome and will not report it all.

      Hope this answers your question. Please feel free to ask, if you would like to know more.

      Kind Regards


  7. Dyl

    I struggled with some tinnitus symptoms after suffering a traumatic head injury which resulted in a major concussion during Rugby. After a couple years it had subsided and I barley even notice it. This is a great article and I am glad that your whole site is dedicated to one cause!

    I will definitely be sure to check this book out and see what it has to offer me

    • Roopesh

      Hi Dyl

      Sorry to hear about your injury and the associated tinnitus that came with it.

      I am glad to hear though, that it has gone away and not that much of a bother.

      Thank you very much for the encouraging words. I feel the need to help others as I know exactly what it feels like and want others to have the support and help as they go through it.

      Let me know your thoughts on the book.

      Happy to meet you.

      All the best.


  8. Dominic

    Hi Roopesh

    Your site is informative and current.
    I do believe that you are under reporting the number of sufferers at 2 million. All the information I’ve seen indicates at leat 2 million severe cases but that 10 to 15% of the population is affected to some degree.

  9. Brenda

    Hi, I don’t usually write into blogs and sites on the computer, but somehow I stumbled upon something you wrote about tinnitus and found your site tonight — late hours. I wanted to share my experience to see if you have an opinion or suggestions.
    I am female, just turned 60 a couple of months ago. 10 months ago in the middle of the afternoon at work, I was “hit” out of the blue with sudden onset of extreme ringing in my head, got nauseated and extremely dizzy, could hardly hear myself talk, and my patient (I am a nurse) rushed to get help. Everyone sounded as if they were talking from another room. Short story is I was rushed to ER, where they did a CT of head and I was sent home with diagnosis of maybe a little fluid in my sinuses and was told the vertigo would get better. Gave me steroids. Turns out 10 months later I still can’t work. I have had 3 hearing tests, a CT and MRI. I lost complete hearing in my left ear. The tinnitus is unbearable some days and barely bearable the others. It “appears” to be on the side where I can’t hear, then occassionally it chimes in with shrill ringing on the other side! There are patterns sometimes, but always constant high pitched electrical or white noise sounds. The dizziness won’t go away. I have done all the head turning exercises. I am on my second try with new ENT and second try with PT. New ENT said I could have had an inner ear stroke. Have had second opinion with a new neurologist also and he ordered a CT Head and Neck Angiogram, which I am having Monday, along with an ECHO. I lose my balance so badly that I take a cane with me when I leave the house. I feel drunk or like I am on drugs constantly and am very self conscience when in public. No tumors were seen before when I had the CT and MRI so I’m thankful for that anyway. Talk has been mentioned of light stroke, or inner ear stroke. But things just keep piling on as I am foggy and can’t think straight. No energy. DEPRESSED. Blood sugar has been very high since the steroids and now I’m told my cholesteral is bad. Now I have to find out what the angiograms and ECHO will turn up. I know I have a huge problem with my diet, but I have no willpower at all. Just depressed. And of course now I have been started on an antidepresant, which is not helping much at all either. Forgive me for laying my problems all out there, but you seem like someone who truely does read these comments and questions and since I’m not a typical person who got tinnitus from working or being around loud noises and this happened out of the blue I wondered if you have ever heard of anything like my situation. I can’t seem to find any answers as to why this happened (other than I was told probably viral) and any ways to fix it…..I know I will never again hear out of my left ear, but if I could only find some way to get rid of the dizziness and balance problems and the darned tinnitus! I am not able to work, but Long Term Dissability just dropped me and told me they feel I could go back to my job as a nurse. I can hardly function at home and cannot imagine attempting to work under these conditions. I’m open to any opinion and/or suggestions. I guess your site is a place to delve into. I am a little interested in the accupuncture info or chiropractic/holistic docs or Chinese medicine.
    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Just for listening……guess you can tell I’m a little frustrated.

    • Hello Brenda
      Thank you so very much for sharing with us.

      I have had vertigo attacks, and I can relate to what you are going through. It is really an overwhelming experience. I remember my audiologist telling me that if I get those attacks on a frequent basis, then I could suffer from permanent hearing loss. I really have to watch myself as I am completely deaf in my right ear, and have to take care of the left ear.

      Regarding your situation, I think it would be best to see what the results are like on Monday and take your next step from there onwards. I am glad and relieved to know that you are free from tumors. Perhaps, it could be a viral infection. I must be honest, this is the first time I have heard of an inner ear stroke.

      At the end of the day, it is a battle that we have to fight and it can drain one out not only physically but emotionally and mentally as well.I will pray for you and hope that you hear some good news on Monday.

      It is a good idea to try out Acupuncture and the alternative therapies.You never know it may help. I recently heard about functional medicine.Not so clued up about it though.Perhaps that is worth a try.

      Everything of the best to you and keep in touch.

      • Melissa

        Don’t give up. I live with tinnitus at an unbearable level some days. I also get nauseated and dizzy. Some medication has helped with the dizziness and nausea. I only take it when it is unbearable because I do not like to take medications. Valium. That is the only thing that has helped me. They said I was have a sort of seizure that has caused the tinnitus, dizziness etc…. they also say it is stress related and migraine related. The valium helps along with a plant based diet, exercise, meditation, massage etc…. I have had to change my whole life and not allow this to rule me. No matter what do not give up. I want to some days and then I look at the people around me and get determined to fight one more day. When it gets to the point I think I am going to break, I pray more than normal and do whatever it takes to get through the day. You are not alone and are in my prayers. Thank god for this site. I would not make it some days without having a place to read that I am not alone.

        • I am so glad that you brought something very important up. Your words “not allow this to rule me,”
          We should not give in to the power of Tinnitus. This means living our life and doing things that we want to do.

          Sure, some things may be more difficult than they used to be, but its NOT a reason to give in.
          You have shared with us some good pointers. Thank you very much Melissa.
          Take Care

  10. Chris


    Great Article

    Tinnitus is something that unfortunately a lot of people suffer from.

    My mother has suffered from it for years and I think this book might be able to help her. She has tried quite a few unsuccessful treatments before so hopefully something like this could help.

    I am glad I stumbled across your website.


    • Roopesh

      Hi Chris

      Thanks for stopping by.I am sorry to hear about your mum’s situation.Let me know if there is anything else that I can help with you.

      Kind Regards


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