Did I Get Bit From the Shark Tank Tinnitus Miracle Pill?

New ‘Miracle Pill’ That Can Stop The Ringing

At least that’s “Why Every Judge On Shark Tank Backed This Product!”  You’ve probably seen the ad, or something like it,
that looks like a Fox News article, although it may not be a Fox News article just the ad company using the Fox News Logo,
that talks about the product called Tinnitec, or many related products.  The ad has pictures of all the “sharks” talking about
the Miracle pill that can stop the ringing in your ears and several glowing

The article goes on to say that the product creator presented it to the Sharks and they accepted it, re-branded it, and put it on the
market and it became an instant success because it actually worked.  And if you’re like me and you have that dreaded
ringing in your ears you desperately want to believe that it really works so you eagerly bought it.

My first shipment of Tinnitec just arrived so I’ll be writing a review soon to let you know
what my results are.

Where Does Tinnitus Come From

Who knows. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control estimates that nearly 15% of the general public — over 50 million Americans
– experience some form of tinnitus.  Roughly 20 million people struggle with burdensome chronic tinnitus, while 2 million
have extreme and debilitating cases.

When it comes to tinnitus there seems to be many possible causes.  It may have been something from your childhood where
you were exposed to extremely loud noises or to an experience you had in your adolescent years such as loud music or exposure
to gunfire.  Possibly, there was something in your  early adult life when you attended a  concert or worked a job that exposed
you to loud machinery and you didn’t wear ear protection.   

Medical doctors, researchers, and scientists have done exhaustive studies on the relationship between the brain and the auditory
pathways and how they may relate when it comes to tinnitus.  Just type “what causes tinnitus” in the Google search bar and
you’ll get 15 million
results so I will not be reciting all the scientific articles in this blog article. 

My main focus here is going to be the relationship between epilepsy and tinnitus and also if epilepsy drugs, aka
anti convulsant drugs, cause tinnitus.   

Epilepsy and Tinnitus

Tinnitus is caused by external factors but also internal factors and it is those internal factors that doctors until only recently
have begun to discover that epilepsy and tinnitus have much in common. Just in the last two years I have been waiting
for the drug trials to begin on an experimental drug that will treat not just epilepsy but also tinnitus.

This experimental compound could help people with tinnitus by preventing hyper-excitation of nerve cells in auditory
pathways but at the same time it may have an affect on the same nerve cells of some types of seizures.  

Epilepsy Drugs and Tinnitus

In contrast, to the anticonvulsant drugs that are going to help epilepsy and tinnitus are the current anticonvulsant
drugs that actually m
ake tinnitus worse. This is from my personal experience and from the many forums and thousand
of testimonials I’ve read. So the question is, is it the epilepsy or is it the epilepsy drugs that make the tinnitus worse?
I really feel the doctor’s who are honest and forthcoming admit they actually have no idea. They have good theories
and hypotheses but they are still in the research and discovery phase so for now the question is… 

will  a natural product stop the ringing in the ears of a person that
has epilepsy and takes anti- convulsant drugs.  

Tinnitec is the First and Hopefully the Last Case Study of Tinnitus Remedies

I was introduced to Anthony Romano after I made it through the Shark Tank reviews…

He started talking about this simple, natural method that worked like nothing I’d ever
used before AND that B
IG Pharma and BIG Government had absolutely nothing to do
with it.  I heard all natural and I was all ears. (lol Freudian slip)

Click on the image below and you can LISTEN TO OR READ the story of You can hear his story here….

 So like I mentioned, my name is Anthony Romano…











Okay, like I said before my first shipment of Tinnitec just arrived so I’ll be writing a review soon to let you know
what my results are.

I’m going to keep you to up to date on my progress.


If you want to join me –  get yours by clicking on the image below










6 Replies to “Did I Get Bit From the Shark Tank Tinnitus Miracle Pill?”

  1. By virtue of the fact you haven’t posted an update as promised, can we safely assume this product doesn’t work as advertised??

    1. I am about at the end of the bottle and it has not stopped the ringing, report was forthcoming, however that does not mean it won’t work for you. I do think it helped my hand tremors. Everyone has different health issues. I have had 2 brain surgeries, take a 1000mgs of anti convulsant medication everyday, and still have a active epilepsy. The seizure medication I take causes tinnitus. In your case, you don’t have to buy it from this website but it seems that if you had tinnitus you would at least try.

  2. If you really want to stop the ringing there is a natural solution. My ears have been ringing for 40 years. I thought it was from listening to loud rock music until my mother told me she has it too. The cause is the Epstein Barr virus. Doctors don’t know because they aren’t looking for this as a cause. And even it they did, they might not find it because it goes through multiple elusive mutations as it matures. The solution is not commercially available but you can read about it in the book Medical Medium by Anthony William. He lists what fruits, vegetables and supplements to take to fix it. I haven’t tried it because I’ve heard the ringing for so long I‘m no longer bothered by it.

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