After several difficult months of dizziness and stress, I’m exhausted. It hasn’t been easy.
But today is a very different kind of day.
And its days like today that make it all worthwhile.
Because today, after ten months, and hundreds of hours of the hardest work I’ve ever done, my new book – Rewiring Tinnitus: How I Finally Found Relief From the Ringing in My Ears – is finally finished and available now on Amazon!
And I couldn’t be more proud.
My tinnitus developed as a result of a somewhat rare, chronic inner ear disorder called Meniere’s disease.
And for most people with Meniere’s disease, tinnitus isn’t usually the top priority.
It’s a big problem, sure, but the violent vertigo and constant disequilibrium are far more pressing, especially to the newly diagnosed.
Yet in my journey with Meniere’s disease, there came a point when tinnitus became the major issue. I was tormented by the sound, day and night. And as I found ways to improve my other symptoms, my tinnitus just kept getting worse.
In a strange way, this book is a direct result of writing my first book, Mind Over Meniere’s. I never would have started exploring tinnitus in the way that I did otherwise.
But I’m grateful, because I found a strategy for improving tinnitus that actually works.
And Tinnitus is a much bigger problem than I ever could have imagined.
Close to 50 million people suffer from tinnitus in the US alone. Worldwide, it’s almost 600 million.
A Better Way Forward:
I’ve come to believe that if you have tinnitus, the only question that matters is: “Does it bother you?”
Because if it does, you can do something about it. It’s the only thing you actually have the power to change.
There isn’t a cure or a reliable way to reduce the volume, but you can change your emotional reaction to the sound and dramatically improve your quality of life.
You can live in harmony with the sound, and get to a place where it stops bothering you.
That’s what this book is about.
My tinnitus drove me crazy for a long time. But in my journey with Meniere’s disease, I stumbled on to simple exercises that radically changed my emotional, psychological, and physiological reaction to the sound of my tinnitus.
And what started as a lucky accident, evolved into a system that changed my life and banished my tinnitus to the background of my mind.
Too many people are told they “just have to live with it.” And that’s unacceptable to me.
Too many people have had to endure the torture of tinnitus for far too long.
Too many people simply can’t afford the high cost conventional of treatment.
It’s time for a change.
It’s time you found relief, too.
Rewiring Tinnitus is available now (just in time for Christmas!)
(If you have Kindle Unlimited, which is Amazon’s Netflix for books, it’s completely free. If you don’t have it, you can click here for a free month, and still read it for free!)
P.S. If money is an issue for you, and you want either book, just shoot me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org). I’m happy to help you out!