Anyone with tinnitus knows it’s a debilitating condition that affects everyday life. Constant ringing in the ears leads to depression, aggravation, and sometimes a feeling of utter hopelessness. We understand how you feel. Some days, tinnitus sufferers can’t even get out of bed. They are sleep-deprived, and sometimes struggle just to make it through the day. Tinnitus can be a miserable place to exist in, but we’re trying to find the silver lining. Though there isn’t a tinnitus cure, research and funding is making it possible for new tinnitus studies, some of which result in promising reduction of tinnitus symptoms. We are thankful for that, and we are holding on to hope that a medical breakthrough will come sooner than later.
With this hope, we are also taking time to reflect on other things we are thankful for. Family and friends top our list. We are also thankful for the work we do at Quietus, and enjoy knowing that our homeopathic tinnitus product is helping change lives. Even though it’s not a cure, it’s still something good. We are thankful for our customers, and love getting emails and letters from loyal customers who are using our product and able to live a more normal life with tinnitus. Without our customers, we wouldn’t exist. Thank you!
If you have tinnitus and are reading this, what is your silver lining? What are you still thankful for every day? Even if it is small, it still counts. Share with us in the spirit of Thanksgiving, and let us know how you’re doing. Post a comment below, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy Thanksgiving!
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