Greetings everyone!
Thanks for taking time to visit Soribaksa – Tinnitus and Hearing Loss Improvement Center.
Those of you who read the posts after taking interest in the causes of tinnitus and hearing loss now have some ideas about this frustrating disease.
Today I’ll discuss how to improve tinnitus.

Some of you may still be doubtful while reading the posts, so I’ll start with how the TSC – i48 technology became reliable and then move on to the details of the technology.

In articles like these, it is more important to ensure that the readers gain an understanding of the topic instead of using some technical jargons to confuse them.
Thus, I’ll try to explain as easily as possible so that even senior citizens and youth can understand the principles of the technology.
Please don’t get the wrong impression that Soribaksa – Tinnitus and Hearing Loss Improvement Center lacks special knowledge or professionalism, or that using simple and easy terms suggests lack of credibility.

As you are probably aware, tinnitus is considered incurable by modern medicine.
Patients with tinnitus or hearing loss have made all kinds of efforts to remove it.
But such efforts did not bear any fruits.

Of course, those who try many treatments may experience some improvements of their symptoms.

But the problem is that their treatments are not replicable enough.

Their ringing noise was reduced somehow, but their treatments may not work with somebody else.

For example, a stage 4 cancer has been cured by a certain treatment that may fail to cure stage 2 or 3 cancer and cause the patient to lose his or her life.
That is because each patient has different conditions and situations.

Their ages, period of disease, and health conditions differ, or they may happen to have any additional disease. Or their mentality can affect the results of a treatment. The patient did not strictly follow the orders of the doctor. They may be smoking or consuming a lot of alcohol. All these factors affect the effectiveness of a treatment.

But people simply disregard them and try to use the treatment that’s effective for one person based on false belief that it will work with them, too.
Many people believe that their treatment, which is effective for some tinnitus patients, will work 100% for others, which is really dangerous.

Such treatments should be clinically validated by an official authority in a proven way, but it is hardly the case.

They just neglect the abovementioned factors that vary per patient and falsely believe that a treatment effective for a couple of people is the panacea for everyone.

That’s the very reason we need clinical tests run by a professional body trusted by everyone in order for a treatment or a medical device to have complete reliability and objectivity.
Treatments for tinnitus and hearing loss are no exceptions.