by NaturalsPro Staff
Researchers have announced a breakthrough in solving problems of tinnitus and hearing loss due to aging. Their revolutionary discovery allows increases in hearing by up to 30 decibels without the need for expensive hearing aids. Also discovered was a substantial increase in WORD RECOGNITION allowing many users of this revolutionary product to discard their five thousand dollar hearing aids!
How can this have happened, you may well ask!
Apparently, Harvard graduate, Jonathan W. Wright, MD has worked with presbycusic (hearing deficient) patients since 2005 when he first noticed a hearing improvement in a single patient named ‘Tom.’ Since then, Dr. Wright has been frustrated by the fact that his natural remedy – a hormone called aldosterone - does not always cross over from the bloodstream to the cochlea in the inner ear. Indeed, this problem is similar to the difficulties encountered in crossing over from the bloodstream to the brain by many conventional medications.
Subsequently, several ingenious scientists at IAS discovered a new method to directly PENETRATE the inner ear and cochlea with aldosterone where sound-sensitive hair cells control hearing. When this direct penetration and absorption occurs, the all-natural substance aldosterone goes to work by better controlling sodium and potassium levels in delicate sound-detecting hair cells.
Aldosterone carefully balances electrolytes sodium and potassium without synthetic drugs because an exact balance of these two electrolytes allows neural transmission of sound signals directly to the brain. This balanced neural transmission of sound signals is typically measured at approximately 50 to 80 millivolts in strength.
On the other hand, those patients with deficient aldosterone and hearing often weakly register below 50 millivolts. The higher level of voltage allows the brain to successfully interpret nuanced sounds arriving at the rows of long and short hairs cells in the ears’ cochlea.
Thus, by correcting for aldosterone deficiencies, hearing improves by up to a resounding 30 decibels and word recognition is often restored to near-normal levels.
As Dr. Wright said: “I’ve witnessed . . . an 87-year-old man who’d lost his hearing 13 years prior to regaining a significant degree of it using aldosterone.”
The name of this marvelous invention is called AldoMax.
Upon awakening in the morning, a patient cocks her or his head to each side and presses the plunger to allow the spray to cover the interior of each ear canal. Most aldosterone-deficient patients will notice some hearing improvements after about one hour. However, hearing restoration of approximately 10 to 30 decibels occurs 2 to 3 hours after application in those patients with aldosterone deficiency. (Note that the spray can be used topically on crow’s feet [periorbital rhytids] to diminish them over a treatment period of at least three months (1). The spray can also be used nasally or sublingually for those aldosterone-deficient patients who suffer from dizziness after standing up suddenly. )
In some patients both hearing and word recognition continue to improve throughout the day. At night before bedtime, patients may desire to gently clean ear canals with a Q-Tip ™ swab or wash with ordinary soap and water. Some patients find best results when using the spray for three consecutive days, and subsequently, allowing a two-day holiday.
There are no known adverse side effects. However, if a patient overdoses with two or more sprays per ear canal, he or she may need to shield their ears with their hands when loud environmental noises occur such as in the case of ambulances.
Regarding adverse effects, Dr. Wright has stated: “None of the people I’ve worked with have had any adverse effects from aldosterone therapy, likely because the use of bio-identical, physiologic-dose [one spray equals 125 micrograms] aldosterone restores levels to those that would be found in the body anyway” (7).
In my research, I found that not everyone wants a 30-decibel enhancement. Such an enhancement can typically cause street noises to become too loud and even necessitate wearing earplugs at movie theaters. As a result of this therapy, patients are sometimes forced to cover their ears tightly when an emergency vehicle drives by. In addition, I found that greatly enhanced hearing necessitates remembering to raise one’s voice during a conversation in order to be clearly heard by those with normal hearing.
Dr. Wright and I confirmed that hearing volume improved dramatically when taking aldosterone and that forgetting to take it resulted in an unfortunate and dramatic return to hearing deficiency, tinnitus, and possible social isolation.
We tested urine levels of aldosterone and confirmed that very low scores of below 9 micrograms per 24 hours urine testing were found in hearing-deficient patients compared to scores of 13 micrograms (optimal, see reference one) per 24 hours in people with normal hearing. In fact, Dr. Wright’s 84-year-old patient consumed natural aldosterone capsules and increased his sound volume from 23 to 91 percent in his right ear and from 3 to 81 percent in his left ear .
Recently, two physician friends were skeptical and feared changing their old habit of recommending only hearing aids to their patients. They asked me why I bothered with a bunch of sprays.
“Why not just buy a hearing aid?” one ear, nose, and throat doctor asked me.
I answered him with a question: “What makes better medical sense: taking one capsule or spray daily and correcting a hormone deficiency or amplifying the volume on an already damaged hearing system?” My question flummoxed and silenced both of them.
We should be enjoying our golden years without high-volume hearing aids’ distorting already damaged hearing systems. You decide. A one spray of AldoMax in each ear daily works.
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7.Wright, J.V. Oct. 2008. Don’t Go Deaf, Blind, or Lose Your Mind! Nutrition & Hearing, Vol. 15, Issue 8, pp. 1-7