Deep in my heart, I’ve known for some time now that I must write this letter. I preach to my students that they should communicate what they are feeling to the people responsible. In this case, that would be you.
I have taught elementary school for over twenty years, most of that time as a reading specialist. A few years back, I developed tinnitus, which interfered slightly with job. I read what I could find and readily tried all the herbal remedies offered. Nothing helped, so I visited the local ENT to no avail. There was good news and bad news, as they say. The good news was that there was nothing seriously wrong with my hearing. Except . . . I was diagnosed with tinnitus.
For me, it began as a pleasant sound, like peepers in the springtime. Falling asleep wasn’t really a problem, although the doctors all suggested white noise. That wasn’t for me. I work hard; sleep comes easily. But the buzzing has gotten worse, especially during the cold season. And then I gave up my reading position to take a fifth grade classroom. Twenty-two students. On good days, the buzzing wasn’t a problem. We even laughed about it. But when I had a cold, I could not understand what my pupils said to me. I felt that my job was actually in jeopardy.
Josh, my computer whiz-kid, brought in a folded up scrap of paper one day. He’d seen your commercial (possibly the first run) for Lipo-flavonoid and jotted down the name for me. I thanked him and dropped the paper in my purse, where it lay forgotten for many months. During that time, I visited an ENT specialist, who took many tests, and assured me that I’ll never need a hearing aid. However, I have tinnitus. (Beginning to sound like a broken record?) We discussed herbals that I’d tried. I honestly think he was impressed with my knowledge of the subject. But he had no cure.
Then came the day I dug out my old purse, and there it was! Lipo-flavonoid has been my salvation. Yes, I need to take six a day, as recommended. And yes, sometimes I try to get by on less when money is tight. I’m always sorry because my condition worsens.
My favorite drug store actually orders your product special for me, and they now recommend it to other tinnitus sufferers. In the end, I guess I just want to say thank you. That little commercial of yours doesn’t do justice to the relief your product brings. Thank you.