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Natural Care HearAll Hearing for Life -- 60 Capsules

Natural Care HearAll Hearing for Life
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Natural Care HearAll Hearing for Life Description

Dietary Supplement & Educational Guide for the Support of Hearing

The miracle of hearing

Hearing is a complex and intricate process that enables sound vibrations to pass from outside the head to the part of the brain that controls hearing, all in a microsecond. First, the external ear canal picks up vibrations from sound and transmits them to the eardrum, causing it and three small attached auditory bones (called ossicles) in the middle ear to vibrate. The smallest of these bones, the stapes, moves like a plunger that causes the fluids in the cochlea, located in the inner ear, to move. The vibrations in the fluid stimulate the tiny, critical hair cells within the cochlea to convert sound waves into nerve impulses for transmission to the brain.


About Hearing Health

Most of us may take our hearing for granted. But hearing is a big concern for millions of Americans, and projections indicate that the number of people concerned about hearing issues will grow as the population ages and noise pollution continues to increase.  hearing issues have been thought of in the past as typically concerning seniors only, but  more and more young people are concerned about their hearing today.


New findings for hearing support

For many years, hearing aids have been the primary means of gathering sound and enriching the lives of people experiencing hearing concerns. But research has discovered nutritional ingredients and formulas that suggest there is nutritive support for optimal auditory function to help maintain hearing acuity.


Use only as directed. Adults take 2 capsules twice daily for the first 30-60 days. Thereafter, reduce dosage to one capsule twice daily.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Capsules
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Vitamin B1 (as Thiamine mononitrate)1.5 mg100%
Vitamin B2 (as Riboflavin)1.7 mg100%
Niacinamide20 mg100%
Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine HCl)2 mg100%
Folic Acid800 mcg200%
Vitamin B12 (as Methylcobalamin)500 mcg8333%
Magnesium (as amino acid chelate)93 mg23%
Zinc (as amino acid chelate)10 mg67%
Proprietary Blend
Acetyl L-Carnitine, N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC), Butchers Broom root at 10% ruscogenin, Ginkgo biloba leaf at 24% flavoglycosides/6% terpenes, Vinpocetine, Coenzyme Q10, Alpha Lipoic Acid, and Betaine (as Trimethylglycine from beet root).
449 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Capsule (gelatin, glycerin, and titamium dioxide), cellulose, magnesium stearate, and silica

Do not take more than the recommended dosage. Keep your health professional informed when using this product. If pregnant or nursing, ask a healthcare professional before use.

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Tune Out Noise, Tune Into Better Health?


No, seriously: Stop what you’re doing, thinking about and reading and just listen for 60 full seconds. I’ll wait.

Health and Sound: Is Noise Making You Sick?

Did you do it? I just did, as I sit on a friend’s balcony overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in Briny Breezes, Fla. I heard the rustle of the palms moving in the wind, the crash of the waves, the call of the seagulls and what may have been the cry of an osprey fishing for brunch.

But those were not the first sounds that abducted my attention. The first sounds were the clamor of the single-engine airplane passing overhead, a truck on a distant road and the beeping of a construction vehicle backing up a half-mile away. The unpleasant sounds of civilization trumped what should be the aural domain of nature.

So why should we care about which noises dominate our consciousness? Because although we normally pay far more attention to our visual, tactile and even olfactory senses, what enters our ears on its way to the brain likely has far greater impact on our health than the stimulation of other senses.

Indeed, noise has been an important environmental concern for humankind throughout history. Ancient Rome passed laws limiting the allowable sound levels from ironclad wagon wheels clattering along the pavement stones at night. In medieval Europe, horses and horse-drawn carriages were banned from the streets after dark to ensure inhabitants a peaceful night’s sleep. Ahh, the good old days.

No such luck now. Today an estimated half of the European Union lives in areas deemed acoustically unpleasant, if not plain unhealthy. The World Health Organization has studied and categorized injurious effects of environmental noise into six arenas:

  1. Noise-induced hearing impairment
  2. Interference with speech communication
  3. Disturbance of rest and sleep
  4. Psychophysiological, mental health and performance effects
  5. Effects on residential behavior and annoyance
  6. Interference with intended activities

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has even suggested a correlation between low birth-weight babies and high sound levels, as well as abnormally high rates of birth defects when expectant mothers are exposed to elevated sound levels (such as typical airport environs).

Sounds good

So if this manmade environmental noise is bad for us, are there sounds that are actually beneficial? The answer is an unequivocal yes. Medical journals are just starting to publish research demonstrating how pleasant sounds alleviate chronic illnesses that have proven resistant to conventional therapies.

Case in point: Researchers have found that singing, drumming and playing piano result in significant improvements in young adults with autism.

Listening to recorded music, too, has been shown to alleviate stress and enhance healing, but making music ourselves is an even stronger neurobiological influence. Northwestern University’s Auditory Neuroscience Lab found that trained musicians tested better than non-musicians in the ability to pick out speech and communicate in noisy environments, and the Institute for Music and the Mind at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, found that preschool children taking music lessons demonstrated greater brain electrical responses in sound recognition tests compared to youngsters with no music training. Israeli researchers discovered that drumming games and singing games helped hearing-impaired toddlers who had received cochlear implants recover hearing and speech skills more quickly than speech training that did not involve music.

Sound as medicine has also been shown to reduce Parkinson symptoms, induce sleep in people with fibromyalgia and help stroke patients recover speech and movement. Indeed, music therapy has played a significant role in enabling former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords to retrieve vocabulary lost after her tragic brain injury.

There is no doubt that surrounding ourselves with positive sounds and reducing unpleasant noise can bring us to a healthier place—for both body and mind.

Article contributed by Dr. Bill Benda.

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