About Reverse Hearing Loss

Written by Sam Miller, the Reverse Hearing Loss e-book is claimed to reveal a 100% natural and “dirt cheap” remedy that’s been used for centuries by the Amish to reverse hearing loss in just 3 short weeks, regardless of the cause.

Because of this, Sam calls Reverse Hearing Loss the fastest, most affordable way to naturally restore your hearing in just 17 days, without drugs or doctors.

In order to accomplish this, Reverse Hearing Loss is claimed to reveal a specific formula of substances that, when taken in a specific order at specific times, will strengthen even the weakest hair cells, improve your hearing, and keep them strong long after the program has ended. And perhaps best of all, Sam claims that all of these substances can be found in common foods and beverages available at your local grocery store.

All you’re required to do is purchase the ingredients on the list, follow the simple instructions on how to mix them and when to consume them according to Reverse Hearing Loss’s daily plan, and you’ll have crystal clear hearing in as little as 3 weeks.

Sam claims that to date, Reverse Hearing Loss has been used successfully by more than 45,000 people. But is this what you can expect, or is this just a colossal waste of money?

You’ll find out shortly, but let’s first take a closer look at hair cells.

What are Hair Cells? How Do They Work?

The technical definition of hair cells is “the sensory receptors of both the auditory system and the vestibular system in all vertebrates.” In layman’s terms, these cells transform sound vibrations into electrical impulses, which are sent to the cochlear nerve in the inner ear. From there, these impulses are then sent to the cerebral cortex, where the brain interprets them as sounds.

With this said, although the medical community understands the basic concepts behind it, the process of hearing is very complex, and much of it remains a mystery.

However, we do know that hearing loss is caused when these hair cells become damaged or die. Unlike many other types of cells in the human body, hair cells do not regrow, so any hearing loss you experience is generally permanent without medical intervention (more about this in a moment). And this is where Reverse Hearing Loss comes in.

According to Sam, the nutrients in the foods revealed in the e-book will help improve the strength of you hair cells. But is this even possible?

Can You Strengthen Hair Cells Through Diet?

While some specific substances, such as vitamin A, vitamin B12, magnesium, and others may play key roles in hair cell health, there isn’t any clinical evidence supporting the statement that altering your diet can do the same—even if these foods contain many of these same vitamins. Why?

Basically, it all comes down to dosage. If you take a vitamin supplement, you’re likely getting your recommended daily intake (RDI) in one or two doses. On the other hand, vitamins in foods will generally be present in much lower concentrations, so you’d have to eat a lot in order to get the same benefits as popping a pill or two.

As such, if you did decide to purchase Reverse Hearing Loss, it would likely be more effective to ingest the vitamins it recommends in pill (rather than food) form—if it works at all, which is what we’ll discuss next.

In either instance though, while these vitamins may help improve hair cell health, there is only minimal evidence that supplementation can reliably improve your hearing, unless you’re already deficient in these vitamins.

Will Reverse Hearing Loss Address Your Hearing Loss?

Before digging in, it’s important to note here that hearing loss is only a symptom of some underlying cause, not a separate condition. For example, if you damaged your eardrum by sticking a Q-Tip too deeply into your ear, your injured eardrum is the cause and your reduced hearing loss is the symptom.

With this in mind, there are literally thousands of causes of hearing loss, including:

  • Conductive – Involves the ear canal, eardrum, or middle ear. This could be the result of excessive wax buildup, ear infections, abnormal bone growth, and much more.
  • Sensorineural – Involves the inner ear, usually relating to hair cells, which can become damaged by repeated exposure to loud sounds, or even just the aging process.
  • Mixed – As the name implies, this involves parts of the middle and inner ear that are contributing to hearing loss.

As you might have already recognized, Reverse Hearing Loss only addresses sensorineural causes of hearing loss. And, as we outlined in the previous section, it probably doesn’t even do that very well (or at all). But is there anything that can?

Other Methods of Improving Your Hearing

Although there are new drugs being tested that might one day regenerate your hair cells, other than purchasing an over-the-counter earwax flushing kit from your local pharmacy, there aren’t a whole lot of treatment options without visiting your doctor. As we discussed earlier, there are many causes of hearing loss, so this first step is important for finding a solution that addresses your specific diagnosis.

During your visit with your physician, they may discuss a variety of treatments depending on the severity of your hearing loss, including hearing aids, cochlear implants, or different surgical procedures.

At this point, we recognize that much of the information found in Reverse Hearing Loss is based on a false premise; i.e. that you can eat certain foods to improve your nutrition to effectively treat your hearing loss. If you’re still thinking about giving it a try though, how much does it cost?

Reverse Hearing Loss Pricing & Refund Policy

Reverse Hearing Loss is available for immediate download after your $39 has been processed.

The e-book also comes with a 60-day refund policy, although without a phone number listed on the Reverse Hearing Loss website, you’ll have to send an email to support@hearinglossreversed.com in order to request one. In our opinion, this alone should raise a red flag.

Is Reverse Hearing Loss the Right Program for You?

We’ve mentioned it several times throughout this review, but just to reiterate; there is insufficient clinical evidence showing that nutrients can improve your hearing, whether through supplementation or the foods you eat. As such, it’s our opinion that Reverse Hearing Loss is a scam and should be avoided.

Instead, we’d recommend making an appointment with your physician, who can recommend specific products or procedures to effectively address your hearing loss.

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  • 11 out 11 people found this review helpful

    This is a scam.

    • Miami, FL,
    • Mar 30, 2016

    Unfortunately I fell for it. Ordered the book(s), which were NEVER sent. Requested refund several times to date. Have NOT received it. Asked him if he was a thief -- NO response nor refund of my money. Be warned, be careful. Do not invest in this nor any of his other ventures.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 17 out 17 people found this review helpful

    Scam?

    • Iowa,
    • Nov 30, 2015

    I have never received anything. I can't remember the name of the company it said would be listed on my credit card. Can anyone tell what it is?

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 21 out 21 people found this review helpful

    Return of $39.00

    • Tampa, FL,
    • Nov 27, 2015

    As I was unable to follow all the directions at age of 83 years, I sent email as directed to get refund. Guess what, the email was returned saying no such domain! Now, how do I get a refund? Order # 62936.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 26 out 27 people found this review helpful

    I want my money back

    • Somerset, WI,
    • Oct 9, 2015

    I sent the money in that was required for this information over. I sent $70.00 and I never received a thing or even heard back from them. I want to know why!

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 31 out 31 people found this review helpful

    Reverse hearing loss SCAM

    • Portland, OR,
    • Sep 22, 2015

    What a joke! I got absolutely nothing for my money and a run around on the computer and some 405 errors. Do not buy this product.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 44 out 45 people found this review helpful

    A problem with the Hearing Loss Reversed website

    • Los Angeles, CA,
    • Aug 15, 2015

    I was interested in trying to find a cure for my mother's profound hearing loss who is in her 80's. I went on the "Reverse Hearing Loss" website and watched the video which lasted almost 30 minutes. I DID NOT order the e-book because I wanted to think about whether it was worth it. I caught a Trojan virus on my computer that locked it and I had to take it in for repairs because my internet security system didn't even detect the problem, therefore couldn't fix it. I know it came from this website because it happened right after I was on this site. The formula may be effective but obviously I can't find out.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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    • Jan 23, 2016

      Robert Leabow

      I started to go to the website, but McAfee did give me a warning about the potential danger of the site. One size does not fit all. My loss is due to Meniere's Disease.

      I was not considering getting it, but wanted to see what scam they were pushing. I do have an appointment with my ENT doctor to talk about a BAHA procedure.

      Headlines like "something Doctors don't want you to know..." is a key this is a scam.

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