Audio Calm

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Overview of Audio Calm

Audio Calm is a dietary supplement that supposedly reduces ear ringing, buzzing, and noise sensitivity. The product may also improve ear pain and hearing loss.

Two manufacturers claim to offer the official “Audio Calm” product. These manufacturers include Aura Vitamins and Pharmagetics. The information in this product review is based on the Audio Calm product by Aura Vitamins.

Audio Calm

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How Does Audio Calm Work?

According to Aura Vitamins, Audio Calm supports hearing health by protecting inner ear structures from damage, calming the nervous system, and reducing inflammation.

The manufacturer claims Audio Calm’s ingredients are very concentrated, allowing them to work in as little as seven days. However, for optimal results, the manufacturer recommends taking Audio Calm for at least 90 days. This product works for both men and women.

What Are the Ingredients in Audio Calm?

Audio Calm contains 12 ingredients, including vitamins and herbal extracts. You can view a picture of Audio Calm’s ingredient label by visiting Amazon or third-party review websites. We’ve researched some of its main ingredients in the sections below.

Vitamin C: There isn’t significant evidence of vitamin C supplementation’s effects on tinnitus or hearing loss. However, vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that may protect the ears from damage. Some research[1] suggests that vitamin C, when used in combination with other vitamins, can prevent noise-induced hearing loss and cell damage. We need more human clinical trials to solidify this finding.
Vitamin B6: Vitamin B6 is important for brain and nerve health, which may have a secondary effect on auditory health. Some research[2] points to vitamin B6 as a potential intervention and preventative of tinnitus due to its role in nervous system health and melatonin production. Inadequate melatonin production is loosely associated with tinnitus.
Vitamin B12: Like other B vitamins, vitamin B12 supports nervous system health and cognitive function. In a pilot study[3], tinnitus patients with a cobalamin deficiency experienced significant improvements in their tinnitus severity following intramuscular B12 injection treatment for six weeks.
Hibiscus Flower: High blood pressure can contribute to the onset and severity of tinnitus. Hibiscus may benefit tinnitus through its anti-oxidative, anti-inflammatory, and anti-hypertensive activity.[4]
Olive Leaf Extract: Similar to hibiscus, olive leaf extract has high antioxidant activity. One of the main antioxidants in olive leaf extract is oleuropein. In a study[5] on rats, oleuropein demonstrated its potential to protect against noise-induced hearing loss. We need more research on human subjects to solidify these findings.
Green Tea Extract: Green tea contains anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative compounds known as polyphenols. In an animal study[6], green tea polyphenols reduced noise-induced hearing loss and prevented hair cell injury.

Who Is the Manufacturer of Audio Calm?

Aura Vitamins manufactures Audio Calm. The official Aura Vitamins Website says their respective FDA-approved laboratories house scientists who formulate and test their products for safety and potency.

The official product website doesn’t disclose where ingredients are sourced or if they are third-party tested for contaminants.

The Science Behind Audio Calm

Despite mentioning their team of scientists, Aura Vitamins doesn’t provide a list of scientific references to support their use of certain ingredients in Audio Calm. We had to independently fact-check and research the efficacy of Audio Calm’s ingredients ourselves. You can review this information in the ingredient section above.

Aura Vitamins may not be a reputable or legitimate supplement company considering the lack of information about their manufacturing and production processes.

What Are the Benefits of Audio Calm?

  • It may relieve ringing or buzzing in the ears
  • The product may reduce stress
  • Audio Calm contains all-natural ingredients
  • It could improve cognitive function

FAQs: Consumer Questions & Answers

Do you have additional questions about Audio Calm? Refer to the sections below to find more information about common doubts and concerns.

Audio Calm may not be a safe tinnitus supplement. The official Aura Vitamins website provides very little information about ingredient sourcing, third-party testing, and manufacturing processes. In addition to this lack of information, the official Aura Vitamins website is written in Spanish. Website visitors have to translate the text into their desired language.

Multiple third-party websites say Aura Vitamins and its Audio Calm product is a scam and a waste of money. If Audio Calm is a fraudulent product, it could contain harmful ingredients besides what's indicated on the label.

We recommend proceeding with caution and considering other tinnitus supplements on the market that are from reputable laboratories and contain scientifically studied ingredients.

Audio Calm is available on the official Aura Vitamins website and Amazon. The Aura Vitamins website lists one bottle at $99.00. Amazon offers Auidio Calm in a one, two, and three-bottle bundle. One bottle is $59.99, two bottles are $95.48, and three bottles are $125.40.

Audio Calm doesn’t come with a free trial on any retail websites.

The official Aura Vitamins website offers 30-day returns. You can return your Audio Calm purchase for any reason within 30 days of its original purchase date. To initiate a return with Aura Vitamins, you must reach out to their customer service team. For their contact information, visit the Aura Vitamins website and click on the “Refund Policy” tab.

Audio Calm is not refundable on Amazon due to food safety policies.

The manufacturer suggests taking one capsule of Audio Calm per day. If you have a sensitive stomach, you may want to consider taking your capsule with food.

Other tinnitus supplements include Quietum Plus and Zenotone.

Aura Vitamins doesn’t disclose any serious side effects of Audio Calm. However, based on our research, some of Audio Calm’s ingredients can lead to:

  • Gastrointestinal upset
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Irritability
  • Numbness and tingling in extremities

To find more information about Audio Calm we suggest visiting the official Aura Vitamins website, Amazon, or third-party review websites. As a reminder, the Aura Vitamins website is originally written in Spanish. You may have to change the settings on your browser to translate it to English or your desired language.

What Are Consumers Saying About Audio Calm?

Some customers on Amazon said the product reduced their tinnitus. However, a large majority of customers said the product didn’t work and caused dizziness.