Sound therapy

Treatments and coping tools based on using sound for relaxation, distraction, and reducing hyperactivity causing tinnitus-hyperacusis.

Accessible Tinnitus Mobile Wellness Apps

33% of Deaf people have tinnitus (T). Half of people with T have hearing loss. Any mobile coping apps for people with T distress must be accessible for people who can’t hear spoken instructions. Accessibility includes trained speakers with deep distinct speech, visual indicators, text-based or open captioning (subtitles on). Tinnitus scientists are developing mobile …

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Levo Tinnitus System Survey

On February 4, 2017, I posted a Levo Tinnitus System Review blog with my opinion on the product based on features, science, and cost. On March 12, 2018, I opened an opinion poll to get input from visitors. This is what the Levo Survey says up to today, November 7, 2018. Will you try the… Read…

Tinnitus Sound Therapy Devices and Apps

[revised May 8, 2018] For people with hearing good enough to hear the sound therapy. SoundCure Serenade S-Tones pitch match with low frequency amplitude modulated carrier frequency (proprietary secret) 3 other sound types: white noise, pink noise and narrow band noise around pitch match frequency Handheld sound generator used with earphones T supposed to go …

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Comparison of Progressive Tinnitus Management, Tinnitus-Hyperacusis Retraining Therapy, Neuromonics and Levo Tinnitus System

There are 2 ways to approach therapy for people distressed by tinnitus-hyperacusis. One is progressive. Start with audiologist evaluation, basic educational counselling on coping tools, and then customize treatment based on the individual’s needs. As little or as much as necessary. Progressive Tinnitus Management [PTM] was developed over 10 years ago by a team of …

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