Levo Tinnitus System Survey

[Revised December 2018] In 2017, I posted a Levo Tinnitus System Review blog with my opinion on the product based on features, science, and cost. In 2018, I opened a Levo Tinnitus System Survey (opinion poll) to get input from visitors.

The Levo uses a tinnitus pitch match sound therapy during sleep.

This is what the survey showed up to the end of 2018. Answer percentages stayed the same as number of voters increased.

Total votes = 387.

WILL YOU TRY THE LEVO TINNITUS SYSTEM?

Maybe

Yes

No

IF NO, WHY WOULDN’T YOU TRY THE LEVO TINNITUS SYSTEM?

Too expensive

Not enough scientific evidence

Not available in my country

Too much hearing loss

IF YOU’VE TRIED THE LEVO TINNITUS SYSTEM, WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT TO OTHER PEOPLE WITH TINNITUS?

Yes

No

The results are interesting. I really like seeing what other tinnitus community members think of the Levo Tinnitus System.

As I explain in my October 2018 Levo Tinnitus System Review, even though the Levo does help some people, it’s not in my tinnitus coping toolbox. 


Released February 2019

How does the Levo Tinnitus System compare to other treatments like Tinnitus Retraining Therapy, Neuromonics, Progressive Tinnitus Management, or Cognitive Behaviour Therapy? Find out in Jan’s latest book. Click the cover at left to learn more.

Jan L. Mayes

Author, audiologist, educator, quiet activist, playing with words.

4 thoughts on “Levo Tinnitus System Survey”

  1. I think it is fantastic you offer a sincere opinion about the Levo system. I just starting to suffer Tinnitus in my right ear. I lost the ability of hear high pitch sounds and I am looking for treatment because I can’t sleep. Sometimes I use you tube to hear neuromodulation music, but the advertising interrupt me. I had been thinking in the Levo system but already paid for hearing aids and it is too much to afford. I really appreciate that you are helping people like me who are trying to find a better solution.

  2. I’m 57 years old. I developed tinnitus from listening to loud music with headphones on when I was a teenager. My hearing loss has increased gradually and I get more tinnitus sounds as I age. I wouldn’t try the Levo therapy because I doubt if it would help with several different sounds going on in my head at the same time. And as you say, there’s not much research. I couldn’t afford it anyway.

    1. I have different sounds too. It’s hard to match. Many of the T therapies now say they’re for 1 tone T. I’m not sure how many people even have that type of T. There’s lots of free and low cost options other than the Levo as well as other therapies not based on the particular T sound. As my Newfoundland friends would say, I don’t think Levo is all that and a bag of chips.

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