Tinnitus is the perception of a ringing, roaring, or hissing sound in your head or ears. It is typically, but not always, related toa hearing problem.
Tinnitus is an extremely common symptom that is most often associated with hearing loss and stress. Most everyone has experienced at least momentary tinnitus.
In fact, over 20% of the general population, and over 70% of people with hearing impairment, have tinnitus that is present on a more than occasional basis.
It occurs because the brain tries to compensate for the lack of proper stimulation from the ear, and also because the emotional system locks on it, because of the fear of unknown consequences of perceiving this annoying signal.
Fortunately, most people with tinnitus find it to be little more than a minor annoyance. However, others can be severely distressed by it, to the extent that anxiety and stress are increased, and there may be interference with sleep, concentration, relaxation, and overall quality of life.
I have treated people with tinnitus for over30 years. During that time, we have learned much about how the brain and nervous system work together to either suppress or to attend to tinnitus.
Tinnitus affects each person differently fromwhat it sounds like, to when it’s most annoying to how debilitating it can be.
Our new tinnitus treatment solution tackles the individual nature of tinnitus head-on and is designed to deliver the one thing everybody wants: relief. Let’s take a look at how our tinnitus hearing professionals can customize relief just for you.
The first step is a tinnitus assessment with your hearing professional. During this important step, they will ask you questions to help assess the impact tinnitus has on your life.
Next, a hearing test will be performed. This is critical, as it precisely measures your hearing and can rule out any medical conditions.
After your hearing test, the hearing professional will fit you with your tinnitus treatment solution. Using our patent-pending Multiflex Tinnitus Technology, the product generates a soothing comfortable sound stimulus that is programmed for you based on your individual hearing test results.
In most cases, this initial sound stimulus will deliver the appropriate relief for your unique tinnitus. Additionally, our innovative multiplex Tinnitus Technology gives the hearing professional flexibility to fine-tune the tinnitus stimulus to your precise needs.
If further refinement is needed our innovative SoundPoint tinnitus tool enables you to pinpoint your preferred sound settings which your professional can program into your tinnitus treatment solution.
During the testing part of your evaluation, if it was found that you have hearing loss as well this product can also provide amplification which your hearing professional can customize for you.
Within just a few hours total you’ll be on your way with a small, discrete and comfortable treatment solution designed to so othe your tinnitus, take your mind off it, and deliver all day relief.
Techniques have of course changed much over these three decades, but what has become abundantly clear is the benefit that can be obtained from a combination of counselling, education, and the use of certain sounds, including music, and hearing aids.
You may have been told that there is no cure for tinnitus and that you just have to learn to live with it.
There is a big difference, however, between cure’ and ‘no help’. Your hearing care professional has been trained in strategies, techniques, and procedures to help you learn how to ignore tinnitus by allowing your brain to suppress these unwanted, meaningless signals in a natural manner.
If you have bother some tinnitus, I encourage you to talk with your hearing care professional. To buy it click below