Tinnitus Relief Pro 1.0 (iOS)
Source: LoL Software
This app can help reduce symptoms of Tinnitus (ringing in your ears) from mild to extreme.More than 60 million Americans suffer from Tinnitus. As a mild sufferer of Tinnitus myself, I was ecstatic to find a simple but effective way to relieve my tinnitus symptoms pioneered by team of researchers at the University of California. Tinnitus Relief has been designed using scientific methods to actually relieve tinnitus rather than just mask it as is often the case with other audible treatments.It has been proven to be an effective temporary relief for many tinnitus suffers. It also produced great results during our inhouse testing. Ahhh the silence is golden."For those who pumped up the volume one too many times, UC Irvine researchers may have found a treatment for the hearing damage loud music can cause. Fan-Gang Zeng and colleagues have identified an effective way to treat the symptoms of tinnitus, a form of hearing damage typically marked by high-pitched ringing that torments millions of people around the world. A low-pitched sound, the researchers discovered, applied through headphones suppressed and provided temporary relief from the high-pitch ringing tone associated with the disorder. "- www.medicalnewstoday.comWe have presented this audible treatment in a variety of frequencies so you can find the one that best suits you.Method of Treatment: Simply put your standard issue Apple headphones in your ears and choose the tone that works best for you. Listen to the tone for the standard 3 minute length with the volume at level where outside sounds are not heard Take your headphones out If the frequencies suit your particular condition you should notice a lowering of the ringing tone for a few minutesWhat is actually going on?The sound you are hearing is a scientifically formulated low-pitched pulsing tone of 40 to 100 hertz (it also quite soothing) which, when applied to the patient suppressed the high-pitched ringing after about 90 seconds and provided what the patient described as a high-level of continued relief. Note: The tones do not appear audible using the iPhone or iPod Touch built in speaker. Requires headphones.** Apologies for our support links being down for a day. They are all up and running again now.Note: As always, we suggest you first follow the advice of a medical practitioner about the best methods to manage your medical conditions.