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No more ringing in the ear!

Therapeutic application for relieving the symptoms of tinnitus, based on newest scientific research.
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Available soon for Android and iOS devices and Windows desktop PCs

The app is for people suffering from tinnitus.

Tinnitus is a symptom described as a loud, permanent, ringing in the ear affecting 3-5% of the population.

The app is based on “tailor made notched music therapy”, where you listen to music with tones around your tinnitus frequency damped out. After prolonged exposure to such therapy, brain starts to ignore these frequencies and your tinnitus loudness reduces.

How to use the app?

  1. Install the app on your device. 
  2. Find the frequency of your tinnitus tone. 
  3. Choose your favourite music. 
  4. Listen to music with the filter option on. 
  5. Always use headphones!

Our recommendations

We recommend you listen to the therapy for 60 minutes or more daily. The best results are obtained with 90 minutes per day or more with quality headphones in a quiet surrounding.

You will feel first therapeutic effects after 3-6 months of listening.

In rare cases the volume of your tinnitus tone can get louder after using the app, but this is only temporary and stops after you quit using the app.

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Science

Okamoto H, Stracke H, Stoll W, Pantev C (2010) Listening to tailor-made notched music reduces tinnitus loudness and tinnitus-related auditory cortex activity. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 107: 1207-1210. 

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Teismann, H., Okamoto, H., Pantev, C. (2011). Short and intense tailor-made notched music training against tinnitus: The tinnitus frequency matters. Plos ONE, 6, 1-8.

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Pantev, Christo, Hidehiko Okamoto, and Henning Teismann. "Music-induced cortical plasticity and lateral inhibition in the human auditory cortex as foundations for tonal tinnitus treatment." Frontiers in systems neuroscience 6 (2012).

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Stein, Alwina, et al. "Enhancing Inhibition-Induced Plasticity in Tinnitus–Spectral Energy Contrasts in Tailor-Made Notched Music Matter." (2015): e0126494.

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