Wow I have had multiple sound tinitus for over 25 years. The first year was the worst until I got used to it, learning that not thinking about the sound and distracting myself works best, but lately it has increased in volume bothering me sometimes. Listening to the white sound on my cell for just a minute helped me to turn the growing volume of my tinnitus way down. As I am writing this my tinnitus is increasing again, but that's most likely because I am thinking of it. So far I am amazed by this app...
Was expecting an app that would let me play the same sound I hear (from tinitus) to cancel the sound out. But no, this is just a whale song album or sounds of the sea etc. So the idea is to play them all and see which one helps best? This is a waste of time, utter rubbish. Sorry but without being able to adjust pitch/tone to match the sound I hear there is little point.
Great app, select the sound you tolerate best (pink noise for my Tinnitus) and set the volume so it just matches your tinnitus. The idea is to retrain your nerves to interpret the tinnitus as not irritating by associating it with relaxing sounds. It never goes away... :(
Thank you Oticon! Great range of nature sounds but for me the apps greatest benefit has been the breathing app that comes with it. What a great way to change speed, take a refreshing break any time of the day and just do some guided breathing. Brilliant!
Great for relaxing to sleep I have fairly loud tinnitus and this app provides pleasant sounds I can listen to which help me tune out the buzzing in my head and fall asleep peacefully.
Tinnitus relief. Wow this free app really helps. Not a cure all app but a tool to have and use. I like it others can make their own mind up 😊
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Starkey Relax provides a complete education and sound therapy tool for tinnitus.