How do i use it..? I have tinnitus for last 6 months. I wanna try this app. Please give me directions to use this app. I am worried if dont match right frequency tinnutus will get worse.. though i have no trouble in sleeping but very severe dizziness..
Im new to all of this Im 29 years old and just recently started suffering from ringing after a bad perforated eardrum a few months ago. Only time will tell if this works. So far this is temporary relief as i am able to actually hear the tone that my mind thinks it hears. I only wish is that thia app would have the option to disable one of the earphones (right or left). This helps out so others don't hear the other earphone that im not using.
Not a remedy but helps you cope. I have had tinnitus for several months now. At first it was very bearable. But recently it became worse with my exposure to loud noise. This app doesnt cure tinnitus but it helps me cope. It helps me focus less on my tinnitus.
Works when used PROPERLY! I have suffered from tinnitus for over a year. I used this app using a tablet for a while, if you let it run at night you'll "stop" hearing it after a bit and the sounds around you seem to get LOUDER. In concept the app cancels out the noise by matching it's frequency, retraining your brain to ignore it. Yes, it takes a while. TIP: Adjust it until it sounds the same in both ears, adjust shift until ears "pop" at the same time as the sound. Give it a week or until you can't hear it, then readjust. It works!
Tinnitus app This app seems to offer hope but for me it doesn't deliver. The controls freeze and the interface is clunky. I can find my frequency but cannot cancel or relieve the symptom. Nice idea but disappointing.
Thank You! Thank You! THANK YOU! This app was a little tricky to get going, but didn't take long before the controls were available to start tuning and then fine tuning was even cooler. The only issue that I found was that when my saved tins played back and any tones saved for that matter, there was a clicking sound playing in background - it sounded like a metronome keeping step. Great app though,it even runs in the background while switching between browsing.
Starkey Relax provides a complete education and sound therapy tool for tinnitus.