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TinAid

The #1 App for Tinnitus sufferers

People who suffer from tinnitus are often overlooked. This app creates a temporary relief from the constant ear ringing. TinAid includes masking sounds, a specially built tinnitus frequency matcher and much more.
Available on App Store for Iphone & Ipad.
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TakomborerwaSoftware engineer
Just in case anyone comes here looking for a solution and didn't know about it, there is a company called Lenire - bimodal neuromodulation of the brain if I remember correctly, i haven't used it yet but from reading the forums and watching the videos they seem to have something that's could very well solve the problem s/o to the tinnitus sufferers, live a full life regardless
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@takomborerwam Yes let's hope they will launch a product that can simply be used by anyone.
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Looks cool, will try it soon.
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Please do, have a great day!
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Really cool - reminds me of https://www.bemyeyes.com/.
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@alex_furman Thank you, yes it's not to different.
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I think l'll try
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Thank you so much for making this app, both my brother and mother are suffering from tinitus
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@kenny_wijaya Thank you! I really hope they can find it useful.
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Dear person suffering from tinnitus, This product might help you, it might not. There is no magic bullet for tinnitus, sorry. The most effect way to help you live with tinnitus is just that, learning how to live with tinnitus. You can try CBT or mindfulness therapies. It takes work, but learning to live with tinnitus is the one scientifically validated way to reduce distress from tinnitus. RE: this app and using white noise to help tinnitus, here's a quote from a scientific article: Noise exposure therapies offer a seductive short-term solution for relief but, in the long term, undermine the functional and structural integrity of the central auditory system and the brain more generally. Sound therapies using unstructured, random (“white”) noise should be avoided as a treatment for tinnitus. (Attarha, Bigelow, & Merzenich, 2018). Make of it what you will. Source: PhD in Audiology
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