The AudioNotch Tinnitus Treatment Blog

Tinnitus Developments

Tinnitus, the condition of constant ringing, buzzing or roaring in the ears, is a condition that affects 10 to 15 percent of the population in the United States. Generally, the aged and those who have worked around loud machinery are most often affected, but anyone can develop this condition. There is currently no cure for tinnitus, but a variety of treatments are available to reduce the annoying symptoms. A number of new tinnitus developments are offering hope for those who experience this troubling ear condition.

Sound Therapy

This therapy uses low-volume, matched pitched sounds that are used to retrain the patient’s brain … Continue Reading

Theraputic Headphones And Mp3 Players

Tinnitus is a symptom that is characterized by a ringing sound in the ears, but some people may describe the sound as a humming, buzzing or other bothersome sound. The sound is not pinpointed to external noises, and it seems to originate from inside the patient’s ears or head. There are many causes of tinnitus, and these include everything from age-related hearing issues to having an object lodged in the ear. While there are some treatments that can quickly and easily cure tinnitus, there are other instances when more significant or specialized treatment may be needed. Theraputic headphones and MP3 … Continue Reading

Tone To Cure Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a condition that causes a sense of noise in the ears, usually described as a kind of ringing sound, although the sound can manifest in other ways. The condition is not dangerous, unless it is associated with other conditions. Patients who sense a ringing tone that mimics the heartbeat should have additional testing done to ensure that a more serious condition is not indicated.

Causes of Tinnitus

It is thought that Tinnitus is generally caused by exposure to loud noises, thus patients who suffer from the condition are advised to stay away from extreme noise. It’s also been suggested that … Continue Reading

Patient Comments Tinnitus 2014

Tinnitus, more commonly known as ringing in the ears, is one of the most common problems associated with hearing. Affecting nearly one in five people, tinnitus itself is not considered a condition. Instead, it is looked at as a symptom of an underlying health condition such as hearing loss or injury to the ear itself. For those who suffer from tinnitus, the good news is that there are many support groups available to shed light on the problem. One of the most popular websites to offer forums on tinnitus is, which provides sufferers with information on research news, treatments, … Continue Reading

Noise notch

What is the principle of notching audio and why does it help to treat tinnitus? Check it out below!

An overview of how to "Notch Out" audio from unprocessed audio

An overview of how to “Notch Out” audio from unprocessed audio

Tinnitus Has A Wirey Sound

Many people will hear an occasional sound from time to time that they cannot locate the source of, but some people may hear noises on a regular or even constant basis. Tinnitus is an auditory condition that is characterized by hearing sounds that appear to originate from the person’s ears or head rather than from external sources. Some say that tinnitus has a wirey sound, and others describe it is a ringing or swishing sound. This is a potentially serious symptom, and it is important that you seek a diagnosis and treatment if you believe you have tinnitus.

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9500 hz tinnitus

What do you do if you have 9500 hZ tinnitus?

It’s a tricky question – a lot of sound therapies are not specifically targeted towards tinnitus in this range. For example, Notched Music therapy is not effective in tinnitus tones greater than 8,000 hZ.

However, guess what? Notched White noise is effective in this range.

To look at the effective frequency ranges of various types of Notched Sound therapy, check out the FAQ here.

Es la tinnitus reversible?

Este es sin duda una cuestión que está en la vanguardia de la mente de alguien si han adquirido recientemente el síntoma de tinnitus.

Lo primero es lo primero – si desarrolla tinnitus: buscan la evaluación de un médico. Algunas de las causas médicas de tinnitus son reversibles y algunos pueden ser precursores de una enfermedad grave (en casos raros, los tumores cerebrales como neuromas acústicos).

Por lo tanto: ¿qué ciencia médica dice sobre la historia natural de tinnitus (es decir, la progresión común de este síntoma)?

Curso natural

Tinnitus inducida por el ruido puede ser aguda o crónica. Tinnitus agudo puede durar desde … Continue Reading

Do Audiologists work with AudioNotch to help people determine their tinnitus frequency?

Some of our users have asked us whether we have any audiology partners that will help users to determine their tinnitus frequencies for them.

Unfortunately, we don’t currently have any partners in this regard. Some audiology clinics do offer a tinnitus evaluation that includes tinnitus frequency detection (matching your tinnitus tone to a computer generated tinnitus tone while listening to the audio in a soundproof chamber). If you detect your tone, then you can manually enter it into the box in our tuner in Step 1.

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Should I listen in both ears if I have tinnitus in one ear?

A lot of people who have unilateral tinnitus write to ask me if they should listen to AudioNotch in both ears, given that only one ear is affected.

The answer? Interestingly, you should listen in both ears even if your tinnitus is only in one ear.

The reason is because the experiments the therapy is based on treated people in both ears, even if they had unilateral tinnitus (tinnitus in one ear). The reason this approach may have been effective is that