The AudioNotch Tinnitus Treatment Blog

Video Blog: AudioNotch Device Compatibility

Here’s a video we made about the various types of devices that AudioNotch’s web application works on:

(a web application is an application that is accessed by visiting a web site)

Device Compatibility: AudioNotch from AudioNotch on Vimeo.

Video Blog: What is Notched Sound Therapy?

Here’s a video explainer we made that describes, in greater detail, what Notched Sound Therapy is and how it works.

What is Notched Sound Therapy? from AudioNotch on Vimeo.

Tinnitus Gone After A Year

Tinnitus is an audiological condition commonly described as either a ringing in the ear for no known reason. Some experience it as buzzing, humming, or even as a loud, roaring noise. In very rare cases, tinnitus sufferers may actually hear music. Although annoying, it isn’t painful, and it is often possible that treatment will result in tinnitus gone after a year.

Tinnitus by itself is not a disease but rather a symptom of conditions that range from minor to severe. Causes include such ear was blocking ear canals, fluid in the inner ear, aneurysm, or even Meniere’s disease. The first step … Continue Reading

Tinnitus With No Hearing Loss

Tinnitus is a condition that may cause someone to hear continuous hissing, buzzing or humming noises even in quiet or silent environments. The constant noise may lead to depression, anxiety or irritability, and it could also lead to sleep deprivation if the sounds occur at night. While tinnitus may lead to hearing loss, this is not always the case.

Tinnitus With No Hearing Loss May Be Temporary

In many cases, tinnitus is a result of damage to the inner ear. However, if there is no damage to the inner ear, it is possible that the hissing or buzzing noises one hears will … Continue Reading

Amazing Tinnitus TED Talk: “Help is on the way”

I’d encourage all of you to watch this wonderful lecture from Josef Rauschecker, a tinnitus researcher with decades of experience.

In this talk, he reviews the mechanism of how tinnitus occurs in the brain, and reviews possible directions for future treatment.

Tinnitus Frequency Test

In late 2016, news of the tragic suicide of Craig Gill, drummer of the influential British band Inspiral Carpets, shocked fans of alternative rock. A new report published by the BBC about the drummer’s inquest suggests that he may have been besieged by a terrible and exasperating case of tinnitus.

Craig Gill was part of the seminal 1990s Manchester scene that successfully combined English pop with electronic dance music, psychedelic rock, synthesizers, and lots of distortion. This scene borrowed from New Order and The Smiths to create a new style of music that was a mainstay of alternative rock until the … Continue Reading

Stem Cell Cure For Tinnitus

For those who suffer from tinnitus, life can be a very frustrating experience.  As day after day goes by, those with this condition often feel as if there is no hope that they will be cured.  However, as researchers have studied this condition over the years, the prospect of using stem cells has emerged as a promising prospect.  After much work and analysis, research scientists at Kyoto University in Japan may have finally found a stem cell cure for tinnitus.

Restoring Damaged Cells
In this research, scientists discovered numerous ways in which damaged cells can be restored using stem cells.  By restoring … Continue Reading

Celebrities With Menieres

Meniere’s disease is a condition that can affect the inner ear. It causes vertigo, ear pressure and tinnitus. It was first discovered by a French physician in 1861. Meniere’s disease is a condition that can be difficult to live with. However, there are celebrities with Menieres who have thrilled.

Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson was a poet who had Meniere’s disease. Despite the fact that she had this disorder, she managed to write over 1,800 poems. She published about a dozen of those poems. Emily is still considered one of the greatest poets who ever lived.

Dana White

Dana White is a businessman and the … Continue Reading

How To Cure Tinnitus Permanently

If you suffer from tinnitus, then you know how stressful it can be. It is a noise that simply won’t go away. In your pursuit of relief from this condition, you have probably sought one or more of the many methods that claim to offer relief. Some of these treatments include medications such as antidepressants and anti-anxiety meant to reduce your tension. Behavior modification is taught to eliminate the stress that is thought to agitate a tinnitus condition. Of course, these treatments are no cure, and their effectiveness is questionable, even for relief.

Using audio to mask the noise
Although this has … Continue Reading

Celebrities Tinnitus

Dealing with tinnitus can be difficult. Many people who suffer from tinnitus feel as though they are alone. However, there are many celebrities who suffer from this problem. Reading about celebrities tinnitus can make you feel better about your condition.

Gerald Butler

Gerald Butler is a Scottish actor who has been in the acting business for several years. He is one of the celebrities tinnitus. Gerald was diagnosed with tinnitus when he was 10-years-old. He is also partially-deaf in his right ear. However, he was determined to not let his conditions keep him down.

Chris Johns

Chris Johns is a singer, songwriter and a … Continue Reading