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Gene Therapy for Tinnitus
You may be familiar with notched tinnitus sound therapy like what AudioNotch offers. However this may not work as a cure for everyone. Gene therapy is being used to develop a treatment and potential cure for hearing loss, and possibly tinnitus. The most promising company is Frequency Therapeutics who have a drug that is in phase 1 testing (of 2). The drug is called FX-322 and is an injection into the eardrum. Once the drug is injected, it works by regenerating the hair cells responsible for hearing.
You can read more about the trial on Frequency … Continue Reading
Tinnitus and Ketamine
Please note: the following information does not constitute professional medical advice, and is provided for general informational purposes only. Please speak to your doctor if you have tinnitus.
With one in five Americans suffering from chronic ringing in the ears, better known as tinnitus, there’s no doubt this is a condition that greatly affects millions of individuals each and every day. From preventing people from holding down a job or enjoying numerous activities with their family and friends, tinnitus is a condition that up until recently had few effective treatment options. However, based on recent research and clinical trials, it has … Continue Reading
New Press on ACR Tinnitus Treatment
Brought to you by AudioNotch, the leading Tinnitus Treatment program worldwide:
Here’s another press article on Acoustic Co-ordinated Reset Therapy for tinnitus. The study funded by the corporation yielded promising results, but the British Tinnitus Association wants to see a larger, independently funded study:
Trials of the new therapy, called called Acoustic Coordinated Reset (ACR), have shown that it reduces the loudness and annoyance caused by tinnitus in seven out of 10 patients.
The treatment is now being made availabe to British patients at a Harley Street clinic…
The Tinnitus Clinic, based in Harley Street, is introducing the treatment, … Continue Reading
The New York Times on Tinnitus & Tinnitus “Cures”
The New York Times features another blogger and her experience with tinnitus. I think in many ways, she accurately described the experience of many tinnitus sufferers in the following paragraph:
Dr. Cima said in an interview that, like me, most people with tinnitus function fairly well. But for about 3 percent of people with the condition, it is extremely disabling, causing intense distress, fear and anxiety, and leaving them unable to function.
The author also cautions individuals to be skeptical of individuals marketing total “tinnitus cures” (which you’ll find plenty of on the internet):
Until recently, no treatment had been shown to have … Continue Reading
“Tinnitus Cure” vs. “Tinnitus Treatment” – The difference between the two, and why it matters
If you google the term “tinnitus cure” you’ll run into a long list of treatments and remedies that are “proven” to “cure” tinnitus.
The term “cure” is a loaded term – it is the strongest of all possible claims – it is a promise that a product will eliminate your tinnitus entirely. This claim is made despite the fact that the overwhelming consensus among the leading experts and scientists in the field of tinnitus research is that there exists no effective “cure” at this moment in time. Moreover, the exact pathophysiology of the disease is still being figured out.
Among these “cures,” … Continue Reading