Any new techniques in abating tinnitus?
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Hi, my husband recently got a Signia hearing aid from Mayo and was told it has built-in "Notch Therapy" that really helps to reduce tonal tinnitus.
Hi @rau882 and @ilikegreen, Welcome to Connect. @rau882 you will notice that we also included your discussion in the Hearing Loss and ENT and Aging Well groups to hopefully be seen by more members. I'm not sure if you have seen these research articles on tinnitus but thought I would share them with you.
--- Breakthrough in search for tinnitus cure: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/08/220812114014.htm --- FDA Grants De Novo Approval to Non-Invasive Tinnitus Treatment Device Mar 14, 2023: https://www.drugtopics.com/view/fda-grants-de-novo-approval-to-non-invasive-tinnitus-treatment-device
--- New Tinnitus Research Focused on Neural Networks Shows Promise for Precision Treatment: https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/new-research-could-help-millions-who-suffer-ringing-ears
@julieo4 @barbb @imallears and @tonyinmi may also have some information or resources to share with you.
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Very kind of you ..will read it .. thank you..
Will stay in touch
Thank you .. will look into that .. any particular brand?..
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Yes, his hearing aid brand is Signia. There may be other brands that also have the static noise therapy signals, which use a form of sound to mix in with the tinnitus sounds to distract from the tinnitus. An audiologist could advise. Best luck, Rau.
Wish I’d seen this before committing to buying ReSound soon but I’ve been using loaners the audiologist programmed brown noise to help deal with tinnitus . It helps with lower level tinnitus but nothing over comes louder.
If you are interested there’s a tinnitus forum it’s other countries too so it’s a lot of resources google “ tinnitus talk” forum.
I wish Mayo Clinic would join forces with their very impressive moderator and keep all tinnitus sufferers up to date with studies.
Ps the latest thing I read about is a device credited to Susan Shore of Michigan University you can Google it. I was so hopeful but after reading the study it may or may not be available to me and who knows when it will ever get to the market place.
Did the 36 week study in Ann Arbor .. haven’t received my results yet..
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