Tinnitunes App

Tinnitunes makes listening to music a more comfortable and enjoyable experience by relieving Tinnitus.

  • Compatible with the world’s favourite music apps including iTunes, Spotify and Apple Music.
  • Helps to promote neurological habituation, when used as part of tinnitus retraining therapy.
  • Watch videos on other apps while listening to uninterrupted tinnitus relieving background audio.
  • Ability to mask tinnitus, with or without music, for instant relief.
  • Choice of sound therapy background sounds.
  • Gain control and relief from tinnitus.

How to Use

  1. Choose your preferred sound therapy background audio from the “Sounds” menu.
  2. Set the volume of your device to an appropriate level for music.
  3. Use the onscreen volume bar to adjust the sound therapy background sound to a level where it begins to blend in with your tinnitus.
  4. Enjoy your music! Tinnitunes is compatible with the world’s favourite music apps!

The Science

Using tinnitus sound therapy audio, as part of tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT), can help to promote the neurological process of habituation which involves the brain reclassifying tinnitus as an unimportant sound that can be ignored, through the weakening of tinnitus related neurological activity.

According to TRT, there is an ideal volume level the tinnitus sound therapy audio source should be set at. The volume should be set so that it starts to “mix” or blend with the tinnitus, and so that you can hear both your tinnitus as well as the sound used. To assist habituation of your tinnitus, you need to be able to hear it along with the sound therapy audio.

Tinnitus sound therapy audio can also be used to mask the sound of your tinnitus. This can give you control and relief from tinnitus which can help to alleviate any stress and anxiety the condition may be causing you.

Tinnitus

Tinnitus is the hearing of sound when no external sound is present. It is often characterised by “ringing in the ears”, although it can also be other sounds like buzzing, hissing or whistling.

  • % of population affected by persistent Tinnitus (to some degree) 10%
  • % experiencing Tinnitus to a quality of life impacting severity 1%

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