Benefits

Benefits

Sound Therapy is an outstanding new technology designed for accessibility,  affordability and ease of use. Its potential health benefits are extensive and may include the following effects:

*  New vitality and sense of well being

*  Relief of tiredness and stress

*  Deep relaxation 
    and relief of anxiety

*  Heightened creativity 
    and mental capacity

*  Increased energy, 
    focus and performance

*  Deep, beneficial sleep 
    and an end to insomnia

*  Improved hearing for those with industrial deafness or hearing loss due to aging

*  Relief of tinnitus (ringing in the ears)

*  Better balance and recovery from dizziness or vertigo

*  Improved concentration and learning ability

*  Improved behaviour and communication in children

*  Increased voice quality and vocal range

*  Better communication, relationships and greater family harmony

 

 

 

 

What is Tinnitus? PDF Print E-mail

Tinnitus is an annoying and potentially devastating condition for which there is no medical treatment. The breakthrough of Sound Therapy has enabled thousands to triumph over this terrible condition and recover hearing health, inner peace and harmony in a non-invasive, pleasant and highly beneficial way.

How does Sound Therapy help tinnitus?

The middle ear contains two tiny muscles, which play an active role in the functioning of the ear. Lack of tone in these muscles means that the ear loses its ability to recognise certain frequencies of sound, so these sounds never reach the inner ear. The ear's ability to adjust and balance the fluid pressure in the inner chambers is also impeded if the stapedius muscle is not fully functional.

The Electronic Ear used in the recording of Sound Therapy challenges the ear with constantly alternating sounds of high and low tone. At the same time, low frequency sounds are progressively removed from the music so the ear is re-introduced to high frequencies. The result is a rehabilitation of the ear, improving the tone and responsiveness of the middle ear muscles. Once the ear opens to high frequency sounds, the sensory cells in the inner ear can be stimulated and restored to their upright, receptive position.

Information Sheet on how Sound Therapy can assist with Tinnitus

Sound Therapy helps tinnitus sufferers in the following ways:

  • Rehabilitation of the ear, resulting in the reduction or stopping of the tinnitus in many cases.

  • Improves sleep

  • Reduces stress.

  • Improves energy levels and the ability to communicate, thus encouraging the person to take up activities and stop focusing on the tinnitus.

Living with tinnitus

According to the Tinnitus Association, probably 18% of Australians have tinnitus (ringing in the ears) at some time in their lives. Tinnitus can be loud or soft, intermittent or permanent. Tinnitus may begin as a ringing that persists for a few hours or days after a loud concert and then subsides. Tinnitus may be brought on by one incident of exposure to loud noise, by years of noise abuse, by an illness, an operation, stress or environmental toxins. The tinnitus sound can be anything from ringing to buzzing, hissing, rustling, clanging or roaring.

Constant, severe tinnitus is one of the most psychologically stressful conditions a person can suffer from. The effect of tinnitus on a person's life may include stress and anxiety, insomnia, reluctance to attend social events and go into noisy environments, reduced work performance, social isolation, depression and in severe cases even suicide.

Tinnitus is always an indication that there is a functional problem with the ear or the sound processing system. It is a signal that you need to do something about your health. It is advisable to seek treatment that is supportive and life enhancing rather than ignore the condition.
Information Sheet on how Sound Therapy can assist with Tinnitus

What causes tinnitus?

There are various theories about what produces the experience of tinnitus. Some of the most accepted ones are as follows:

  • Damage to the sensory cells in the inner ear, which receive sound. If these hair like cells are bent over and touching each other they produce a short circuit, causing the phantom noise
  • Congestion or imbalance of fluid in the inner ear chambers
  • Hyperactive brain cells

Factors which cause tinnitus to develop are: exposure to excessively loud or prolonged noise, certain prescription drugs, ear infections, misalignment of the jaw.

Accoustic Neuroma

Tinnitus can also be caused by an acoustic neuroma, a tumour on the auditory nerve. Your doctor may recommend that you have an MRI to rule this out. Once you have ruled out acoustic neuroma you can start looking for other solutions.

Notched Music Vs Sound Therapy

To read more on Notched music and Tinnitus follow this link

How can I avoid getting tinnitus?

Obtain a list of drugs known to cause tinnitus (from the Tinnitus Association in your State) and avoid taking them. Always wear hearing protection if you are exposed to loud noise. There is lots more information available in the Triumph Over Tinnitus book.

Buy Triumph Over Tinnitus book .

My doctor said I have to live with it.

Unless you have a condition that can be helped by syringing the ear or surgery, your doctor may tell you that there is no way to relieve your tinnitus. If so, please tell your doctor about Sound Therapy!

Information Sheet on how Sound Therapy can assist with Tinnitus

Read some testimonials on Sound Therapy and Tinnitus Treatment

To learn more about how Sound Therapy can assist with Tinnitus, request one of our Free Reports.

 

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