Sunday, January 07, 2018

Oh yes, Faster please

Their creation treats tinnitus by using precisely timed sounds and weak electrical pulses designed to persuade damaged nerves in the region of the brainstem called dorsal cochlear nucleus into working correctly again.


Anonymous said...

Sounds promissing. Hope they get it to market soon.


Arthur said...


Sailorcurt said...

Crap...doesn't appear to work on my type of Tinnitus...only somatic.

Luckily, mine doesn't affect my ability to work or sleep, but it's definitely annoying.

I have trouble hearing individual sounds with a lot of background noise...I'm virtually deaf in a bar type setting. All I can hear is a wall of noise, I can't distinguish individual voices. And I have problems with high pitched sounds. I can't hear a watch alarm at all.

Windy Wilson said...

Sailorcurt, my ears do that too! I refer to it as "filling up" when there's lots of background noise, and I can't filter out the noise.

Firehand said...

I have lots of company. Mine is that, aside from the ring, if there's a lot of background noise I can hear someone speaking but can't make out the words.