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Tinnitus Cures: Learn How You Can Save Your Hearing!

By Nina N. Mulgrew

Tinnitus cures are available all over the place, all around the world, which is indication enough that this hearing disorder does not discriminate against race, age or sex of it’s victims. The key is in finding the right tinnitus cure for yourself as the cause of tinnitus varies from patient to patient. In this article, we will proceed to review typical tinnitus cures people usually try in their bid to cure the ringing sound in their ears.

The first method of treating the ringing sound in your ear is called feedback therapy. The interesting thing about this treatment is that it involves inducing tinnitus sounds to the patient. This method has been in existence since the 1980s, hence making it one of the pioneers of tinnitus treatment in this country.

Feedback therapy uses “matching-to-sample” feedback which means that the scientists duplicate the tinnitus sound that you hear. The electronically mimicked sound is then passed through either one or both of the your ear canal. The scientists believe that the same sound played at decreasing pitches of 5 decibels is able to reduce tinnitus permanently.

The idea of the experiment is that once the participants hear the lowered sound; they in return will also subconsciously lower the actual sound ringing in their ears. Interesting enough, almost all of the patients in the experiment reported a decrease in the ringing in their ears. By the end of the experiment itself, it was concluded that at least a quarter of the subjects were cured of tinnitus.

Alfred Tomatis was the inventor of Auditory Integration Training also known as AIT in short form. The object of this training method is to train the tinnitus patient on listening. Although it sounds quite silly, AIT is known to be intense as well as extensive for any patient to undertake no matter how desperate the tinnitus case is.

Dr. Guy Berard was a doctor who assisted Tomatis in trimming the AIT program. Under Berard s supervision, AIT had shorter training hours and involve listening to random song extractions at low as well as high frequency. The result is a music genre that changes into distorted noise, which is recommended for 30-minute sessions twice in one day.

The ATI concept reached the United States through France in the early 1990s. Interestingly, the first subject of AIT was a young girl who happened to cure autism under this method. Other treatments due to ATI also include depression as well as tinnitus.

The “audiokinetron” and the BGC are both considered effective tinnitus cures. Having said that, there is no numerical evidence that ATI is an effective treatment method. We would like to recommend that you read the widely raved Banish Tinnitus, an e-book solely based on curing tinnitus that is slowly gaining cult popularity due to great feedback on the Internet.

Did you know that you do not have to put up with ringing in your ears anymore? Come find out more about Tinnitus Cures.

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Mulgrew, Nina N. "Tinnitus Cures: Learn How You Can Save Your Hearing!." Tinnitus Cures: Learn How You Can Save Your Hearing!. 7 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 2 Aug 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/self-improvement/tinnitus-cures-learn-how-you-can-save-your-hearing/>.

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