Tinnitus measurement and training

Up to eight million people in Germany suffer at least temporarily from "ear noises". Most of these noises are perceived by the ears, but they actually originate from central hearing processing. Research work at the Research Centre Jülich, for example, has shown that targeted acoustic neuromodulation has a clearly positive effect on those affected and can reduce the tinnitus noise. The procedure with the Tinnicur(r) system first of all makes it possible to reproduce the sound perceived by the affected person as accurately as possible and thus make it "visible", in particular for relatives to hear and understand. Based on the determination of the tinnitus signal via frequency, signal shape, volume and sideways movement, a targeted central hearing training is then individually designed and set in motion, with which the affected person regularly hears particularly filtered classical music and thus stimulates his neural hearing processing in a particularly stimulating way. Further information can also be found here:

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