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What is Sound Therapy?
Sound Therapy is a portable listening program to benefit your ears and brain. Listening to this unique, filtered music relieves tinnitus and other ear problems while also enhancing your brain performance.
Sound therapy is effective for:
- Ringing in the ears—lasting relief from tinnitus
- Dizziness or vertigo—regain your balance
- Hearing—hear better in noisy environments
- Blocked ear—retrain your ears to equalise
- Insomnia—get deeper, more beneficial sleep
- Stress and anxiety—inner peace and wellbeing
- Auditory processing—enhance learning ability
- Brain performance—enhance creativity and focus
What Causes Ringing in the Ears
Do you suffer from ringing in the ears? Is it starting to affect your everyday life?
Did you know that ringing in ears or tinnitus affects almost 20% of the population to some degree? Whether that’s simply the irritation of a constant low-level hum or it’s impossible to concentrate or sleep for intrusive roaring or rushing sounds, tinnitus can make life extremely difficult for some people.
What causes ringing in the ears?
The characteristic ringing, buzzing, rushing or roaring noises reported by tinnitus sufferers are caused when the brain cells in your auditory pathway start to fire repetitively. This repetitive action is usually caused by some sort of damage to your hearing, whether that’s from a blow to the ear, an infection, or from listening to music at high volume.
The level of noise experienced can range from unobtrusive ringing in the ear which is only noticeable when it’s quiet, to intrusive whooshing or roaring noises, which sound like the blood rushing through the veins in your head.
If you’re constantly aware of your ears ringing, it can affect your ability to hear properly, and it may be time to seek some kind of ringing in ears treatment.
An effective and long-lasting treatment for ringing in the ears
Our Sound Therapy treatment for ringing in the ears has been developed using a unique filtering process which, when applied to classical music, has the ability to reach 10 key centres within the brain. As the sounds reach the brain, they stimulate the brain’s activity and enable it to build new hearing pathways, which in turn stimulate and enhance the responsiveness of the auditory system. It also means an end to the repetitive firing of the tinnitus signals which cause the ringing in the ears.
A non-invasive treatment for ringing in the ears for home use
Not only is our treatment non-invasive but it can be administered by you, in your own home. There’s no need to visit a clinic or surgery, and all our consultations are conducted via Skype or over the phone by one of our Sound Therapy qualified sound therapists.
All you need do is listen to our ringing in the ears sound therapy on a music player via headphones. There’s no need to turn the volume up high or listen attentively. Simply put on your headphones, press play and get on with your normal activities. You can even watch TV or listen to music during the therapy. And as the sound waves reach the deep layers of the brain even when you’re asleep, you can take a well-earned nap if you need one.
Visit your doctor as some kinds of ringing in ears can be treated
We recommend that you see a doctor or specialist if you have a problem with ringing in the ears as they can not only offer advice on what causes ringing in the ears, but they can determine whether the underlying causes of your tinnitus can be treated.
It may be that the ringing in the ear you are experiencing has been caused by a build up of wax, which can be easily treated by your doctor. Other treatable causes of ringing in ears include impaired blood circulation, or the side-effects of certain medications.
However, while some forms of ringing in the ears can be treated by your doctor, you may be told that there is no cure for tinnitus and that you’ll just have to learn to live with it.
Sound Therapy as an alternative to noise suppression tactics
Prior to trying our Sound Therapy many people have tried an alternative treatment for ringing in the ears.
Noise suppression is often recommended as a ringing in ears treatment, with doctors suggesting that you use anything from white noise to fans to provide a continuous wave of noise. However, this kind of treatment only masks the noise rather than treating the cause.
And that’s where our Sound Therapy is different. Our tinnitus treatment uses specially designed sound waves to travel right to the heart of the problem that, with continuous use, will help to retrain your brain and build new auditory pathways.
A non-invasive treatment for ringing in the ears
Our ringing in ears sound wave therapy is totally non-invasive. All you have to do is listen to recordings of classical music through headphones and let the sound waves work their magic.
By travelling through the auditory system to the auditory cortex they stimulate the system to create new pathways and bypass the damaged areas that are causing the ringing.
While our treatment can significantly improve the hearing and tinnitus symptoms of every tinnitus sufferer, no matter how long-standing or severe the symptoms, we do advise that you start the treatment as early as possible for the best results.
Our sound wave therapy can also be used to treat other hearing issues from hearing loss caused by blocked sinuses and blocked ears or pressure ear to vertigo and dizziness.
Learn all about tinnitus from the experts
If you’d like to gain a greater understanding of the causes of tinnitus and learn more about how our sound wave therapy can offer relief for ringing in the ears, simply download our eBook ‘Triumph Over Tinnitus’.
It’s completely free and has been written by tinnitus experts who know exactly what it’s like to live with tinnitus on an everyday basis.
Learn more about our tinnitus sound therapy
By completing our FREE online assessment and downloading the free eBook ‘Triumph Over Tinnitus’. Alternatively call 1300 557796 and speak to one our qualified Sound Therapy consultants.
My Sound Therapy offer tinnitus treatment sound therapy options for the treatment of tinnitus. Although there are no cures for tinnitus available, we can offer sound therapy healing & tinnitus retraining therapy services that provide tinnitus relief.
What experts say
“I have used Sound Therapy successfully for children to improve their auditory memory and auditory processing. I highly recommend its use to accelerate learning.”
Catherine McLennan, B.ED, DIP Teaching
“As an audiologist, Sound Therapy has been the missing link to assist my patients. I would recommend Sound Therapy and Triumph Over Tinnitus to anyone contacting me about tinnitus.”
Dr Donna Segal – AU.D Indianapolis
Rafaele Joudry on Sunrise
Mother and child explain how Sound Therapy helped to enhance auditory processing thereby improving the child’s speech and learning ability.
Topic: Learning Difficulties
Rafaele Joudry on The Circle
How a child overcame delayed reading due to an auditory processing disorder. Learn how Sound Therapy activates the auditory system to assist ADD autism and other learning difficulties.
Topic: Learning Difficulties
Rafaele Joudry on the Today Show
Rafaele Joudry explains the causes of tinnitus and demonstrates the workings of the ear. What is tinnitus and how does Sound Therapy enhance brain plasticity to relieve tinnitus.
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Eric Mutton had tinnitus for sixty years after working as an aeroplane mechanic. This program documents how a long term tinnitus sufferer recovered completely after six month of Sound Therapy treatment.
“I have found benefits from Sound Therapy through improved concentration and absorbing more information while studying for my university degree. Also an improvement in hearing has helped me to enjoy life more.”
Barbara Adamson, Bowen Practitioner
“Three months after starting the program my tinnitus disappeared and has never returned. Other benefits are feeling less stressed, more concentration and more energy. The program is so easy to use, I’m very grateful this is available and it really works on tinnitus.”
Bridget Rowan – Sydney, Australia
“Thanks to Sound Therapy I now enjoy a better way of life and it’s still getting better. The tinnitus has faded and my hearing has improved significantly. There is a saying “you get what you pay for”. Well I believe that you get much more than what you pay for with Sound Therapy.”
Dave See, Miner and Truck Driver – Queensland, Australia
“Having had chronic fatigue for many years, sleep is crucial to my wellbeing. After menopause insomnia was a regular problem until I tried Sound Therapy and found I would drop off easily in a few minutes.”
Dr. Caresse Cranwell – Pottsville, Qld www.ECOllaborations.com
“Since using Sound Therapy my hearing is much better and my tinnitus has disappeared. But more importantly for me was that my memory greatly improved, as being visually impaired, I rely on my memory for everything.”
Narelle Russell Farmer – Narooma, NSW