Tinnitus Alleviator Adds Ability to Use Personal Music Libraries to Help Ringing in Ears

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Neuromonics offers 14-day free trial on iOS mobile devices, helps those suffering from ringing in ears

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Individuals suffering from ringing in the ears now can seek relief with the music of their choice when using the Tinnitus Alleviator from Neuromonics, Inc., maker and distributor of patented and clinically proven medical devices designed for tinnitus relief.

The new feature is available with the Tinnitus Alleviator’s downloadable product for iOS-enabled mobile devices. When consumers download the Tinnitus Alleviator, they can add music from their personal music libraries to the music that Neuromonics provides. Neuromonics is offering a 14-day free trial for consumers to test out the Tinnitus Alleviator.

Tinnitus Alleviator uses a proven, effective treatment protocol. Consumers listen to spectrally modified music designed to retrain the brain to ignore the ringing sounds and stop reacting negatively to them.

“The added ability to use one’s own music library comes in response to requests from users who have been very happy with Tinnitus Alleviator,” says Eula Adams, CEO of Neuromonics. “The opportunity for users to listen to their own music will only improve their experience, and potentially enhance the benefits of Neuromonics’ proven treatment.”

Since its release last year, Neuromonics has seen more than 25,000 downloads of the Tinnitus Alleviator. “The Tinnitus Alleviator is proving to be an effective tool for people with ringing in the ears to ease symptoms at an affordable cost,” says Adams. The base product works with iOS-enabled devices, as well as most Android-enabled devices. Neuromonics plans to add the personal-music feature to the Tinnitus Alleviator for Android-enabled devices at a future date.

More than 50 million people in the United States suffer from the sound of ringing in the ears, when no external sounds are present. Usually brought on by exposure to loud noise, the problem is especially significant in the military, with more than 34 percent of returning veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan suffering from the condition. For many sufferers, the ringing noise causes fatigue, depression, anxiety, and problems with memory and concentration.

Neuromonics, Inc. (http://www.neuromonics.com)
Based in Westminster, Colo., Neuromonics, Inc., manufactures and distributes clinically proven medical devices to treat tinnitus. The patented and clinically proven Neuromonics Oasis™ provides long-term treatment and significant relief for those with severe tinnitus. The Haven, with the ability to program and individualize hearing profiles, is a management tool offering situational relief for tinnitus symptoms. The Sanctuary, also a management tool, works with pre-programmed profiles for on-demand relief. The Tinnitus Alleviator’s downloadable product for iOS- and Android-enabled mobile devices offers help for those suffering from ringing in the ears.

With research and development beginning in the early 1990s, Neuromonics has helped thousands of tinnitus sufferers improve their quality of life and overcome the daily life challenges associated with tinnitus. Today, Neuromonics provides its devices to nearly 2,000 hearing professionals on four continents, through direct relationships and reseller partners. Neuromonics news includes segments on national media including “The Doctors” and CNN.

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