Test and hearing training for tinnitus
Up to eight million people in Germany suffer at least occasionally from "ear noises". Although most of these are perceived in the ears, they actually originate in central auditory processing. Research conducted at the Jülich Research Center, for example, has shown that targeted acoustic neuromodulation can have a significantly positive effect on sufferers and reduce tinnitus noise.
The procedure with the Tinnicur system makes it possible, first of all, to reproduce as accurately as possible the noise perceived by the affected person and thus to make it "visible", audible and comprehensible, especially for relatives. Based on the determination of the tinnitus signal via frequency, signal shape, volume and laterality, a targeted central auditory training is then individually designed and set in motion, with which the affected person regularly listens to specially filtered classical music and thus particularly stimulates his neuronal auditory processing.
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