About Neuromonics Treatment
Contrary to common believes, Tinnitus can be treated and managed.
Neuromonics Tinnitus Treatment is suitable for patients whose tinnitus is a result of such neurological changes. The Neuromonics tinnitus treatment program is designed to interact, interrupt and desensitize tinnitus disturbance for long term benefit. The Neuromonics Tinnitus Treatment introduces and delivers a spectrally modified neural stimulus. The stimulus is embedded and delivered at specific intervals coordinated with precisely-designed music.
The special Neuromonics music positively engages the brain’s limbic system, the part of the brain associated with emotional response, allowing for effective delivery of the stimulus and treatment. Utilizing neuroplasticity, the Neuromonics Tinnitus Treatment, stimulates the auditory pathway to enable new neural connections that allow the brain to help filter out the tinnitus sound, thus reducing the disturbance and impact of the tinnitus.
Only the Neuromonics Tinnitus treatment is clinically proven to provide more than 70% tinnitus reduction in more than 91% of suitable candidates.
More about Tinnitus?
There are many potential causes for tinnitus (ringing in the ears) with a very small percentage resulting from medical related reasons. However, it is generally seen that most of the tinnitus involves a series of neurological changes within the auditory system as well as systems in the brain that influence attention and emotional state.
As a result of changes in the auditory system, this leads to increased and altered activity in the neurons of the auditory system. The brain then interprets this altered activity as tinnitus sound even though no external sound exists. There are many people who experience tinnitus due to this reason but are not bothered by it.
When tinnitus becomes truly bothersome, it’s usually the reaction to the brain’s various perceptions to the sound rather than the sound itself. The brain reacts with further changes that control the conscious attention and emotional response, such as the limbic and autonomic nervous systems.