Tinnitus and Widex Zen

Dr. Robert Sweetow, Ph.D. from University of California, San Francisco, is a respected authority on tinnitus with 30 years’ experience in treating the condition.

Ear Problems: Treatment for Ringing in the Ears (Tinnitus)

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25 thoughts on “Tinnitus and Widex Zen

  1. Can anyone please convey some of his/hers experiences about this stuff?

    Besides, I read about a ‘possibly medical cure’ today in Science Daily. I think cure is closer than all we expect. Stay strong..

  2. Dr. Robert Sweetow has conducted a study with Zen tones – a new technology using fractal tones available in the Widex hearing aids.

    Over 80% of the subjects involved in the study stated that they found it easier to relax when they were listening to the Zen fractal tones – thereby breaking the stress cycle often induced by tinnitus.

  3. Huh I think I have it at night I dunno because when it is quiet a hear a ring like a “zzzzzzeuh” or “zzzz” and it doesn’t bother me because it only happens when it gets like deafening quiet lol

  4. I thought hearing the ringing noises was normal… Ive had it for as long as I can remember im completly used to it so it never bothers me I dont think it ever has

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  6. i’ve have this since i was like 5 years old or something. I didn’t really cared about it. I only hear it in the night cause then it’s quied. Tinnitus is not that bad, when you just accept it. Sometimes i got this loud peep in my ear, but it dissapears after a minute.

  7. I good tip i have is try to stand in the shower, even put your fingers ontop of your ears, most likley u wont hear anything at all och and i found that a sauna does the same thing but in a smaller deegre cause of the noise that the shower makes

  8. It’s a continuous backround “beep tone” like that of the tone generator (they play on a radio or a TV station when it’s off duty) :-) I have it for many years, also a cousin of mine. Know that it’s a legacy family characteristic. We took the gene from my grandma, she also suffered from this ;-) So, probably your children will get it from you. It’s accompanied by dizziness some time, and people who have this, also have dizziness or balance problems.

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