Tinnitus

Tinnitus is typically experienced as a persistent ringing in the ears. However, it can also manifest as buzzing, rushing, crickets, waves or a combination of these sounds.

How does tinnitus happen?

There are numerous manifestations and reasons for experiencing tinnitus. Tinnitus can be caused when a person is overexposed to excessive noise, taking certain medications or has experienced a head trauma.

When is tinnitus a problem?

If tinnitus interferes with your concentration, sleeping patterns or ability to hear clearly, it is a problem.

Is there a solution for tinnitus?

Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT) has helped thousands of tinnitus sufferers around the world. Approximately 86% of TRT participants reported that the management successfully helped them improved their tinnitus condition. TRT is a combination approach including informational and counselling techniques and sound therapy.

Tinnitus Relief

Tinnitus relief is possible with sound therapy and our wide range of Tinnitus SoundSupportTM technology. The new Tinnitus SoundSupport provides highly personalised tinnitus relief throughout the day.

Research indicates that successful sound relief requires sounds that people respond to in a positive way. With Oticon Tinnitus SoundSupport technology, users can choose the combination of relief sounds they prefer from soothing ocean sounds to more traditional “white noise” broadband sounds.

This Tinnitus SoundSupport is the first integrated relief sound generator to offer ocean sounds, a popular category of sounds that have shown great promise in decreasing tinnitus annoyance.

Request a tinnitus assessment

Phone freecall 1800 781 653 or request a tinnitus assessment