Low Pitched Sound Treatment

in this, a person is made to hear a low-pitched sound of 40 to 100 hertz of frequency thorough a regular MP3 player. After a minute or so, the high-pitched ringing in the ear (tinnitus) is suppressed by the low-pitched sound from the MP3 player.

Tinnitus refers to a condition when any sound becomes intolerable to a person. Generally, tinnitus patients feel pain in their ears due to any sound. This dreadful disease can attack anyone through various ways and it never spares youths also. While some people develop tinnitus over a longer period of time, some get this suddenly after hearing a loud sound. Apart from this, there are other reasons that can cause tinnitus e.g. severe headache, ear irritation, adverse drug reaction, Williams’ syndrome, Autism, Bell’s palsy, Asperger syndrome, minor head injury, chronic ear infections and others. Presently, this disease affects 55% inhabitants of the U.S.A. As medical science has advanced a lot in this modern era, there is nothing to be overtly worried about tinnitus. Nowadays, there are several ways to cure tinnitus. The Low-pitched Sound Treatment is one of the effective ways to cure tinnitus.

If a simple MP3 player to the ears applies a low-pitched sound, it suppresses and provides temporary relief from the high-pitched ringing tone commonly associated with the disorder. Basically it is a very low-pitched and pulsing sound, which is also described as a calm and pleasant tone of 40 to 100 hertz of frequency. When this low-pitched sound is applied to the patient through a regular MP3 player, it attenuates the high-pitched ringing after about 90 seconds and provides comfort, what a tinnitus patient usually describes as a high-level of continued relief. But one should consult with a registered medical practitioner before undergoing the Low-pitched Sound Treatment to cure tinnitus.

One Response to “Low Pitched Sound Treatment”

  1. Brenda Good Says:

    I live in the UK and the waiting list to see someone about my tinnitus is a long wait.
    Is there anywhere I can buy the low pitched recording or is it definite I have to get it through my GP?

    Thank you,
    Brenda

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