Get Tinnitus Relief
Tonal Therapy is an iOS app that helps reduce the symptoms of tinnitus through Acoustic Coordinated Reset Neuromodulation Therapy.
How does it work?
Acoustic Coordinated Reset Neuromodulation (or ACRN) Therapy works by playing tones that dance around your tinnitus frequency. This pattern can help provide you with temporary relief of the ringing caused by tinnitus.
Find Your Frequency
Start by pinpointing your tinnitus frequency using the frequency slider
Listen to the Pattern
The app plays a series of tones that dance around your frequency.
Get Some Relief
We can't promise results for everyone, but ACRN therapy may help reduce your ringing!
Will it work for you?
ACRN Therapy has shown promising results when studied amongst a wide range of tinnitus patients. Some see significant relief, while others only minor. While we can't promise it will work for you, the feedback we have received has been promising.
For best results:
Put on headphones
Set the volume to a low, but audible level.
Listen for a few minutes (or up to a few hours) at a time. Repeat daily!
What is ACRN Therapy?
ACRN stands for Acoustic Coordinated Reset Neuromodulation and is a technique based on a whitepaper by Peter A. Tass, Ilya Adamchic, Hans-Joachim Freund, Tatjana von Stackelberg and Christian Hauptmann.
In the paper, the researchers studied various tonal patterns and their efficacy in reducing the symptoms of tinnitus. Their results are promising.
You can read the whitepaper here.
What people are saying
Wow. I’m actually pleasantly surprised that this app seems to help me. The ringing isn’t gone, but it’s certainly decreased.
Hot damn that actually seems to have some effect
Tonal Therapy is available on the App Store
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Tonal Therapy requires iOS 14.0 or greater.
Frequently asked questions
Does this work on iPad?
Is this safe?
How long should I listen?
Can I mix the audio with other sounds, like music?
What can you do when the app is playing in the background?
Will it work for me?
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