An effective tinnitus treament in only 2 minutes
The new Tinnitool has a 20x higher efficiency than the previous version. Thus, significantly better and faster results can be achieved. This even with shorter treatment times. The Soft Laser System consists of the MedicLaser (100mW output power and 660nm wavelength) and the trunk with diffuser (fibre glass light guide with a new type of scattering lens).
Tinnitool Ear Laser is patented Swiss Soft Laser technology, it is an effective solution for treating tinnitus (ringing in the ears) and similar inner ear disorders, such as partial deafness due to tinnitus, ear pressure, morbus Ménière (dizziness) and acute hearing loss in your own home. With the new generation of lasers, it has now been possible to achieve results that come close to that of a professional laser and which can be safely applied yourself without specialist knowledge.
The Tinnitool EarLaser4 combines:
• MedicLaser soft laser system
• 2 x CR123 Lithium batteries
• Ear attachment which is used for treating tinnitus
The treatment is completely safe and painless. The laser beam even penetrates the deeper subcutaneous layers and works as curative bio-stimulation directly on the metabolism in the connective tissue. This leads to rapid regeneration of the hearing cells, stimulation of the immune system, acceleration of cell division and activation of specific defensive molecules. More than 50,000 patients worldwide have already been successfully treated with this system.
The principle of the trunk and diffuser on the laser is to project the energy from the MedicLaser concentratedly and precisely into the ear by means of an elaborate fibreglass cable. Due to the perfect positioning of the trunk the laser beam can reach the zone more exactly.
Tinnitool EarLaser 4 works effectively on the symptoms of:
• Acute and chronic tinnitus
• Partial deafness due to tinnitus
• Morbus Ménière (dizziness)
• Acute hearing loss and hearing distortion
• Consequences of a middle ear inflammation
• Circulatory problems of the inner ear
Are you struggling with Tinnitus?
Tinnitus is an awareness of sound in the ears or head which is not from an external source. There are many different types of tinnitus sounds. Common descriptions are that it is a hiss, whistle, whirr, ring or buzz. Occasionally, it can be segments of music. The pitch can be high or low and the level can vary over time.
In its mildest form, tinnitus is extremely common, especially after being in a noisy place such as a concert. An estimated 10% of the UK adult population experience tinnitus frequently. But around 5% find it affects their quality of life.
There are two main types: subjective and objective tinnitus.
Subjective. This can be heard only by the person. It is by far the most common type of tinnitus.
Objective.This can be heard by somebody examining the person and is very uncommon. It can be caused by physical effects such as spasm of the tiny muscles in the middle ear, abnormalities in the blood vessels or increased blood flow to the ear.
Why do I have Tinnitus?
The following factors can be involved in the development of Tinnitus:
- Hearing loss
Tinnitus sometimes occurs along with some degree of hearing loss. But around one in every three people with tinnitus does not have any problem with their hearing.
- Exposure to loud noise
Noise is one of the most common causes of hearing loss. A single incident experienced at close range may permanently damage your hearing. Repeated exposures to loud noise over an extended period present serious risks to human hearing.
- Injury to the head
One in ten, suffering chronic tinnitus, have had an ear, neck or head injury.
- Ear infection
An ear infection can cause blockage of hearing, and so make tinnitus more likely.
- Emotional stress
How you manage your tinnitus may have a connection with the level of stress you are under. If you suffer high levels of stress, there is a greater chance that you will be troubled by your tinnitus.
- Side effects of medication
Certain medications, both prescription and over the counter, can cause tinnitus. Tinnitus is cited as a potential side effect for about 200 prescription and non-prescription drugs.
How can you manage tinnitus?
The first part of tinnitus management is not to panic, and it is always advisable to consult your GP, who can refer you to an Ear, Nose and Throat doctor or Audiologist.
It may be a simple case of a build-up of wax, but they will be able to ensure there is no evidence of an infection or an underlying ear condition which needs treatment first.
Some clinicians will tell you "there is nothing you can do about tinnitus, just get used to it". This is wrong. There are various therapies and treatments that can help you manage your tinnitus and reduce its impact. You might find it helpful to try managing your tinnitus yourself and the following tips may be useful…….
- Avoid silence
Increasing the noise around you can help you stop focusing on your tinnitus. Some people find playing background music or other regular sounds can be helpful.
- Protect your hearing
Protect your hearing when you are in a particularly noisy environment. However, do not be tempted to wear earplugs away from these situations.
Sometimes worrying about tinnitus can make it more noticeable, the graphic demonstrates how fears and tension worsen the problem. So, learning to relax can help provide relief. Slowing down the rate of breathing and relaxing your muscles are examples of simple relaxation exercises you can try.
- Keep active & healthy
It is important to try to keep active and involved in your usual activities or hobbies as this can help to take your focus away from your tinnitus. And, being as healthy as possible is good for your general wellbeing. If you find certain foods or drinks or activities seem to aggravate your tinnitus, reduce them.
There are several therapies available now which have been shown to provide long-term and consistent relief from tinnitus and one of them is a classified medical device - Tinnitool Ear Laser
Tinnitool Ear Laser is an effective home treatment for treating tinnitus and similar inner ear disorders, such as partial deafness due to tinnitus, ear pressure, Meniere's disease, acute hearing loss and hearing distortion.
The Soft Laser System consists of the MedicLaser (5mW output power and 650nm wavelength) and the headset EarTool (fibre optic ear piece).
How does Tinnitool work?
Tinnitool is a classified medical device and more than 10,000 sufferers have been successfully treated with this product.
The treatment consists of a specialist soft laser beam which penetrates the deep subcutaneous layers within the ears and works as bio-stimulation, directly on the metabolism of the cells. This leads to a regeneration of the hearing cells, stimulation of the immune system, and a speeding up of cell division.
Soft laser therapy can therefore accelerate the regeneration of damaged cells in the auditory system.
Safe, comfortable & effective
The headset is easy to use and comfortable during the treatment, and this form of laser treatment has undergone successful long-term testing in hospitals and in doctor's practices. It has been submitted to extensive medical tests and proven scientifically by various medical clinical trials and studies. The device is supported by a comprehensive information booklet and the instructions are easily followed.
How quickly will I experience an improvement using TinniTool?
TinniTool isn't a complete cure for tinnitus, and research is still ongoing to find a cure. However, users have found that using TinniTool significantly improved their quality of life. Over 30,000 tinnitus sufferers have used TinniTool to reduce their tinnitus symptoms.
- Improves the noise disturbance caused by tinnitus
- Reduces hearing loss
- Reduces dizziness
- May reduce ear pain
- Is a safe and pain free treatment
- Is easy to use
- Has a 90 Day Money Back Guarantee
There are no risks and only benefits from trying TinniTool in your own home - you have 90 Days to get to know the device and understand its benefits
Here is some feedback from TinniTool customers:
"Since I was 16 years old I had tinnitus and I had already come to terms with the constant noise in my ear. With TinniTool my tinnitus got better, the beeping was less, so I hardly hear it. With me I found the treatment with TinniTool was a huge success"
"With regard to TinniTool I've personally had a lot of relief. Every so often I go through this episode where I get extreme ear pain, with the use of TinniTool I get immediate pain relief"
"I thought it important to try the device and used it over a period of 3 months. I found that my tinnitus disappeared completely over time"
Get back to your favourite activities in the peace and quiet
TinniTool has also been evaluated in a number of clinical studies - in the latest:
A total of 141 patients were interviewed. TinniTool had been used by 96% of these patients, with 42% using for 3 months. Patients reported the following improvement in their tinnitus:
- 9% saw 50-100% reduction in tinnitus
- 20% reported 25%-49% reduction in tinnitus
- 65% experienced up to 25% improvement
Those who had used TinniTool for longer were more likely to report large improvements in their tinnitus with 10% of patients using for 4-6 months reporting over 75% reduction in tinnitus.
More than 2 out of 3 patients said they would recommend the product to friends or family.
- Acute and chronic tinnitus
- Partial deafness due to tinnitus
- Morbus Ménière (dizziness)
- Acute hearing loss and hearing distortion
- Middle ear inflammation
If you suffer from tinnitus, you're not alone. Many people experience tinnitus, with around 10% of people having it all the time. Tinnitool - the at-home tinnitus ear laser treatment - has been designed to fit comfortably on your head to ensure that the laser's energy can reach the inner ear to help regenerate damaged cells. More than 10,000 people have been successfully treated using the Tinnitool Ear Laser, making it one of the most successful clinically proven treatments available today.