Do you think you have a hearing loss? Pantev C, Clinical trial on tonal tinnitus with tailor-made notched music training, BMC Neurol, 2016, 16, 1, 38, doi: 10. Based on this assumption, a novel treatment for tonal tinnitus – tailor-made notched music training (TMNMT) – has been introduced and was tested in this clinical trial. This is supposed to help people with tinnitus (ringing in the ears). Interpreted in their entirety, the results also indicated that the induced changes in auditory cortex evoked neuronal activity and tinnitus loudness were not persistent, encouraging the application of the TMNMT as a longer-term training. The treatment is based on methods published in peer-reviewed European studies. We interpret this only short-lasting effect duration as indication that the induced plastic changes were merely functional and therefore transient in their nature – to elicit more stable and persistent effects, i.e.
Only the active listening (unisensory) group showed significant reduction of tinnitus related activity of the middle temporal cortex and an increase in the activity of a tinnitus-coping related posterior parietal area. White Noise – Notch Filtered at 11 kHz for Tinnitus Therapy 12 Hours Long w/ Visuals Let me start by saying I’m not a doctor, but I AM a fellow tinnitus sufferer. Psychologist Teppo Särkämö of the University of Helsinki and his team recruited 60 patients who had suffered a stroke in the middle cerebral artery of one hemisphere. This is the first study on TMNMT that was planned and conducted following the CONSORT statement standards for clinical trials. The error bars denote confidence intervals.