A tinnitus therapy signal can provide relief.

Besides amplifying the sounds around us, most of our hearing aids also include a tinnitus therapy feature. How does this work?

In very quiet hearing environments, regular hearing aids don’t have enough external sounds to amplify to distract you from your tinnitus. This is when the tinnitus therapy feature comes in. By emitting a customized therapy signal — a soothing sound like waves rolling into a beach — it distracts you from focusing on the ringing in your ears. Our hearing aids are equipped with different therapy signal types, including four nature-inspired ocean wave signals and five pre-programmed static sounds (e.g., white noise).

Use our customized solutions to distract you from tinnitus, so you can relax and focus on enjoying the outside world again.

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Find your ideal solution for tinnitus.

Signia hearing aids offer many setting options for their tinnitus therapy feature. Your hearing care professional will help you choose the best one for your personal needs. Keep in mind that even if you don’t have hearing loss, our hearing aids can be adjusted to provide relief from tinnitus without amplification.

Here are some examples:

  • Separate therapy signal generator.
  • Two programmable modes: tinnitus therapy signals only or mixed mode.
  • Four nature-inspired ocean wave therapy signals.
  • Five pre-programmed static therapy signals: white noise, pink noise, speech noise, brown noise, and high-tone noise.
  • Static therapy signals customized in up to 20 bands.

Stay tuned.

There are many ways to effectively overcome tinnitus today. Our entire line of primax™ hearing aids offer tinnitus therapy features. Learn more about our solutions for hearing loss and tinnitus.

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