A daily blast of sound and electrical pulses may tame tinnitus


MonthiraYodtiwong By Andy Coghlan Peace at last. A new treatment has shown promise for taming tinnitus, a ringing or grating sound which affects one in 10 people. Existing treatments are limited to behavioural programmes that help patients better tolerate the condition or to drastic and risky surgery involving electrical implants, such as deep brain stimulation. The new treatment disrupts synchronised brain signals thought to be responsible for the unwanted ringing. It does this by feeding pulses of sound into a patient’s ear and alternating, a moment later,
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