#1 08-11-2009 10:33:52

Edmund Kean
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Detinnitiser

I stumbled across an interesting website today.

http://www.detinnitiser.com/#test

The website creator, Steve Ostler, presents some thought provoking ideas and indeed, has designed equipment & sounds (CD format) to help tackle one's awareness of tinnitus.

Well worth looking at.

Edmund

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#2 08-11-2009 18:24:36

Thomas
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Re: Detinnitiser

Edmund,

I know Steve Ostler and his method from a communication we had some 5 years ago (when his work was still in the early stages). He posted actually in my old forum pages (see http://www.mytinnitus.de/forum2.htm towards the bottom). The point is that his 'residual inhibition' method does not provide a permanent improvement. The tinnitus will come back as soon as you turn of the inhibiting sound source again (he says this actually himself on his website that you referenced above). Even though it may provide some temporary relief in the early stages of the tinnitus (I used briefly the same method with 'white noise' in the beginning), it does not really improve the situation, and I felt it could even make it worse. For a long term application it definitely does not seem to be suitable.

Thomas

P.S.: I moved this topic from the 'Adverts' section into the 'Tinnitus Forum'.

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#3 13-02-2013 12:28:02

timelord 1956
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Re: Detinnitiser

Thomas wrote:

Edmund, i have used the deinnitiser cd its cheap and works when the tinnitus is realy bad reguards robert.

I know Steve Ostler and his method from a communication we had some 5 years ago (when his work was still in the early stages). He posted actually in my old forum pages (see http://www.mytinnitus.de/forum2.htm towards the bottom). The point is that his 'residual inhibition' method does not provide a permanent improvement. The tinnitus will come back as soon as you turn of the inhibiting sound source again (he says this actually himself on his website that you referenced above). Even though it may provide some temporary relief in the early stages of the tinnitus (I used briefly the same method with 'white noise' in the beginning), it does not really improve the situation, and I felt it could even make it worse. For a long term application it definitely does not seem to be suitable.

Thomas

P.S.: I moved this topic from the 'Adverts' section into the 'Tinnitus Forum'.

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#4 13-02-2013 12:34:05

timelord 1956
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Re: Detinnitiser

Edmund Kean wrote:

I stumbled across an interesting website today.

http://www.detinnitiser.com/#test

The website creator, Steve Ostler, presents some thought provoking ideas and indeed, has designed equipment & sounds (CD format) to help tackle one's awareness of tinnitus.

Well worth looking at.

Edmund

hi edmund this site is good the cd works for me after 15 years i have tried

all sorts sound therpy herbal but this realy helps reguards robert

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