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Silence your tinnitus 

You can Train Your Brain and Silence Your Tinnitus Sounds without wasting your money on so called "miracle cures." 

We do not claim to cure Tinnitus. However, by using simple and proven techniques to shift your brain's attention to sounds that are more interesting than your tinnitus, you "rewire your brain" and effectively switch off your tinnitus sounds.

These techniques have been proven and refined over the last 15 years at the University of Auckland Hearing & Tinnitus. Learn More For Free

 Get the tingling sensation?

Our Clinical Director, Associate Professor Grant Searchfield was recently interviewed by Radio NZ. They were discussing ASMR - Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. Fancy name for types of sounds and music where you can get a physical tingling or shiver response.

Please use this link to find out more

We may be doing some more research into the potential for use of ASMR sounds in helping tinnitus.

Can you inherit tinnitus?

Could you pass on your tinnitus to your children or grandchildren? We explore this topic in the latest Tinnitus Tunes Blog

The blog is based on some interesting research published recently based on a large study of twins in Sweden that suggests a genetic link to your chances of having bilateral tinnitus. We have given a link to the research

We hate people who take advantage of people with tinnitus and promote "magic cures" that are simply too good to be true. But we do believe the Brain Training is a Game Changer and we would love you to join our community of Brain Trainers - so we collectively all prove to the naysayers that you don't just have to put up with tinnitus. Become a brain trainer in two simple steps.

Are you planning to buy hearing aids?

I recommend you read this good short article by a trusted colleague Nolene Nielson on managing expectations. 11 things-you-need-to-know-when-you-first-get-hearing-aids







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Latest feedback from one of our members

"Just in touch to say that I recently became a member of your Tinnitus Tunes website and wanted to let you know what a wonderful resource I thought it to be. Crammed full of downloadable apps, and information. Very easy to navigate, with access to varying levels of information depending on need. Kind regards, Lea."