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Pilots With Tinnitus

Written by AudioNotch Team on January 17, 2015

The noise and constant vibrations that are associated with air travel can take its toll on those who fly for a living. Pilots with tinnitus are very common. Pilots are one of the most notorious sufferers of ringing in the ears, a condition that is medically referred to as tinnitus. This condition is at best annoying. At worst, it can take a toll on the emotional well being of sufferers and interfere with their job abilities. Some pilots report difficulty hearing important radio control tower instructions due to the interference of the ringing in their own heads.

Prevalence of Tinnnitus
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Trent Reznor Tinnitus

Written by AudioNotch Team on January 14, 2015

Trent Reznor, of Nine Inch Nails fame, suffers from tinnitus. The popular musician/songwriter has written about the affliction in a number of lyrics including “Something I Can Never Have” and “The Becoming.” Reznor is not alone. Dozens of famous people from the past and present had or have the condition. An estimated 24 million people in the United States of all ages report having experience with the problem.

Tinnitus Symptoms

Like Trent Reznor tinnitus sufferers may experience ringing in the ears. However, the array of annoying sounds heard vary and might also include buzzing, clicking, hissing or roaring. Individuals complain of the … Continue Reading

Tinnitus Cure 2014

Written by AudioNotch Team on January 12, 2015

There are several factors that can cause ringing in the ears, or tinnitus. In some cases, tinnitus will go away on its own after a very short period of time, but others will suffer from this condition for a lengthy period of time. It can range from being irritating or bothersome to rather debilitating in terms of severity. Tinnitus can be caused by age, circulatory health problems and other factors, and many of these will create increasingly pronounced and more bothersome symptoms over time. If you have a ringing sound in your years from time to time, you may be … Continue Reading

Anthony Kiedis Tinnitus

Written by AudioNotch Team on January 08, 2015

Long-Term Exposure to Loud Sounds

Fans of the Red Hot Chili Peppers know this is a heavy-duty rock band that plays loud music at numerous venues each year. In existence since 1983, one of it first members was Anthony Kiedis who was born in 1962. After singing onstage with this band for over 30 years, Kiedis has openly admitted his medical condition that is a result of long-term exposure to loud noise. Anthony Kiedis tinnitus was revealed several years ago in his autobiography “Scar Tissue” published in 2004. He wrote openly in this book about his experiences using illegal drugs with … Continue Reading

Will AudioNotch work on my iphone?

Written by AudioNotch Team on January 03, 2015

Categories: Tinnitus

Yes! AudioNotch will work on an iPhone or any iOS device!

You have two options:

1. You can access through the browser on your iphone, go to step 3, and click the “play” button. The audio will be streamed through your internet connection on your phone.

2. You can manually download the MP3 files onto your PC and then manually import them into itunes, and then when you sync your iphone with your PC you can manually ensure that the sound therapy files are synced to your iphone