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Research Article Open Access
A new strategy for idiopathic subjective tinnitus treatment – sound stimulation during sleep – has been applied. It was based on the knowledgement that the auditory system also works during sleep, processing the incoming information. Eleven patients were stimulated every night during 6 months. The stimulus was a sound that mimetized the tinnitus and was fixed at the same tinnitus intensity, applied through an iPod. All patients decreased their tinnitus intensity in the first month of treatment (statistically significant), most of them in the first week. Tinnitus intensity continued decreasing in the following weeks; three patients presented periods of total silence.
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Author(s): Pedemonte MDrexler D Rodio S Geisinger D PolFernandes D and Bernhardt V