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The Beltone Tinnitus Calmer™ app uses a combination of sounds and relaxing exercises that aim to distract your brain from focusing on your tinnitus.

Tinnitus Calmer app

Manage your tinnitus with the new Sound Therapy app. Distract your brain from focusing on your tinnitus with the help of Beltone's Tinnitus Calmer app. Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Android devices, the app offers a combination of Sound Therapy and relaxing exercises which can help provide relief from tinnitus.
Device compatibility
Customize your sounds

Choose from the selection of sounds within the app’s library or upload your own sounds. Play them alone or create your own soundscapes by layering up to five sounds. Balance the sounds between your right and left ears, or turn on the timer so you can fall asleep to soothing sounds. As you listen to the selected sounds, you can try popping small moving bubbles for a relaxing, distracting exercise.

Manage your tinnitus

Learn how to manage your tinnitus with the Coping Skills: a comprehensive selection of different excercises such as deep breathing, guided meditation and useful tips, that helps you to cope with your tinnitus and live a more engaging life. 
Engaging activities and comprehensive tips for understanding and managing your tinnitus.

Track your progress
The app will also track your usage, so you can see which sounds work best for you. Show your app usage to your hearing care practitioner during your follow up visit to discuss the progress and treatment options.
What's tinnitus?
We have included some useful information for you to understand tinnitus better. Within the app you will find educational information which will help you better understand your tinnitus and what can be done to help.
Manage your tinnitus and hearing loss with one device 
Approximately 4 in 5 people with tinnitus also experience some level of hearing loss. The use of a hearing aid to amplify sounds has proven to help cover up the tinnitus and make it less distracting. Some of the hearing aids come with a built-in tinnitus sound generator feature, offering additional flexibility in treating both hearing loss and tinnitus. 

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Get relief from tinnitus anywhere, anytime

You can use the app on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Android smartphone. You can stream sounds directly into your Made for iPhone hearing aids, listen through speakers or a headset. 

You can stream sounds from Tinnitus Calmer app directly into your Beltone's Made for iPhone hearing aids: 

Beltone Amaze

Beltone Trust Beltone LegendBeltone Boost Plus

If you own a Beltone Promise or Beltone True wireless hearing aid, you can stream directly with the help of Beltone Direct Phone Link 2

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Understanding your tinnitus
  • An estimated 50 million Americans experience tinnitus (persistent ringing, buzzing or roaring in one or both ears).¹
  • 90% of those with tinnitus also have some type of hearing loss.²
  • Roughly 10% of the U.S. adult population, or about 25 million Americans, has experienced tinnitus lasting at least five minutes in the past year.²

¹Hearing Loss Association of America
²Hearing Health Foundation

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