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Sound Therapy - AudioCardio Mobile App (12 Month Subscription)

Product Description

Sharpen your hearing in just 60 minutes per day!

Threshold Sound Conditioning Has Been Clinically Tested With Stanford University and Samsung Medical Center

How it Works:
Our clinically tested Threshold Sound Conditioning (TSC) technology generates personalized sound therapies at the “just inaudible” level to help stimulate and strengthen your cells. AudioCardio™ quickly assesses your hearing and delivers a once a day, one hour sound therapy for your ears.

Your hearing works by processing sound waves traveling through the air. These sound waves are then sent as signals to the brain. The brain then interprets these signals as sounds. Threshold Sound Conditioning technology detects the key frequencies that have lost sensitivity (commonly due to noise exposure and aging) and exercises them with personalized and inaudible sound signals.

Through your personalized sound therapy sessions, you can stimulate the damaged cells inside your ears to help promote and support the sending of the signals to the brain.

By repeatedly stimulating these cells, AudioCardio hopes to help generate enough consistent stimulation to “activate” them and allow the brain to rewire itself to better transmit the electrical signals. Most importantly, the transmission of electrical signals means there is a possibility to change your brain’s ability to recognize familiar sounds once again.

Benefits:
Improve- Communication, Quality of Life, Relationships
Reduce-Frustration, Feelings of Loneliness, Social Isolation

Testimonials:
“Hearing loss runs in my family so when my hearing started going I pretty much despaired over finding anything to help, other than a hearing aid, which I figured was inevitable. Then a friend told me about this app. Previously, I had started watching some TV shows with close captioning and, with friends, my conversation was punctuated with “What? What?” Now, after some months of diligently using the app, this is no longer the case. I intend to keep using it and I wish this company every success!” - Charlotte L.

“I’ve been using their sound therapy for tinnitus and minor hearing loss for a few weeks and I’ve definitely noticed that my ringing tinnitus has softened, and I can hear certain high pitch sounds again that I haven’t heard in years.” - Tim C.

FAQs

Q: Why should I use AudioCardio™?
A: Hearing loss isn’t just an inconvenience. Untreated hearing loss has been closely associated with secondary physical and mental health issues ranging from an increased risk of falling to dementia. AudioCardio is an easily accessible and affordable sound therapy that aims to protect and strengthen your hearing anytime, anywhere.


Q: Can I use AudioCardio for more than an hour a day™?
A: We recommend using AudioCardio for just one hour a day as the was the amount of time that we tested it for during our clinical trials.


Q: I've started the sound therapy, but I can't hear anything. Should I hear anything while the sound therapy is activated?
A: Your sound therapy should not be audible while it is activated. The sound therapy plays right below the audible volume level. Your hearing assessment is what calibrates this sound therapy. If you can hear your sound therapy, retake your assessment and find the very lowest volume level that you can hear the tones being played in the assessment. Set the slider there or one to two dBr lower.


Q: Can I use AudioCardio™ with my hearing aids?
A: Yes, you may use AudioCardio with your hearing aids. However, always be sure that you use the EXACT SAME settings for your assessments and sound therapy. If you decide to switch to headphones or earbuds, you’ll need to retake the assessment again so that the app can calibrate to those earbuds or headphones. You must also make sure that anytime your hearing aids are being used with AudioCardio, that “Mono Audio” is turned off in your phone’s settings. Please follow the steps below for most phone manufacturers. Go to phone’s settings and find the “Accessibility” settings. Look for “Audio & Visual” settings and select it. Turn off “Mono Audio”.