Improve Hearing Loss with AudioCardio

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Click here to sign up for AudioCardio and use offer code RT20DC for 20% off.

Over the last 10 years, ever since I dedicated my career to helping people who suffer from chronic conditions like Tinnitus, hearing loss, and Meniere’s disease, I’ve heard from countless companies that want me to write about their products or services.

When you have any kind of online following, you get these emails every day, and most of them are completely irrelevant.

But every so often, something truly remarkable comes across my radar. Something that makes me stop and think everybody needs to know about this. Everyone needs to be using this.

So today, I’m going to tell you about an amazing new company called AudioCardio that has created a new app and technology that can actually improve and strengthen hearing in patients with sensorineural hearing loss.

It’s a bold claim for sure, but AudioCardio has the data and published studies to back it up.

If you suffer from any degree of hearing loss this is something you are going to want to start using immediately.

Click here to sign up for AudioCardio and use offer code RT20DC for 20% off.

I truly can’t recommend it enough.

What is AudioCardio?

AudioCardio is a mobile app (available for iOS and Android) delivers a new type of sound therapy that they call Threshold Sound Conditioning, and it functions like a kind of physical therapy for hearing.

But one that can actually improve your hearing over time.

In a clinical trial conducted at Stanford University, more than 70% of study participants experienced at least a 10-decibel improvement in their hearing at the targeted frequency after only 2 weeks of using AudioCardio’s algorithmically generated sound therapy for just one hour per day.

That is a mind-blowing result all on its own.

But even more incredible, from user data collected in the app, AudioCardio has seen as much as 15-25 decibel improvements across the whole frequency range in some of their longer-term users.

For many people with mild to moderate hearing loss this kind of improvement can be the difference between needing hearing aids or not.

It can also be used to strengthen and maintain hearing in a person living with a condition that can progressively affect your hearing (like Meniere’s disease in my case), which is why I’ve been using the app myself for a while now, and recommending it to all of my tinnitus and Meniere’s coaching clients.

How does AudioCardio work?

First, the app performs a hearing assessment to measure the current level of the user’s hearing.

It’s similar to a normal hearing test, but instead of clicking a button anytime you hear a tone, the app plays a continuous tone and asks you to manually change the decibel level to find the quietest possible sound you can hear at that frequency – it’s the volume level where you can just barley hear the tone being played, and where one decibel lower you can’t hear it at all.

This represents the low-end threshold of your hearing in that ear, at that specific frequency.

You then repeat this for a variety of other frequencies in both ears, covering the full range of human hearing, just like you would in a normal hearing test.

Once your hearing is assessed, the app then targets your worst frequency – the one with the greatest hearing loss – and delivers their proprietary sound therapy called Threshold Sound Conditioning.

How AudioCardio improves sensorineural hearing loss:

When a person suffers sensorineural hearing loss, the hair cells (cilia) within the cochlea are damaged, but not destroyed entirely. This is important to understand because you can still hear sounds at the affected frequency if they are loud enough.

(This is why hearing aids are able to work – they amplify any sounds quieter than the threshold to be louder than the threshold so you can actually hear the sound.)

AudioCardio works by playing algorithmically generated tones right at, below, and above the threshold of what a person can hear.

Because of this, the tones used are inaudible (or barely audible), at least at first. But by stimulating the hair cells right below the threshold, it strengthens the hair cells and the person’s threshold improves, meaning they can hear quieter decibel level sounds then they could previously.

So let’s say 30 decibels is the quietest level sound you can hear at a 4000Hz.

If you listen to 4000Hz tone at 27-29 decibels, you won’t hear anything right away. But if you keep stimulating the hair cells in right at and below the 30db threshold, over time new neural pathways are formed, and the threshold improves.

It’s an astonishing result and thousands of people are starting to see improvements in their hearing with this new therapy.

It takes at least 2 weeks of daily use to see results, but one really nice thing about AudioCardio is that you don’t really hear anything while it’s playing, so you can focus on other things while the therapy works its magic passively in the background.

You can listen to music (Spotify, Apple Music, and Youtube Music are integrated directly into the app), you can exercise, work, or do anything else you might want to do in the moment.

Measuring Your Results:

One of the most exciting features of the app is that you are not being asked to take it on faith that your hearing is getting better.

The app has you re-take the hearing assessment once per week, or anytime you start to hear the tones being played.

Because if you start to hear the tones being played, and the decibel volume level of the tones hasn’t changed, then it’s your hearing that has improved! And the app keeps track of your progress over time.

AudioCardio will always target the sound therapy to the worst frequency identified in the hearing assessment, but as your hearing at that frequency improves, the app will automatically switch targets to the next worse frequency.

This, however, raises a potential issue. Even if your hearing at the targeted frequency improves considerably, it may not improve enough to become better than the next worst frequency. If this occurs, you could stop making progress.

To solve this problem, AudioCardio has just released a new feature called frequency targeting, where you can manually change the frequency being targeted by the sound therapy, as long as you’ve used the sound therapy daily for at least 3 weeks.

Over time, you will eventually target all of the frequencies, improving your hearing across the entire frequency range of human hearing.

Everyone with tinnitus can potentially benefit from AudioCardio:

Since I first connected with the founders of AudioCardio several months ago, I’ve been recommending it to all of my tinnitus coaching clients. I’ve also been using it myself.

And I’ve been getting great feedback all around.

Some of my tinnitus coaching clients have even reported that their tinnitus has become quieter as their hearing improved, which is an amazing result.

Here is just one success story, written by one of my tinnitus coaching clients (and shared with her permission):

To everyone out there with any degree of sensorineural hearing loss, I cannot recommend AudioCardio enough.

Whether you have already suffered hearing loss, are just at risk for hearing loss, or if you just want better than good hearing, download this app and start using it right away!

Even if you still have most of your hearing, like I do, you can strengthen and maintain it.

This is particularly important for tinnitus sufferers, as hearing loss can exacerbate tinnitus.

A 2-week free trial is included when you sign up, and pricing is between $8-15 per month (minus 20% with discount code RT20DC).

Compared to the average price of hearing aids, the value is massive.

I haven’t felt this strongly about a new therapy in a very long time, so I hope you will all give it a shot!

Click here to sign up for AudioCardio and use offer code RT20DC for 20% off.

DISCLAIMER: After extensive testing (by both me and my tinnitus coaching clients) I have decided to partner with AudioCardio as an affiliate to help them get the word out about their new app and technology. Some of the links in this post are affiliate links, and if you end up purchasing a subscription to AudioCardio, Rewiring Tinnitus may receive a commission that goes towards the maintenance cost of the website.

Comments 2

  1. Hello Glen,
    I found your site through a friend and was interested in this post. I dont really see a date on it. Is this current information? Do you still like this app? I suffer from tinnitus and wanted to try but I don’t have associated hearing loss. Got tinnitus after covid vaccine.
    Thank you

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