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Soothe Your Tinnitus

Lenire is an evidence-based medical device, designed to improve quality of life for people with tinnitus.

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What is Lenire?

Lenire is a medical device that reduces the symptoms of tinnitus. It combines mild electrical pulses to the tongue with sound stimulation to treat tinnitus.

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The Lenire Controller

A lightweight, handheld device that controls the time and intensity of the treatment.

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Tonguetip

Mild and safe energy pulses are delivered to the surface of the tip of the tongue to activate nerves to the brain.

Headphones

Customised sounds are played through Bluetooth® headphones to activate the auditory nerve.

Understanding Tinnitus

At least one in every ten adults experiences tinnitus

Understand Tinnitus

Tinnitus is the perception of a sound when there is no external source. There are many possible causes and types of tinnitus, which makes treating it difficult.

The Tinnitus Experience

The experience of tinnitus varies greatly from person to person; what it sounds like, how unpleasant it can be and how much it intrudes on daily life.

A New Treatment Option

Lenire is now available from partner clinics after being shown to soothe and relieve the symptoms of tinnitus in large scale clinical trials.

The Science of Lenire

80.1% of trial participants who used Lenire as directed reported a reduction in their symptoms that was sustained for 12 months after treatment

A recent clinical trial showed that 86.2% of participants who used Lenire as directed achieved an improvement of their Tinnitus Handicap Inventory score after 12 weeks of treatment.

80.1% of compliant participants reported a reduction that was sustained for 12 months after treatment ended. This is significant for people searching for long term relief from tinnitus.

Clinical Trial Results: Average Reduction in Tinnitus Handicap Inventory Score from TENT-A1

What is Tinnitus Handicap Inventory (THI)?

Tinnitus Handicap Inventory is a clinical standard for measuring the impact of tinnitus on someone’s day-to-day life. Measured on a scale of 100, the higher the score, the greater the impact of tinnitus. Reducing a person’s THI score should correspond to improved quality of life by reducing how their tinnitus is affecting them.

Lenire Success Stories

How has Lenire changed your mindset about tinnitus?

“I feel like now it’s something I have control over.”

Hugh, Clinical Trial Participant

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How has your tinnitus changed after you completed the treatment?

“I don’t get as distracted by the tones and the sound. To me they are suppressed.”

Ronnie, Clinical Trial Participant

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Did you have any difficulty using Lenire?

“The device was very easy to use… When I saw it first I was a bit wary but then when I used it, it was very simple. ”

Dorothy, Clinical Trial Participant

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Find a Clinic Near You

Your treatment with Lenire begins with an audiological and tinnitus assessment by a qualified healthcare professional. Our partners are trained to prescribe a treatment plan with Lenire specifically for your tinnitus. Find a Lenire partner clinic to take the first step towards managing your tinnitus.

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