Calmer and Tinnitus 

 

We understand how much tinnitus affects people, so we want to be very clear about what Calmer is designed to do.

 

Calmer was not designed to help with tinnitus.

 

Calmer’s purpose is to reduce distortion in the ears. In turn, this increases sound quality and lowers stress levels. We have independent research conducted by the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR) which verifies that Calmer reduces the peaks in the frequency range which humans find irritating, harsh or sharp. You can find the report here.

 

It came as a huge surprise to us that we started to receive feedback that Calmer was helping some users with their tinnitus.

 

Tinnitus is different for everyone and we do not suggest buying Calmer for this purpose.

  

If you feel like Calmer is not meeting your needs we have a 100-day money-back guarantee but we would hope that Calmer’s stress-reducing properties and sound quality improvement would be of benefit.

 

  

 

Getting the most out of Calmer:

 

We’ve found that some people feel a benefit from Calmer instantly - whereas other people need more time. As general advice we suggest users wear them as much as possible within the first 24 hours to adjust themselves to this new experience.

 

It’s worth trying Calmer in different sounding environments to fully appreciate what they’re doing.

 

The other important thing to be aware of is that you need to have them fitted correctly in order to get the best out of them.

Below is a photo of Calmer in some silicone ears.  (The ears are slightly smaller than human ears but that helps to clearly show how they fit.)