What is the research behind Lenire?

Lenire is the first device of its kind to receive FDA approval to treat tinnitus after a large-scale clinical trial. In the trial, 88.6% of patients recommended Lenire for tinnitus treatment. The trial’s results were consistent with confirmatory real-world evidence from 204* patients, and Lenire’s ground-breaking approach to tinnitus treatment had even been featured on Good Morning America and Washington Post. Watch the video and read the article below to learn more:

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What Is Lenire?

An older woman uses Lenire while relaxing with her eyes closedMore than 25 million people in the U.S. are affected by tinnitus — a ringing, buzzing, or humming sound only they can hear.

For some, it’s benign, but for many, it’s a frustrating and debilitating chronic condition.

Lenire is a treatment device proven to reduce the severity of tinnitus. In fact, Lenire is the first medical device of its kind granted approval for the treatment of tinnitus by the FDA.

And with a little help from us, you can use the device from the comfort of home to stop focusing on tinnitus and start focusing on the things that matter most to you.


How Does Lenire Work?

Using three, simple components, Lenire retrains your brain:

  • Wireless Bluetooth headphones pair with Lenire’s custom sounds to deliver audio to the part of the brain that processes sound.
  • A Tonguetip, a device that sits comfortably in your mouth, sends mild pulses to the surface of your tongue to activate nerves.
  • A lightweight, portable handheld controller allows you to control the sound volume and level of tongue stimulation.

Lenire plays sounds through the headphones while it provides gentle pulses to your tongue. You control the sound volume and tongue stimulation via the handheld controller.

The sounds and pulses work together to retrain your brain through a process called bimodal neuromodulation. This trains your brain to pay less attention to your tinnitus.

The result? Tinnitus has less of an impact on your day-to-day life, and clinical trials have demonstrated that 71% of patients see significant improvement over a 12-week period after starting treatment with Lenire.


Do I Need a Tinnitus Evaluation to Use Lenire?

Yes, a comprehensive tinnitus assessment is the only way to learn about your unique tinnitus, how it impacts your life, and whether Lenire can help. Also, options are available for you specifically.

Because tinnitus and hearing are so closely linked, your assessment includes a hearing evaluation as well. In most cases, tinnitus is a symptom of hearing loss, but not always! Hearing tests help identify possible cause(s) and whether you need any further referrals.

The complete Lenire treatment plan includes:

  • Hearing and tinnitus assessments
  • Custom Lenire device setup and fitting
  • A tailored treatment plan created by us
  • Follow-up patient-progress assessments
  • Advice for ongoing use at home

Results may be different from patient to patient, but follow-up assessments happen within weeks versus months. Your treatment plan can then be adjusted as soon as possible to maximize benefits.

Ready to reduce the impact of tinnitus on your life?

Lenire is proven to provide relief from tinnitus.

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