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Industrial deafness » Sound therapy

Sound therapy is an audio system which uses information about the brain derived from recent ear research by US expert Dr Tomatis. Sound therapy helps with cognitive functions affected by tinnitus and other hearing conditions and helps to combat industrial deafness.

Industrial deafness symptoms that can improve with sound therapy include:

  • Relief from tinnitus
  • Relief from stress and lethargy
  • Relief from anxiety
  • Better cognitive functionality
  • Increased energy levels
  • Relief from insomnia
  • Improved hearing
  • Better balance

What happens during sound therapy?

Sound therapy works with special recorded soundtracks of filtered classical music which aim to restore hearing abilities affected by an industrial accident or cumulative industrial deafness. The ear is sent constantly alternating high and low tone sounds which exercise the middle ear muscles. This in turn stimulates receptor cells in the inner ear which then stimulate the brain.

Ears gradually become more receptive to the high frequency sounds as they are passed to the brain. The process improves vitality, gives relief from lethargy, and puts the brain and body in a peaceful and relaxed state.

Sound therapy recordings can be listened to on DVD, CD or cassette players and can be balanced with other tasks that need to be carried out during your normal working day. The tracks are played at low volume so you can type, read, exercise, talk, listen to the radio, watch TV or maintain a conversation while they play.

Brain synchronisation is the other name for sound therapy. As part of the process, the brain is sent into a deep state of relaxation; this is called the Theta state and has the effect of improving the immune system, enabling better memory recall, heightening brain functionality, improving sleeping patterns and aiding the bodys ability to deal with pain.

People deprived of deep sleep who do not spend enough time in the Theta state tend to be more confused and subject to illness and depression.

Industrial deafness compensation claim

It can be extremely upsetting to lose your hearing and not being able to follow conversations, hear music, listen to the radio and enjoy the TV programmes that you used to enjoy or hear the things that your friends and family say.

Most people expect their hearing to gradually reduce in quality over time as they age, but losing your hearing because of industrial deafness and excessive exposure to loud noise can be difficult to understand and accept.

You may want to seek action against your employer, especially if they have not maintained appropriate EU health and safety standards that need to be put in place to adequately protect your hearing against industrial deafness.

We can give you free legal advice about the no win, no fee claims system and let you know whether you can make an industrial deafness compensation claim. So pick up you phone now and dial 01582 437070 or complete our online claim form. You will immediately benefit from our excellent success rate and the expertise of our panel of specialist personal injury solicitors.

So get in touch with the industrial deafness experts today and get your personal injury claim in motion.