Tinearity G1 Review: A Simple & Effective Tinnitus Solution?

New Swedish innovation against tinnitus

  • Uncover the groundbreaking technology behind the Tinearity G1.
  • Learn how the Tinearity G1 offers relief from tinnitus.
  • Explore the unique features that set the Tinearity G1 apart.
  • Hear an audiologist user about their experiences with the Tinearity G1.
  • Discover how the Tinearity G1 is transforming the lives of tinnitus sufferers.
  • Gain insights into the benefits of using the Tinearity G1 for tinnitus management.
  • Find out why the Tinearity G1 is considered a revolutionary solution for tinnitus.

Let us assume you're here because, like many of our patients, your tinnitus may be quite debilitating at times. It might be okay during the day, and you may or may not wear hearing aids, which can help. But then, at night, when the hearing aids have come out and the world has calmed down and become much quieter, you find yourself laying in bed, your thoughts from the day sneaking into your head, and your tinnitus level has increased. It's tricky to wear hearing aids at night (unless you have the Phonak Lyric). Read Phonak Lyric For Tinnitus.

There's no doubt that tinnitus is wrecking people's lives, and what I'm going to address in this article could help you avoid becoming a tinnitus statistic. If anything I've said thus far in this article sounds familiar, the Tinearity G1 could be just what you're looking for.


So, in this article, I'll explain why our team at Liverpool Hearing Centre is so impressed with it, the effect it's having on our patients, how it works, where and when you can wear it, and if it's right for you, your hearing, and your tinnitus. To begin, it is quite beneficial to understand what sort of tinnitus you have.

What type of tinnitus do you have?


There's an infinite variety of tinnitus sounds, and everybody's tinnitus is personal to them, but we generally classify them as ringing, whistling, hissing, buzzing, or humming. These are the more easily sound therapy-treatable types and are ideal for Tinearity G1. There may be a single sound or two or more, and the sounds may be continuous or come and go. A small number of people experience tinnitus as fragments of tunes or songs (known as musical hallucinations) or hear rhythmical noises that may beat in time with their hearts (pulsatile tinnitus). For everything you need to know about tinnitus, visit https://www.tinnituscentres.co.uk/


Tinnitus's influence on daily life

For many of our tinnitus patients, the place where they sense it the most is when they are lying in bed and the world stops and they are surrounded by silence. That's when it can get really noisy! Most people, most of the time can forget about it and it doesn't have too much of an influence on my daily life. However, for whatever reason, when they can't get it out of their heads, this is where the Tinearity G1 might come in. The G1 is the first product from Swedish firm Duearity, and it offers a number of unique qualities that I haven't seen in any other tinnitus retraining therapy device.


Unboxing video and demonstration from our friend Matt Allsop at Hearing Tracker & Harley Street Hearing:


We're really impressed with the simplicity and ease of use of the Tinearity G1. Other, more traditional white noise generators on the market can sometimes simply get in the way. So, if you wear them during the day, they can completely cover your ears and make it difficult for you to go about your normal everyday activities. If you're at work and they're blocking your ears, it may be more difficult for you to converse, or if you're looking for some comfort before you go to bed, when your tinnitus can be at its worst, wearing headphones or hearing aids may work momentarily until you lie on them.



Duearity has taken all of this into consideration and created the world's first bone conduction masking device. So, instead of wearing it like a regular pair of earbuds, it comes with a month's worth of adhesive stickers to stick to the back of your mastoid.

 The noise created by the sound generator is turned into vibrations that are sent through the skull to your inner ear via the adaptor. This approach works independently of the ear canal and middle ear, causing no obstruction to your ears. As a result, your Tinearity G1 gadget can be used at all times, including when working, doing activities, and sleeping. And there's no need to fiddle with an app; it's entirely rechargeable, so there are no batteries to worry about.


Tinnitus Retraining Therapy is a treatment method for tinnitus and hyperacusis where sound stimulation is used to unload the brain and relieve your tinnitus. The purpose of TRT is to reduce the impact that your tinnitus is having on your everyday life by using sound stimulation to reduce the contrast between sound and silence. From my experience, different tinnitus sufferers benefit from different types of masking, which vary depending on the frequencies used to make up that noise. White noise gives equal energy across all frequencies. And this is the masking sound that the G1s use. White noise is the broadest type of noise, and generally, it's the most effective way to manage tinnitus.


The Tinearity G1 is an FDA-approved, CE-rated Class 2 medical device, and this means that if it's of interest to you, you'll need to visit a healthcare practitioner that specialises in tinnitus, such as Liverpool Hearing Centre. As far as the price goes, this can vary depending on the level of care that's included, as it often comes with ongoing support from an audiologist and can start at around £2,500.


Yes, we like the Tinearity G1, and yes, it really does help to mask our patients' tinnitus, especially when sleeping. So it's worth a try. If, however, it's not right for you, then a hearing aid may be a better approach. Check out this article, Unique Tinnitus Therapies From Signia & Liverpool Hearing Centre is definitely worth a visit while you're doing your research. And you should probably give this a look too: Are Hearing Aids The Cure For Tinnitus?

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Author: Paul Nand

Paul is a registered hearing aid audiologist and proud co-founder of Liverpool Hearing Centre. With years of experience in the field and an innovative and committed approach to the audiology industry, he has also led him to co-founding The Hearing Lab Store, the UK's leading supplier of microsuction and audiology essentials.

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