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Lenire is an evidence-based medical device which can provide sustainable relief from the symptoms of tinnitus

What is Lenire?

The Lenire device delivers mild electrical pulses to the tongue combined with sound played through headphones to reduce the symptoms of tinnitus. The device is used as part of a treatment plan prescribed specifically for you and supervised by our team.

Headphones

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

Tonguetip

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

The Lenire Controller

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

How Lenire Soothes Tinnitus Symptoms

Lenire applies bimodal neuromodulation, the pairing of mild electrical stimulation to the tongue with sound stimulation. This pairing works to retrain neurons in the brain to reduce its attention and sensitivity to the tinnitus sound.

In a recent clinical trial, 86.2% of treatment compliant participants reported improvement in their symptoms after 12 weeks of treatment, as measured by Tinnitus Handicap Inventory. Find out more about the science behind Lenire at www.lenire.com/science.


Treatment Plan

Our treatment plan advises daily home use of the device over the course of at least three months. Lenire is recommended to be used for 30 to 60 minutes per day. Patients can choose to complete their treatment in one session per day, totalling 60 minutes or in two sessions of 30 minutes per day.

It is important that each session is completed in a place that is quiet and comfortable; the more relaxed you are during the treatment, the better. This includes feeling physically comfortable in a seated position during the session. Where possible, you should try to keep a routine for the treatment sessions, where the treatment is delivered in or around the same time (or times) each day.

Patient Stories

How has tinnitus affected you?

“It can be very bad at night-time or in the morning, that’s when it’s at its worst.”

Edward, Clinical Trial Participant

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How has tinnitus affected you?

“I wouldn’t go to parties or things like that in pubs and nightclubs…that had loud exposure or loud music….I just couldn’t do it.”

Noel, Clinical Trial Participant

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