The neuro-scientific answer to tinnitus: acoustic CR® neuromodulation
Treatment with acoustic CR® neuromodulation is aimed at "unlearning" the tinnitus sound. Specially clocked, acoustic signals (CR® signals) that target the hyperactive, synchronous nerve cells in the auditory cortex disrupt the pathological synchrony to achieve desynchronisation (3,4). Repeating the desynchronisation process continuously causes the nerve cells to "unlearn" step by step how to engage in hyperactivity and synchrony (3,4).
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The neuroscientific answer to tinnitus:
1 P. A. Tass: A model of desynchronizing deep brain stimulation with a demand-controlled coordinated reset of neural subpopulations; Biol. Cybern. 89, 81-88 (2003)
2 P.A. Tass: Desynchronization by Means of a Coordinated Reset of Neural Sub-Populations - A Novel Technique for Demand-Controlled Deep Brain Stimulation; Progress of Theoretical Physics Supplement 150, 281-296 (2003)
3 P. A. Tass and M. Majtanik: Long-term anti-kindling effects of desynchronizing brain stimulation: a theoretical study; Biol. Cybern. 94, 58-66 (2006)
4 C. Hauptmann and P.A. Tass: Cumulative and after-effects of short and weak coordinated reset stimulation: a modeling study. J. Neural Eng. 6 016004 (2009)
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