Can You Hear My Whoosh?
Sat, March 7, 2020 | link
It's been a while, but we're making some updates to the Whooshers Sounds page.
Pulsatile tinnitus for some patients is subjective (only the patient can hear it). For others, the sound
is objective (others can hear it).
Many, but not all, objective pulsatile tinnitus patients can record their whoosh.
Many have emailed us their audio recordings, some of which we've posted on our Sounds page. Today we're posting more.
Listening the the different files, it's evident that pulsatile tinnitus sounds present varying
pitches and volumes. Some are low and whooshy, others are sqeaky and screachy.
These audio files have been included
(with permission) in intenrnational medical presentations internationally and have garnered interest from the medical community.
If you are a doctor interested to use sample audio files for presentations or reports, please contact us.
find it helpful to listen and find a file that sounds like their whoosh, to play for doctors and loved ones. The audio files
help others understand, more than words, what pulsatile tinnitus sounds like. They can help others imagine the reaility that
we hear every second of every day.
Can you find an audio file that sounds like your whoosh? If so, save it and play it for your doctors, family members and friends!