October 2022: ForgTin® by Pansatori

Giving peace to your ears by reducing Tinnitus!

Image credit: ForgTin®

Tinnitus sufferers can regain their sense of silence with the use of ForgTin®. The annoying ear noises can be diminished—or even eliminated—by applying gentle pressure stimulation to specific locations around the ear.

The symptom of tinnitus is the sense of sound when there are no external stimuli. Millions of people experience tinnitus on a regular basis; epidemiologic studies have revealed that its prevalence ranges from 8% to 25.3% of the US population. ForgTin® by Pansatori effectively lowers tinnitus. Light pressure stimulation can lessen bothersome ringing in the ears.

What we especially like about ForgTin® is that their product is backed up by science!

A study showed that within six weeks,

  • A decrease in the volume of the subjectively felt tinnitus was observed in roughly 39% of all ForgTin® users.
  • Approximately 41% of all ForgTin® users reported less jaw tension.
  • It resulted in a decrease in neck stress in 39% of people.
  • In addition, 40% of ForgTin® users showed a significant decrease in their individual felt stress levels.

You would like to learn more about ForgTin®? Do not miss the chance to meet them at the WT Pavilion at MEDICA 2022 from the 14-17th of November!

Jürgen Thalmayer
October 3, 2022

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