Neosensory celebrates Veterans Day with $200 off tinnitus program

As the nation prepares to honor its military heroes on November 11, Neosensory marks the occasion with a Veterans Day special.

From Nov. 8 to 15, customers will receive up to $200 off a Neosensory Duo subscription in the form of a monthly $50 discount when using the code HONOR at checkout. The subscription includes two virtual sessions with audiologists specializing in tinnitus and unlimited text chat with your provider at no additional cost.

Neosensory Duo is the only bimodal stimulation program tackling tinnitus currently available in the United States. The vibrating Duo wristband paired with a series of sounds delivers two modes of stimulation, which helps retrain the brain and alleviate tinnitus symptoms.

Ringing in the ears, called tinnitus, is the number one disability among veterans according to miliatry.com. During their service, many military members are exposed to extreme levels of noise from aircraft, gunfire, and machinery. Over time, this can cause hearing damage in the form of tinnitus and hearing loss. Additionally, the constant ringing can cause heightened levels of stress and anxiety. In a survey conducted by Neosensory, many veterans reported a decrease in stress as their tinnitus symptoms decreased.

About Neosensory

Founded in 2015 by neuroscientists David Eagleman and Scott Novich, Neosensory builds non-invasive brain-machine interfaces to create new senses.

Dr. Eagleman demonstrated the company’s first sensory substitution device, the VEST, in a widely acclaimed TED Talk. A more compact version of the device, a wristband called Buzz, debuted in 2020. Since then, Neosensory has built a growing community of users, developers, and neurotech enthusiasts. The company’s breakthrough tinnitus program, Neosensory Duo, launched in early 2021, is based on new scientific research on bimodal stimulation. For more information, visit ​​https://neosensory.com/tinnitus-solution or contact us at support@neosensory.com.