Success in Helping with Tinnitus Using Spooky2 8

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Tinnitus is the hearing of sound that actually does not exist. It’s not a serious problem but can be really annoying. According to NIH, if the sound you hear is too loud or doesn’t go away, it can cause fatigue, depression, anxiety, and problems with memory and concentration. For some people, tinnitus can be a source of mental and emotional anguish.

Symptoms of tinnitus

Tinnitus can cause various types of phantom noises in your ears, including:

  • Buzzing
  • Roaring
  • Clicking
  • Hissing
  • Humming

The noises of tinnitus may vary in pitch from a low roar to a high squeal, and you may hear it in one or both ears. In some cases, the sound can be so loud it interferes with your ability to concentrate or hear external sound. Tinnitus may be present all the time, or it may come and go.

Statistics from the NIH show that roughly 10 percent of the adult population of the United States has experienced tinnitus lasting at least five minutes in the past year. This amounts to nearly 25 million Americans.

How to relieve tinnitus?

The result of noise-induced damage to the sensory hair cells of the inner ear is one of the most common causes of tinnitus. You can limit your exposure to loud noise by moving away from the sound, turning down the volume, or wearing earplugs or earmuffs to help prevent tinnitus or keep it from getting worse.

You can also use Spooky2 to help with tinnitus. Spooky2 offers several modes for various conditions, you can choose the one that suits your situation most. For tinnitus, the cold laser mode is often recommended.

To help with tinnitus using Spooky2 cold laser mode, you only need to connect the Cold Laser Twin to the Out1 port of the Spooky2 Generator, then open the Spooky2 software and choose the suitable programs to run.

Testimonials from Spooky2 Users

Now let’s take a look at how Spooky2 helped our customers with tinnitus.

Case A:

Tinnitus-1

Source: https://www.spooky2.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=3320

Hardware Part:

Set up Spooky2 kit in remote mode. Spooky2 Remote v2.0 with Spooky2 boost is recommended.

If you don’t know how to set it up, please watch this video first.

Software Part:

1. Go to the Presets tab, click >Shell (Empty) presets >Remote >Healing (R) – JW

2. Go to the Programs tab, double click all programs below.

  • Tinnitus CAFL
  • Dental 1 XTRA
  • Dental 2 XTRA
  • Dental and Jawbones Infections 1 XTRA
  • Dental and Jawbones Infections 2 XTRA
  • Dental General CAFL

3. Go to the Control tab, tick “Overwrite Generator” and select your generator port.

4. Click “Start” to begin rifing!

Case B:

Source: https://www.facebook.com/groups/spooky2/permalink/1203826313112603/

Hardware Part:

In this picture, the user used two generators. So set up multiple generators first.

Spooky2 Remote v2.0 with Spooky2 boost is recommended.

If you don’t know how to set it up, please watch this video first.

Software Part:

Generator 1:

1. Go to the Presets tab, click >Shell (Empty) presets >Remote >Healing (R) – JW

2. Go to the Programs tab, and double-click these two programs in the picture.

  • Tinnitus CAFL
  • Tinnitus ETDF

3. Go to the Control tab, tick “Overwrite Generator” and select your generator port.

4. Click “Start” to begin these programs.

Generator 2:

1. Go to the Presets tab, click >Shell (Empty) presets >Remote >Healing (R) – JW

2. Go to the Programs tab, and double-click this program.

  • General Antiseptic CAFL

3. Go to the Control tab, tick “Overwrite Generator” and select your generator port.

4. Click “Start” to begin rifing!

Start your Rife journey with Spooky2 today! We’re sure you’ll be surprised by the results you get.

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8 Comments

  1. Add also blood flow

    1. Thank you for sharing, Jay.

  2. Thanks for this….have set my generator (XM) to run with this setup 2/8/2019

    Jeff Armitage
  3. The instructions for which programs to load for case A do not match what is shown in the screenshot.

  4. Hi, everyone!
    I’ve experienced tinnitus for some 20 years after losing all hearing suddenly in one ear. The ‘ringing’ sounds originate from that side. An ear doctor falsely identified the loss of hearing on a malfunctioning middle ear just a few years after the loss. In recent years, I went into a well ranked hearing center in New Orleans and they sent me to a brain specialist residing in one of that cities better hospitals. After an MRI scan and its analysis by that specialist, it was determined that I had developed a benign brain tumor that had cut off the nerve to that ear 20 years prior. The ear doctor who thought my middle ear had malfunctioned had mis-diagnosed the cause of the hearing loss and tinnitus. Thus, it is important to know that brain malfunctions can also cause tinnitus. I have not used my Spooky2 equipment long enough to determine whether a certain set of frequency therapies might help with this.
    Nerve [or, in this case, brain] regeneration is thought to be a very difficult process, but I haven’t studied up on it. Thanks for all the other help the use of Spooky2 units can help with, though.

    1. Hi, we feel so sorry to hear this from you. Brain damage is really a very difficult process, but Spooky2 may help you to some degree. we have recently received one real feedback from a Spooky2 user with brain damage and he reported his success. l would like to share his story with you and hope this experience could give you much more confidence and courage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGpcUlbm6IE
      Please feel free to send your questions to [email protected], our support team is willing to give you much more professional instructions:)

  5. Case A did not work for me. On to Case B.

    1. Hi, Mike. Hope you can get better soon by using case B. Looking forward to receiving feedback from you:)

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