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Tinnitus – what now?

Welcome to the ForgTin® website!

Have you suffered from tinnitus for a long time or just recently?
You may have tried many things to reduce the symptoms and the resulting strain, however, with no or little success?

In that case, we invite you to learn more about the functioning of ForgTin® – our tried and tested ear hook with a lasting effect.

The inventor of the ForgTin®, Klaus Grübl, was affected by tinnitus for 19 years. All offered medical aids did not have any significant effect on him. After many years of development of ForgTin® – from an accidental discovery to further clinical research – the hook leads to a significant relief or complete healing of the tinnitus for many people affected by tinnitus.

Unlike previously offered tinnitus treatments, ForgTin® follows a completely new approach. On the one hand, the functioning seems very simple, on the other hand however, it is profound and lasting. Due to a slight pressure stimulation at several effective areas around the ear the hook affects several somatic causes of tinnitus and thus relieves the tinnitus significantly.

ForgTin® can help you, too! Find it out on the following pages – quickly and easily!

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Somatic tinnitus

Malfunctions of the cervical spine, the jaw joints and all musculoskeletal structures of the head-neck area can cause tinnitus and/or trigger an existing tinnitus. The so-called somatosensory (somatic) tinnitus is an independent subcategory among the different types of tinnitus.
(Biesinger, E., Groth, A., Höing, R. et al. Somatosensorischer Tinnitus. HNO 63, 266–271 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00106-014-2971-9)

According to a current study, the tinnitus can be modulated in 83 % of all tinnitus patients by means of certain movements in the jaw area, of the eyes and the head or the neck. Also these patients belong to the category somatic tinnitus.
(A multidisciplinary European guideline for tinnitus:diagnostics, assessment, and treatment; HNO 2019 · 67 (Suppl 1):S10–S42 https://doi.org/10.1007/s00106-019-0633-7 Published online: 7 March 2019 © Springer Medizin Verlag GmbH, ein Teil von Springer Nature 2019 )

Numerous conversations with tinnitus specialists, doctors, physiotherapists and those affected by tinnitus show that most people affected by tinnitus report about problems in the cervical spine, in the shoulder-neck area down to the lumbar spine, the hips and knees. They also perceive a clear connection between these problems and tinnitus. A poor posture of the head and permanent load of the cervical spine in desk jobs, regular long drives with the car, use of mobile phones etc. also belong to the influencing factors for the development of tinnitus.

Find out if you belong to the group of people affected by somatosensory tinnitus:

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Question 1

Do you have any of these problems?

Question 2

Have you noticed in the last 4 weeks that your neck, head or jaw problems are accompanied by tinnitus?

Please choose at least one answer per question.

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