A possible drawback with a tinnitus relaxer used in the way described is that if you need it to help you fall asleep, then you will need to use it in loudspeaker mode, and the sounds could then disturb others in your home. If this is a concern, you may prefer to use a special under-pillow loudspeaker (or a speaker incorporated within a pillow itself) that can be connected by a lead to the unit producing the therapy sound. This will then deliver the sound to you personally. Small travel ‘sound pillows’ are also available for use when you are away from home.
A 'tinnitus pillow'
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