E.A.R. Now Offering Sound Therapies Developed by AudioCardio

AudioCardioTM is a mobile app that generates a personalized sound therapy (barely audio) designed to protect and strengthen hearing.

Threshold Sound ConditioningTM technology is backed by over 15 years of research and development by technologists, award winning music composers and scientists. Threshold sound conditioning technology has been clinically tested and proven with Stanford University, Palo Alto Medical Foundation, Samsung Medical Center, Chung-Ang and Nanjing Universities.

Use AudioCardio once a day for one hour while enjoying other activities like walking, working out, listening to music, or even while you work. Some individuals reported noticeable results in as little as a week, and over 70 percent heard significant changes after two weeks of consecutive use.

AudioCardio is a subscription-based service that can be purchased on a monthly, semiannual, or annual subscription starting at $8.33 USD per month.

For more information, visit https://audiocardio.com.

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