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A revolutionary way to relieve tinnitus with millennial frequencies

A revolutionary prototype for relieving tinnitus with millennial frequencies was developed by Marcelino for Wellness Aspara brand as a product with application. It works similar to the Buddhist mantra OM, which consists of three frequencies repeated in songs in a mobile tinnitus app.

A Company Marcelino Ltd (marcelino.com) was made a device for reducing tinnitus for the company Dino Ivanuša  (WellnessAspara.com). Tinnitus is a sensation of noise in the head and / or ears that has no external source. About 1 in 3 people will experience tinnitus at some point in their lives. The administration is designed as a two-in-one product: a tangible product in a mobile application. It is a product with electromagnetic stimulation of television in a mobile application with sounds that suppresses tinnitus and programming the brain to other frequencies.

A tangible product is an electronic device with bio-frequency therapy on the human body. The basis is electromagnetic signals with frequencies around 30 KHz. Marcelino LtD has also produced a corporate identity and marketing concept for marketing. The tinnitus relief device has copper handles or more comfortable electrode bracelets.

The mobile tinnitus app with sounds works on other frequencies. In developing the app, the researchers took into account scientific studies that the Buddhist mantra Om Mani Padme Hum is made up of frequencies that are known to create strong vibrations when chanting. The OM syllable is always considered to be the most important syllable and has been found in many religions. Repeating the OM mantra causes brain stabilisation and stress relief. The OM mantra consists of three frequencies that are repeated in songs in a mobile tinnitus app. These are four tracks, the duration of which is 7 minutes, as long as the bio-frequency therapy lasts.

Using the prototype along with the app is easy. The person installs hand electrodes and turns on a bio-frequency generator and selects music on the app and puts on headphones. Therapy lasts three times seven minutes, 15 minutes rest. He can repeat the therapy again during the day.
The developers tested various electronic devices with a person suffering from tinnitus. The data showed that on the prototype, after only two days, the person perceived a lower volume after the therapy and also a lower sound during the day. Further studies are definitely needed. The prototype holds great promise because it relies on millennial meditation practices.
The prototype for relieving tinnitus was developed by Marcelino LtD for Wellness Aspara as a product with application. The digital form of the product is also possible as an implementation of the application in a cloud server.

Mobile application: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.coverflip5f901ba86b06c&hl=en

The prototype was made by Marcelino d.o.o. (https://marcelino.com) within the Network Business Incubator Vrelec d.o.o.

The prototyping and investment voucher is co-financed by the Republic of Slovenia and the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund.

Sporočilo je bilo objavljeno v okviru projekta in operacije Wellness Aspara optimizacija in e-katalogi (Wellness Aspara optimization and e-catalogs)

The operation was selected for co-financing at the Public Call for co-financing the digitization of sales channels and presentation and marketing materials for promotion in foreign markets.

Name of operation: Wellness Aspara optimizacija in e-katalogi (Wellness Aspara optimization and e-catalogs)
Operation abbreviation: JPTT20-COVID19-ASPARA

More about the operation at (ENGLISH): https://wellnessaspara.com
More about the operation at (SLOVENSKO): https://wellness-aspara.com

Client: LEPOTNI CENTER DINO&DINO, Dino Ivanuša s.p., https://wellnessaspara.com
Contractor. Marjetica Cvikl s.p., https://marjetka.cvikl.com

The investment is co-financed by the Republic of Slovenia and the European Union under the European Regional Development Fund

Naložbo sofinancirata Republika Slovenija in Evropska Unija iz Evropskega sklada za regionalni razvoj

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