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Suono Noise Masking

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Suono Noise Masking

Suono provides 3 high-quality noise frequencies to help you sleep, concentrate, or relax. The oscillation toggle varies the amplitude of the noise to create a wave-like sound. There is a convenient mute button to quickly turn the noise off without closing the app. A timer can be set to automatically silence Suono while you drift to sleep.

Apple Watch App
If you have an Apple Watch, you can use it to remotely control your Suono iPhone application.

Benefits of White Noise
• Positive effects on learning [1]
• Improve subsequent memory [1]
• Improve balance [2]
• Improve sleep quality [3]
• Mask tinnitus [4]
• Help calm infants [5]
• Increase cognitive performance in individuals with ADHD [6]

*These statements are intended for informational purposes only, and do not constitute medical advice; they are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

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Mask co-worker’s whistling, gum chewing, humming and other distracting behaviors. Block out neighbor’s crying babies and barking dogs. This is a relief for those who suffer from tinnitus or misophonia.

App Features
• Oscillation toggle
• Sleep timer
• Brightness adjustment

Research References
[1] Rausch, Vanessa H. Bauch, Eva M. Bunzeck, Nico. “White Noise Improves Learning by Modulating Activity in Dopaminergic Midbrain Regions and Right Superior Temporal Sulcus”. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. MIT Press Journals. Vol. 26, No. 7. July 2014: Pages 1469-1480.

[2] Ross, JM. Balasubramaniam, R. “Auditory white noise reduces postural fluctuations even in the absence of vision”. Experimental Brain Research. May 8, 2015.

[3] Zhou, J. Liu, D. Li, X. MA, J. Zhang, J. Fang, J. “Pink noise: effect on complexity synchronization of brain activity and sleep consolidation”. Journal of Theoretical Biology. Vol. 306. August 7, 2012: Pages 68-72.

[4] Reavis, KM. Rothholtz, VS. Tang, Q. Carroll, JA. Djalilian, H. Zeng, FG. “Temporary suppression of tinnitus by modulated sounds”. Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology. August 2012. 13(4). Pages 561-71.

[5] Karakoc, A. Turker, F. “Effects of white noise and holding on pain perception in newborns”. Pain Management Nursing: Official Journal of the American Society of Pain Management Nurses. December 2014. 15(4). Pages 864-70.

[6] Söderlund, G. Sikström, S. Smart, A. “Listen to the noise: noise is beneficial for cognitive performance in ADHD”. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. August 2007. 48(8). Pages 840-7.

**This application is provided for entertainment purposes only. We are not responsible for the use, misuse, or interpretation of this software.
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