How to use

After you have taken the initial assessment and signed up for AudioCardio, follow these steps to learn how to use the app.

Assessment_Screen

Take Assessment

Connect your headphones and always take your assessment in a quiet room away from ambient noises. Adjust the decibels to the barely audible level using either the slider or +/-.

  • Use the same headphones for both your assessment and sound therapy

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Starting The Sound Therapy

1. After completing the assessment, our app will create your personalized sound therapy. To start the therapy, simply select the “Start Therapy” button to start receiving your sound therapy. You should hear faint frequencies coming from each side.

  • We recommend using the sound therapy for 30-60 minutes a day for best results
  • You do not need to “actively” listen for the frequencies to receive the benefits
  • You can use the sound therapy while doing other activities such as working out, doing chores and even listening to music

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Use With Music

Connect to some of your favorite music streaming apps such as Spotify, Apple Music and YouTube. To do this, go the settings tab and click on “Connect Music”.

You can also listen to your favorite podcasting app, audiobook app, and other other audio emitting app. You can do this by clicking on “Start Therapy” on the main screen and then exit our app to go play your preffered app.

  • Must use with headphones
  • When taking assesment, do it in a very quiet room away from ambient noises
  • Always take assessment in a quiet room

Assessment_Screen

Retake Assessment Weekly

We strongly recommend retaking the assessment every week. However, if you hear the barely audible sound becoming louder, it’s a sign that your hearing has become more sensitive in picking the sounds once again.

  • Must use with headphones
  • When taking assesment, do it in a very quiet room away from ambient noises
  • Always take assessment in a quiet room

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Track Progress

Track your progress by selecting the progress report tab. In the progress report you can look to see which frequencies are being worked on and how they are improving over the weeks.