It doesn't have to be annoying
The word 'tinnitus' comes from the Latin word for 'ringing' and is the perception of sound in the absence of any corresponding external sound. This noise may be heard in one ear, in both ears or in the middle of the head or it may be difficult to pinpoint its exact location. The noise may be low, medium or high‑pitched. There may be a single noise or two or more components. The noise may be continuous or it may come and go.
So Who Is
Most people have experienced short periods of tinnitus after being exposed to loud noises, such as after a music concert.
In the UK, more persistent tinnitus is estimated to affect around six million people (10% of the population) to some degree, with about 600,000 (1%) experiencing it to a severity that affects their quality of life Tinnitus can affect people of all ages, including children, but is more common in people aged over 65
There's currently no single treatment for tinnitus that works for everyone. However, research to find an effective treatment is continuing
If an underlying cause of your tinnitus can be found, effectively treating it may help improve your tinnitus – for example, removing a build-up of earwax might help. If a specific cause can't be found, treatment will focus on helping you manage the condition on a daily basis
So What Are We All About.....
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was founded around 2 years ago, we are a Charitable Organization that helps those effected by Tinnitus but also those who want to understand more about the condition and how they can protect themselves and others from getting. It all started 4 Years ago Co-Founder Adam was like most young men. Going out every week and then soon followed holidays abroad with friends. After one holiday however it changed his life in ways he couldn't describe at the time. He got it!!! After loud amounts of noise Adam was now batterling with Tinnitus and the conditions that are surrounded by this.
4 years later Adam is now Tinnitus free and based on his journey he and his good friend help those effected by Tinnitus
So How Do We Help?
We speak to people through social media and give people guidance and the support where needed, because there is so much bad press around Tinnitus and the annoying comment from people "There is no cure" often people become trapped in a vicious cycle and becomes so difficult to manage
This Is Where We Come In
Working with ENT specialists, Research and Businesses we share only information that is going to help you and start living a Tinnitus free life