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Keyword: Tinnitus; Language: English

How to help friends and family with tinnitus

Action on Hearing Loss (Formerly Royal National Institute for the Deaf)

A factsheet for people who want to find out how they can support a friend or a loved one who has tinnitus.

English - Online Resource

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Living with someone who has gradual hearing loss

Action on Hearing Loss (Formerly Royal National Institute for the Deaf)

You’ll find this factsheet useful if your partner, or someone you’re close to, is gradually losing their hearing. We explain what age-related hearing loss is – and how you can offer your support.

English - Online Resource

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Musical hallucinations and pulsatile tinnitus

Action on Hearing Loss (Formerly Royal National Institute for the Deaf)

A factsheet for people who have musical hallucinations or pulsatile tinnitus, their family, friends and the professionals who work with them. This factsheet explains what causes these rare tinnitus sounds, what you should do if you experience them an...

English - Online Resource

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Stress and tinnitus

Action on Hearing Loss (Formerly Royal National Institute for the Deaf)

A factsheet for people who have tinnitus, their family, friends and the professionals who work with them. This factsheet focuses on the link between stress and tinnitus, and explains what you can do to limit your stress levels so that you can better ...

English - Online Resource

Available for download (pdf)

Tinnitus

the NHS website

Tinnitus is the medical name for the perception of noise in one ear, both ears or in the head. The noise comes from inside the body rather than an outside source.

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Tinnitus – causes and therapies

Action on Hearing Loss (Formerly Royal National Institute for the Deaf)

A factsheet for people who have tinnitus, their family, friends and the professionals who work with them. This factsheet explains what tinnitus is, what causes it, how it can affect you and, most importantly, how you can manage it.

English - Online Resource

Available for download (pdf)