If you have ever experienced an intermittent or ongoing ringing in one ear, both ears or inside your head, you could be suffering from the condition known as Tinnitus. While tinnitus is not a disease, it can cause people a great deal of stress and agitation.
Famously, The Who’s guitarist Pete Townshend blamed his tinnitus on years of live rock concerts. While not all our clients have a rock-star background, we’ve all experienced a brief ringing in our ears at some point. Tinnitus is described as the subjective impression of often-continuous sound, with no objective sound source, and the symptoms of tinnitus are often reported by sufferers to be like a continual ringing or white noise, like a radio or TV that hasn’t been tuned in properly.
At the present time there is no specific cure for Tinnitus, but there are a lot of therapies you could try to help manage your Tinnitus as well as reduce the impact on your life. With a combination of the right information and guidance, you can find a treatment, or combination of therapies which may help you manage your symptoms.
Here we have compiled our expert knowledge in dealing with Tinnitus, the signs, symptoms and causes affecting around ten per cent of the UK's population; from all ages and all walks of life.