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Online tinnitus test

People with tinnitus often experience hearing loss too. Our quick online tinnitus test can help give you an idea of whether or not you might have tinnitus and/or hearing loss, and what you can do about it.

Question 1
Do you ever experience ringing or buzzing sounds in your ear(s) when no external sound is present?
Do you ever have trouble falling asleep or concentrating due to any ringing or buzzing sounds in your ear(s)?
Do you ever have trouble following conversations because you don’t hear properly?
Do you find yourself turning up the volume on the TV or radio louder than normal?

Your result:

Indications of tinnitus and hearing loss

 

Your answers indicate that you may experience symptoms of tinnitus and hearing loss. We recommend that you visit one of our clinics. There are hearing aids that can treat your hearing loss and might give you relief from your tinnitus.*

* The result of the test may only be used for guidance. Official conclusions about hearing loss/tinnitus can be provided by our registered hearing care experts.



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Your result:

Indications of hearing loss

 

Your answers indicate that you may experience symptoms of hearing loss but it's unlikely that you have symptoms of tinnitus. We recommend that you visit one of our clinics to to see if you have a hearing loss that should be treated.*

* The result of the test may only be used for guidance. Official conclusions about hearing loss/tinnitus can be provided by our registered hearing care experts.



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Your result:

Symptoms of tinnitus indicated

 

Your answers indicate that you may experience symptoms of tinnitus. We recommend that you read about tinnitus treatment options to learn about how to cope with and find relief from tinnitus symptoms.*

* The result of the test may only be used for guidance. Official conclusions about hearing loss/tinnitus can be provided by our registered hearing care experts.

Your result:

Tinnitus or hearing loss unlikely

 

Your answers indicate that it is unlikely that you have tinnitus - or that you have non-bothersome tinnitus that is not currently affecting your everyday life. If you experience symptoms of tinnitus in the future, we recommend visiting one of our hearing clinics. 

* The result of the test may only be used for guidance. Official conclusions about hearing loss/tinnitus can be provided by our registered hearing care experts.

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Tinnitus and hearing loss

People who experience tinnitus often show symptoms of hearing loss as well. Although there's currently no known cure for tinnitus, there are options available for tinnitus relief. 

If you suffer from tinnitus and hearing loss, there are hearing aids available which include tinnitus relief features. 

Book a free hearing test in one of our clinics to learn about hearing solutions that can help.

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When should you consider getting a hearing test?

  1. If the tinnitus test above or our online hearing test indicates symptoms of hearing loss
  2. If you recognise any of the six symptoms below
  3. If you're over 60 and you haven't had a hearing test in the last two years
Sensorineural hearing loss

6 signs of hearing loss

If you recognise any of the following symptoms, you should get a free hearing test.
1. Difficulty following group conversations
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2. Asking others to repeat themselves
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3. People around you seem to be mumbling or talking softly
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4. Having to turn up the TV, radio or phone volume to hear properly
5. Difficulty hearing what people are saying if they don’t look directly at you
6. Feeling tired at the end of the day from straining to hear

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