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Student tinnitus research – can you help?

Student tinnitus research - can you help?A Psychology and MSc student at Leeds Trinity University is looking for your help with a research project. Charlotte Croshaw, under the supervision of Dr James Jackson, is conducting research into healthcare satisfaction and tinnitus distress. The research aim is to explore the relationship between a person’s first interaction with a tinnitus healthcare professional and their degree […]

Sound Oasis Classic – product of the month

sound oasis tinnitus sound therapy device with 6 control buttonsTo mark Tinnitus Awareness Week, our product for the month is the Sound Oasis Classic. This compact and attractive sound therapy system has a choice of 6 high quality sounds plus the option to purchase additional sound cards and is commonly used to manage the symptoms of tinnitus. Features include: Plays 6 authentic, high fidelity […]

Tinnitus Awareness Week 5th-11th February

Today marks the start of Tinnitus Awareness Week.   Organised by the British Tinnitus Association, the 5th-11th, it is an opportunity to raise awareness of a condition that affects 1 in 10 people in the UK.   To find out more about the week visit: https://www.tinnitusweek.com/    There are also a number of events taking place across the UK.  To find […]

London Tube travel could be damaging passenger hearing

Woman holding her hands to her ears due to tinnitus (Courtesy of Auris Medical)The BBC is reporting that travelling regularly via London Underground may be damaging to your hearing. Parts of the underground are said to be so loud that they are equivalent to “being at a rock concert”. Certain sections of journeys reached as loud as 109 decibels; louder than a helicopter take off close by. The […]

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