Tinnitus treatments that work for you
What is tinnitus (ti-nuh-tuhs)?
Tinnitus is a ringing or buzzing sound in the ears or head that doesn’t seem to go away no matter what you do.
The sounds may vary from ringing, whistling or humming sounds. They can be low or high pitched and you may hear them in one or both ears. You may hear the sounds more at night when trying to fall asleep. Or it may disturb you while you’re trying to read when things are quiet around you. In some extreme cases, the sounds can be heard all the time, giving you no relief. Whatever the noises sounds like to you, getting the right help can make a difference.
How common is tinnitus?
It’s estimated around 1 in 7 adults in Europe experience a high-pitched ringing in the ears, according to a recent study. It’s prevalence increases with age, but it can occur at any age, including in children. Men and women are affected equally.
A study by Audiologists at the University of Manchester in the UK, found that 6.6 % of patients reported developing tinnitus after hospitalisation for Covid-19.
However, it’s important to remember that the sounds can be heightened during stressful periods. A global study, led by Anglia Ruskin University, found that nearly half (46%) of UK sufferers report that the noises have been made worse due to the impact of lockdown and lifestyle changes of the pandemic.
What causes the ringing or buzzing?
Tinnitus isn’t a condition or disease it’s a symptom of other conditions. It is more common in people with hearing loss, but its severity does not correlate with the extent of hearing deficit. An increased prevalence of it has also been reported in people with a history of loud noise exposure from work or leisure activities, and people with obesity, hypertension, diabetes mellitus, dyslipidemia, or anxiety disorder [Tunkel, 2014]. [Cima, 2019; BTA, 2022]
Tinnitus help appointments after the COVID-19 pandemic
We’ve kept strict protocols and procedures for sanitizing and cleansing set out by the Ministry Of Health and CPCM guidelines, even after the COVID-19 pandemic. Our highly trained experts will still be wearing facemasks and maintain a safe distance where possible during your appointment to ensure you are protected.
Tinnitus Treatments & Management
Tinnitus freedom therapy (CBT)
Our freedom therapy helps people with tinnitus cope with the sounds on a conscious and subconscious level using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Using a combination of soothing relaxation exercises and stress management will help you change the way you think about the sounds. The goal is to lower your perception of the noise so you can live a more enjoyable life.
Treatment Packages start from €495
Sleep therapy system
Using personalised sleep sounds delivered through custom comfortable earbuds during the night has helped many of our customers fall asleep quicker and not hear the buzzing sounds as intrusively during the night. Using state-of-the-art technology, we help you mask the annoying buzz tinnitus causes and the goal of this treatment is to train the brain into ignoring it.
Treatment Packages start from €380
Nobody with tinnitus should feel alone
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Request our free infopack here, which will be sent straight to your email inbox. In our download pack you will read about the treatments available and how others have reduced or completely stopped the annoying sounds.
Your Tinnitus Help Next Steps
Tinnitus Help Initial Assessment
FULL IN-DEPTH DIAGNOSTIC HEARING TESTS
VIDEO EAR EXAMINATION
MEDICAL REFERRAL IF NEEDED
ADVICE ON TREATMENTS & MANAGEMENT
Treatment & Management
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Successful treatments to reduce tinnitus since 2018
We use only personalized treatments and devices that have the highest chance of a successful outcome to help people with distressing noises live meaningful lives once again. We understand the psychological and emotional effect it can have on your life and this is why we work with only the most compassionate and experienced professionals providing you with the emotional and hearing support you need to break free from the sounds.