Content Warning: suicide, self-harm The news of Kent Taylor’s recent suicide has shocked and upset many of us in the tinnitus community. As the founder
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If you are excessively sensitive to sound, you may have a condition called hyperacusis. About 80% of people who have severe tinnitus have hyperacusis as
It has long been my dream to blend Cognitive Behavioral Therapy into my mindfulness courses for tinnitus. And I’m thrilled to say I’ve recently studied
I’ve had my fair share of knock-backs. I’m a domestic abuse survivor (from my ex I hasten to add, before you hunt my husband down!)
For many years, after I first got tinnitus, I spent a lot of time online. I had FOMO big time. Fear of missing out on
These days it’s rare for me to have tinnitus spikes. Thanks to almost seven years of mindfulness practice, I’m able to spot when stress, anxiety
Living with tinnitus can be deeply disempowering. It can feel like it’s not just the sounds in our head but our entire lives that are
Over time many people habituate (get used to) their tinnitus. Their brain learns to adjust to the presence of tinnitus and gradually stops responding to
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What’s your tinnitus goal? To get rid of it? To make peace with it? To ignore it? To live an awesome life in spite of
Hands up who indulged in all the yummy foods and drink that the holiday season brings? Yep, me too. That can be bad news for
Just four more sleeps to go before Christmas Day! And for many of us here in the UK our plans for Christmas have changed significantly.