I often find myself awake at 4am. Sometimes there’s absolutely no reason and sometimes I’m in a lot of pain. Regardless of why I’m awake
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I’ve always had sensitive ears. I have vivid childhood memories of finding some sounds deeply irritating – such as the ticking clock in my mum’s
Do you have negative thoughts – about your tinnitus, about your life as it used to be, or about the future? It’s not surprising. In
Do you find video meetings strangely exhausting? You’re not alone. Zoom fatigue is real, even for people without hearing loss or tinnitus. Some clever neuroscience
During the early days of lockdown one of my friends set up a lovely Facebook group encouraging us to share photos from our daily permitted
Many of my clients use the F word when they are speaking to me. I don’t mind because it helps them to express how they
42% of people with tinnitus said it had an adverse effect on their work*. The condition can cause workers to struggle with: Concentration due to
This weekend I ended a beautiful walk by falling over and skinning my knee. In my defense, the dog got super-excited at a scent and
I’ve become really fed up with lockdown. Join the club, I hear you say! Yes, I’m as frustrated as you about not being able to
Why do I have tinnitus? Why not my mates who went to the same gigs? Why now? Why in one ear and not the other?
If you’re struggling with tinnitus overwhelm, or indeed any overwhelm, here are six quick mindfulness exercises that are great tinnitus relievers! Mindful breath Take a
1. Avoid silence If you don’t wear tinnitus maskers, or have a masking programme in your hearing aids, I suggest you have some sound in