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Tinnitus and Sound Therapy

Science has now shown that remapping the auditory pathways using the stimulation of sound can alleviate tinnitus

For many sufferers, tinnitus interferes with sleep, makes socialising difficult, and may cause isolation and depression. You may feel as though no one understands what you are going through, as tinnitus is invisible and it’s hard for others to understand its impact.

When you first have tinnitus it is quite confusing and distressing. You will be looking for answers, but many people are told by their doctors that nothing can be done and you just have to learn to live with it. However, this is no longer the case.

There are some specialised tinnitus clinics which offer treatments such as counselling or a form of sound generator for masking. It’s important to find a treatment that is convenient, affordable and that actually treats the cause of the tinnitus. This is where Sound Therapy comes in.