Tinnitus Toolbox Hyperacusis Handbook



Feb 6, 2019


455 pages


Non-Fiction, Health


Something can be done.

Tinnitus Toolbox Hyperacusis Handbook covers currently available international science-based approaches including self-help, professional treatments, clinical trials, and experimental research for people with tinnitus or hyperacusis.

For people in the hearing loss and Deaf communities, coping tools are included that don’t rely on sound or hearing.

This book presents you with the tools needed to cope better and have a higher quality of life.


Noise is unwanted sound. Unwanted because the person doesn’t like the sound, doesn’t like the loudness, or doesn’t like how it’s there all the time. That’s tinnitus and hyperacusis in a nutshell. Unwanted sound.

Treatments for tinnitus were first written on ancient Mesopotamian clay tablets. That’s over 5,000 years ago. They used exorcisms for ear ghosts, spells or prayers whispered into ears, and herbal treatments. Tinnitus treatments continued through the ancient Greeks to the Victorian 1800s. And then tinnitus fell off the radar.


The US Review of Books
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"This book makes it possible to sort through the options with ease and begin building a toolbox that is effective and empowering."
C. Douglas, Audiologist
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"This book is an essential resource for clients and professionals."
Amazon Review
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"A goldmine of information - keep it close to hand."
A. Lafargue, Audiologist
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"A wonderful opportunity to get in-depth information about past, present, and potential of future developments about this topic."
G. Slater
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"I cried, laughed, and loved Jan through the whole read...I'm not alone or crazy. I know there is a massive toolbox for me."
A. van Maanen, Audiologist
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"For everyone with tinnitus or hyperacusis who's been told that nothing can be done."
R. Long
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"I’d classify this nonfiction book as a reference document, as well as a readable guide to managing tinnitus."

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