Coping

Tinnitus, hyperacusis, misophonia, hearing loss, and social coping tools.

Positive Reviews for Tinnitus Toolbox – Hyperacusis Handbook

Readers are sharing positive reviews for Tinnitus Toolbox – Hyperacusis Handbook. It’s now available for people with tinnitus (hearing too much sound) and hyperacusis (hearing sound too much). It’s for parents looking for answers. It’s for professionals to use as a clinic resource and to share with clients, e.g. audiologists, family doctors, otologists or ENTs,… Read…

Tinnitus Hyperacusis Suicide Helplines and Lifelines

Bell Let’s Talk Day is January 30, 2019. A day to talk about mental health and mental illness. To end the stigma of anxiety, depression, and other mental health disorders. People with tinnitus and hyperacusis are higher risk than people in general. I’m  re-posting this blog that lists lifelines or helplines for tinnitus hyperacusis suicide …

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Holiday Coping With Tinnitus Hyperacusis or Hearing Loss

The holiday season can be a difficult time for people with hearing loss, tinnitus, or hyperacusis. The hustle and bustle and crowded social events can make T-H flare-up, and make it hard to understand conversations (this is true even for people with T and “normal” hearing).  This increases fatigue and stress that makes holiday coping …

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Tinnitus Hyperacusis Mental Health App Accessibility for Hearing Loss and Deaf Community

Scientists want to study mobile mental health apps to see what features would be the most benefit when developing apps for people distressed by tinnitus and hyperacusis. Which includes people in the “normal” hearing, hearing loss and Deaf community. It’s good news. Except it takes at least 1 to 2 years for research to get …

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