[Photo Credit Artem Bali at Unsplash.] There are lots of free resources online for people looking for tinnitus-hyperacusis coping tools. This includes people from the normal hearing, Hearing Loss or Hard of Hearing, and Deaf communities. Scientists think tinnitus-hyperacusis come from hyperactive hearing systems.
Tinnitus = extra sound.
Hyperacusis = extra loud sound.
Many people have both. Hyper ears come in all ages and genders. These free international tinnitus hyperacusis links have helpful info, mostly in English. I don’t recommend or endorse resources. These aren’t affiliate links so I don’t get paid if people click on them. This is just an info share on websites with helpful free resources, peer support, and social media options. No sales links.
I have vision loss, so I didn’t add a bunch of graphics or images. Just links.
Cure Update and General Treatments
American Tinnitus Association ATA Research Program: Roadmap to a Cure
Tinnitus Care Decision Aid, British Tinnitus Association
Clinical Practice Guidelines for General Practitioners (2017, Feb) – British Tinnitus Association
Clinical Practice Guidelines: Tinnitus (2014) – American Academy of Otolaryngology
Free Progressive Tinnitus Management Workbook pdf via ata.org
Hearing Health & Coping Tool Websites
Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Brochure pdf (Speech-Language Audiology Canada)
Am I missing any free helpful links? If there’s a non-profit link you think I should add, please contact me or share in a comment. No sales. Thanks!
Jan L. Mayes“Never give up. Never surrender.”
Author, audiologist, educator, quiet activist, playing with words.