science

Tinnitus Hyperacusis Blog Content Lanes

There’s a lot of talk about fake news lately. But there’s always been fake news in tinnitus and hyperacusis world. It’s always been a bit of a treasure hunt trying to find tinnitus hyperacusis facts. Too many websites include not factual info. Unfortunately it’s gotten worse lately. Because bloggers are swerving into tinnitus hyperacusis blog …

Tinnitus Hyperacusis Blog Content Lanes Read More »

Online Tinnitus Hyperacusis Surveys

Scientists around the world are doing online tinnitus hyperacusis surveys to gather data from people in the tinnitus, hyperacusis, misophonia (including phonophobia), “normal” hearing, hearing loss, and Deaf Community. Take a quick survey. Help them gather data that will make things better for our future. Tinnitus Tech Questionnaire This questionnaire is a part of ESIT …

Online Tinnitus Hyperacusis Surveys Read More »

Tinnitus Hyperacusis Frequently Asked Questions

Are people with tinnitus or decreased sound tolerance faking it? No. Brain imaging or neuroimaging tests like SPECT, PET and functional MRI prove people with tinnitus and hyperacusis have differences in their brain activity compared to people who don’t have these conditions. People with tinnitus and decreased sound tolerance have hyperactivity in the central hearing …

Tinnitus Hyperacusis Frequently Asked Questions Read More »

What do Reported dB Noise Measurements Mean?

[revised 04/15/18] Knowledge is power. The dB is a unit of measurement for sound intensity or sound power. dB noise levels are being mentioned all over the place e.g. WHO noise pollution guidelines, news media, websites, blogs, magazines, “quiet” product specifications. How can people understand noise risk if they don’t understand noise measurement and how …

What do Reported dB Noise Measurements Mean? Read More »