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      Tinnitus

      Learn more about tinnitus and the drugs, therapies and self-help techniques that may help manage the symptoms.

      You'll find our leaflet, 'Understanding tinnitus', useful if you want to find out more about tinnitus (the perception of noise in your ear(s) or head). It explains what tinnitus is, what causes it, and what to do if you think you have the condition. Our factsheets give you more information about tinnitus therapies, rare forms of tinnitus, and how you can support a loved one with the condition.

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      Understanding tinnitus

      You’ll find this leaflet helpful if you want to know more about tinnitus (noise in the ears or head) – whether you have the condition or know someone who does. We explain what tinnitus is, what causes it, and what therapies are available.

      How to help friends and family with tinnitus

      You’ll find this factsheet useful if someone close to you has tinnitus (noises in the ear(s) or head). It explains what tinnitus is, how it can be managed, and how you can offer your support.

      Factsheet
      Updated 24 Aug 2017

      Musical hallucinations

      This factsheet tells you about musical hallucinations – a rare form of tinnitus where music is heard when none is being played. It explains what causes musical hallucinations, what you can do if you experience them, and what products and therapies can help.

      Factsheet
      Updated 24 Aug 2017

      Pulsatile tinnitus

      This factsheet tells you about pulsatile tinnitus – a rare form of tinnitus where a rhythmical noise is heard that may beat in time with the heart. It explains what causes pulsatile tinnitus, what to do if you think you have it, and what therapies and products can help.

      Factsheet
      Updated 24 Aug 2017

      Stress and tinnitus

      This factsheet tells you about the link between stress and tinnitus (noise in the ear(s) or head). It explains what can help to keep stress at bay and what products, activities and therapies can help with tinnitus – to minimise the impact that stress and tinnitus can have.

      Factsheet
      Updated 24 Aug 2017