Tinnitus is a medical term to describe the perception of noise either in one ear, both ears, or in the head, when there is no corresponding external sound. As tinnitus is an ‘invisible' condition, the impact that it can have is often underestimated. People with tinnitus have reported that it can make them feel stressed, depressed and anxious, and that it can affect their sleep. It can also affect personal relationships. If this sounds familiar to you, then get in touch with us.
Melissa describes her experiences of tinnitus and what helps her cope with it:
Our Tinnitus Support Service is available throughout Northern Ireland. We can provide you with information on causes of tinnitus and techniques to help you manage it, and we can demonstrate products that can help relieve its effects. We offer confidential and expert one-to-one support to help you cope with, and manage, tinnitus more effectively. We run Tinnitus Awareness events and can run one in your local area. You can also attend a Tinnitus Awareness Course to help you understand the condition and find out what help is available.
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