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      Tinnitus Week 2020

      3-9 February

      This Tinnitus Week, we’re campaigning alongside the British Tinnitus Association (BTA) to get tinnitus research higher up on the political agenda.

      One in eight people from all ages and backgrounds across the UK are affected by this chronic condition. There is currently no cure for tinnitus and that is why we are campaigning alongside BTA, because without research there is no cure. So, throughout Tinnitus Week (3 – 9 February), we will be posting across our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter encouraging our community to sign the petition, share real stories, facts and what it is like to live with tinnitus 24/7. Please sign BTA’s petition and share our posts to help us reach as many people as possible!

      If you are affected by tinnitus or worried you might have it, this page provides professional support and more information about what tinnitus is. Explore this page to find out more or get in touch if you have any questions.

      Please sign BTA's
      petition and share
      our posts to help us
      reach as many people as possible!
      Questions about tinnitus?
      Questions about tinnitus?
      Call 0808 808 6666
      Email tinnitushelpline@hearingloss.org.uk

      All about tinnitus

      Have you ever experienced a ringing in your ears after a night out? This is what tinnitus sounds like. Find out more about what causes it, what to do if you think you have it, and ways to manage it.

      Find out more
      Bronagh, 37, from Belfast, developed tinnitus at just 12 years old, after standing next to a speaker at a youth disco

      I've had tinnitus since I was 12

      Bronagh, 37, from Belfast, developed tinnitus at just 12 years old, after standing next to a speaker at a youth disco.

      Find out more

      Our latest tinnitus research

      We are funding a three-year project testing brain stimulation as a possible tinnitus treatment led by Dr Raj Shekhawat at the University College London Ear Institute.

      Find out more

      Tinnitus Week 2020

      This Tinnitus Week, we’re campaigning alongside the British Tinnitus Association to get tinnitus research higher up on the political agenda.

      Eight million people from all ages and backgrounds across the UK are affected by this debilitating condition. There is currently no cure for tinnitus and that is why we are campaigning alongside BTA, because without research there is no cure. So, throughout Tinnitus Week (3 – 9 Feb), we will be posting across our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter encouraging our community to sign the petition, share real stories, facts and what it is like to live with tinnitus 24/7. Please sign our petition and share our posts to help us reach as many people as possible!

      If you are affected by tinnitus or worried you might have it, this page provides professional support and more information about what tinnitus is. Explore this page to find out more or get in touch if you have any questions.

      Find out how to get involved this Tinnitus Week

      Bronagh, 37, from Belfast, developed tinnitus at just 12 years old, after standing next to a speaker at a youth disco

      I've had tinnitus since I was 12

      Bronagh, 37, from Belfast, developed tinnitus at just 12 years old, after standing next to a speaker at a youth disco.

      Find out more

      Our latest tinnitus research

      We are funding a three-year project testing brain stimulation as a possible tinnitus treatment led by Dr Raj Shekhawat at the University College London Ear Institute.

      Find out more

      All about tinnitus

      Have you ever experienced a ringing in your ears after a night out? This is what tinnitus sounds like. Find out more about what causes it, what to do if you think you have it, and ways to manage it.

      Find out more

      Products to relieve tinnitus

      Calming sounds can distract you from tinnitus and help you sleep. Browse our range of tinnitus relaxers and sound pillows – get 10% off this Tinnitus Week (3-9 February).

      10% off tinnitus products
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      Help us find a cure for tinnitus

      £10 could pay for someone to take part in a study to find new ways to measure tinnitus, which will help us test new treatments.

      £20 could help pay for the collection of blood samples to look for changes in the body that could be linked to tinnitus.

      £50 could help pay for half a day of research by a PhD student to investigate the link between tinnitus, the brain and sleep.

      £100 could help pay for half a day of research by a scientist to understand how stress and anxiety affect tinnitus.

      For safety we only allow donations of up to £25,000 online. Please call us to complete your donation. We apologise for the inconvenience.

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