Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Nick Myer Apr 14
So I noticed spaying started a few hours ago and now I notice there is an increase in frequency radiation being currently experienced. Connected? A most likely connection/correlation re propagation of EM waves. But there are so many ways.. Time will tell..""
Reply Retweet Like
B🦋KIND2ONE🦋another 22h
sufferers out there has anyone lost any hearing cuz I'm starting to have trouble in one ear that the ringing is the loudest?😢😪👎🏻👎🏻
Reply Retweet Like
David Baguley Apr 14
My Athens and class, ENTs, Audiologists, SLPs.
Reply Retweet Like
Jeff_established_1969 Apr 14
The ringing of my tinnitus is currently so loud my eyes are tearing up.
Reply Retweet Like
Restored Hearing Apr 18
There are 2 main types of - subjective and objective. Subjective tinnitus is heard only by the patient. Most tinnitus is subjective. Objective tinnitus is uncommon & results from noise generated by structures near the ear.
Reply Retweet Like
Restored Hearing Apr 18
12 million US citizens have severe and have to seek medical help. Fortunately, there is hope. Many people find that solutions such as sound therapy, TRT, and CBT can help to alleviate their tinnitus. Have you found anything that helps?
Reply Retweet Like
British Tinnitus 12h
What are raisins for in management? Tinnitus Information Day
Reply Retweet Like
Louise Day Apr 17
When your is so loud you’re convinced there’s an out of tune radio somewhere in your house at full volume 🙄
Reply Retweet Like
Restored Hearing Apr 18
is the 3rd most prevalent chronic health condition facing seniors. This can be due to a combination of age and noise. It's important to take action & get your hearing checked if you experience any signs of hearing loss or tinnitus.
Reply Retweet Like
Restored Hearing Apr 18
The 4 most common sounds associated with are: ringing, buzzing, clicking and hissing. Which do you experience?
Reply Retweet Like
British Tinnitus 13h
Standing by to talk ... and at the information day
Reply Retweet Like
Jane Basham Apr 17
2/2 You tell your GP your is crashing & no help or support is offered. You courageously ask reception if there are any groups locally. They helpfully hunt around and end up referring you to infolink - seriously?
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Krysta Trevis Apr 12
What an adventure, I hope our discoveries help people with in the future
Reply Retweet Like
Starkey Hearing Apr 14
Are there things that can make worse?
Reply Retweet Like
Through Tinnitus 14h
quiets : a randomised crossover study with Ginkgo biloba.
Reply Retweet Like
GeorgieBurnsOConnell 15h
What a great morning speaking with some amazing UK ex-service personnel who were thrilled to hear about the new research project which is looking at the impact of on aged in the UK. Please get in touch for more info!
Reply Retweet Like
Nick Myer Apr 12
A serious increase in frequencies being experienced since signing into twitter.. not that long ago.. Raging "" most likely the cause for this particular version..
Reply Retweet Like
GeorgieBurnsOConnell Apr 20
Excited to be in Norwich for the @britishtinnitusassociation Information Day tomorrow! 😁 👏 ⚽ I'll have a stall where you can come and find out about our new research project which is looking at the impact of on aged in the UK.
Reply Retweet Like
Restored Hearing Apr 17
Our World Tinnitus Day schedule can be found below for you to share with family & friends. The online event will be kicking off at 1pm (BST) tomorrow and finishing up at midnight. Will you be helping us raise awareness?
Reply Retweet Like
Restored Hearing Apr 18
9 million people bypass treatment for because they believe nothing can be done about their . It's important to find a professional who understands . Who won't just tell you to "live with it". You're not alone, there is hope.
Reply Retweet Like