• 2 Surprising New Tinnitus Research Studies

    Around 250 million people worldwide suffer from tinnitus, and more than half of those sufferers don’t do anything about it. We have found some recent tinnitus research studies from around the web, showing ways sufferers may get help.

    Researchers find new clues about Tinnitus

    Surprising new research study results suggest that tinnitus is more complicated than scientists thought by recording the brainwaves of a 50-year old tinnitus sufferer. Read this article to find out the details of the tinnitus study and their surprising discoveries.


    Study: More coffee may prevent your ears from ringing

    A new research study tracked 65,000 women over an 18-year period and found that incidence of reported tinnitus was 15% lower in women who drank five cups of coffee per day, compared to women who drank one and a half cups per day. Read more about this tinnitus coffee study here.

    If you are suffering from symptoms such as continual whistling, ringing, pulsing or buzzing either in the head or in the ear(s), you may be suffering from tinnitus. A hearing test will establish if you have a hearing loss, more often than not Tinnitus is related to a hearing loss and simply the use of digital hearing aids can mask the effects.

    Contact us today for more information on tinnitus or to book a confidential hearing assessment.

    Read more about tinnitus on our Tinnitus Explained page.

    Or read about some of the methods of tinnitus management we can offer.

    Read about our Tinnitus Support Group  for Marlow and Farnham Common, see dates for future support group events, and book your place.

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