British Tinnitus Association

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British Tinnitus Association

Post by iih » Fri Feb 24, 2017 3:33 pm

The British Tinnitus Association produce a wide range of leaflets, information sheets and booklets on different aspects of tinnitus. They also sell relaxation cassettes and CDs, and an information cassette which has full details about tinnitus on side one plus simulated tinnitus sounds on side two. They also have a schools education pack and information for medical professionals. You can join the BTA for a small annual fee and receive their quarterly newsletter 'Quiet'.

The BTA, unlike some other (although excellent) sources of information on tinnitus, also has information specifically on pulsatile tinnitus, the type of tinnitus that IIH sufferers tend to get. Pulsatile tinnitus (the whoosing type sound in time with the pulse) is a lot less common than 'ordinary' tinnitus.


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