Tinnitus, "ringing ears" or ear noise is a phenomenon of the nervous system connected to the ear, characterised by perception of a ringing or beating sound (often perceived as sinusoidal) with no external source.
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American Speech-Language-Hearing Association: Tinnitus
Brochure. Includes questions and answers about this disorder.
American Tinnitus Association
A non-profit organization working to improve the resources, information, and assistance available to sufferers of tinnitus. Efforts include funding tinnitus research, producing and distributing educational materials for both patients and healthcare professionals, and promoting hearing protection programs.
eMedicine Health: Tinnitus
Consumer health resource center providing information on the causes, symptoms, and treatment of tinnitus.
Information including articles and a short video, remedies and products for the treatment and relief of tinnitus.
Holistic Online: Tinnitus
Provides symptoms, causes, and treatments. Presents conventional and alternative approaches.
International Tinnitus Journal
Twice annual peer-reviewed journal of basic and clinical research reports and reviews on this condition. Includes subscription information, advice for contributors, index of past issues, and abstracts from most recent issue.
Information about tinnitus for patients and doctors, including diagnosis, therapy and brain mapping.
Specializes in the assessment and treatment of this condition in Australia, New Zealand and several locations in the United States.
NHS Choices: Tinnitus
Provides a short video and details of symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment.
That Buzzing Sound
Article by Jerome Groopman from the New Yorker on the mystery of tinnitus.
Tinnitus & Hyperacusis Center
Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. Information about this disorder and the center.
The Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Site
Central link point internationally for complete information on tinnitus, tinnitus retraining therapy, hyperacusis therapy. Links to thorough scientific studies on this subject.
Reference source for those desiring quantitative information about clinically-significant tinnitus.
Tinnitus Association of Victoria (TAV)
Voluntary, non-profit organization that has been helping people with tinnitus for over 20 years. Provides information on the condition and its management. Holds bimonthly seminars for sufferers.
Provides information on this condition and similar inner ear disorders, and the treatments that may alleviate the symptoms.
University of Maryland: Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Program
Provides information on this program to evaluate and treat tinnitus and hyperacusis using tinnitus retraining therapy.
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