Sleeping can be difficult as the noise of the tinnitus disturbs the usual peace of the night. Concentrating at work seems impossible as the tinnitus sounds distract your focus and prevent you from being productive. The worry of what might be happening can spoil time with friends and family as you fret about the future and whether you will ever enjoy peace and quiet again.
There is no shortage of information on the internet, in magazines or books, and friends and family offer their thoughts and ideas too on how to help you cope with this life changing noise in your head. At The Tinnitus Clinic, we have treated hundreds of severely affected people who with our help, have a much better quality of life.
Taking action in the acute, first four months of your tinnitus, can reduce the emotional and psychological hold which the tinnitus has on you.
The Tinnitus Clinic Ltd. is now licenced to provide a validated, seven module, internet based CBT course for bothersome tinnitus. This course is provided online and utilses evidence based techniques and exercises in order to reduce tinnitus distress and awareness.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy can be provided to patients as a stand-alone therapy or can be provided alongside medical device therapies like Tinnitus Desensitisation Therapy (TDT) or neuromodulation therapies like the Lenire system.
Acute Tinntius Therapy description:
The Acute Tinnitus Therapy package is specifically designed to provide relief to patients that have experienced tinnitus for 12 weeks of less. This package combines our iCBT course, nocturnal sound therapy materials and includes an online audiology consultation with one of our experienced clinicians in order to assess your progress.
We have a range of payment options available for all tinnitus treatments, including Self Pay, Medical Insurance and Consumer Credit for patients looking to spread the cost of their treatment over a number of months. For more information please visit our paying for treatment page.