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Tinnitus Archives - Cubex

14

Sep
2017

In Tinnitus

By Rosie Williams

How sound therapy can help to relieve tinnitus

On 14, Sep 2017 | In Tinnitus | By Rosie Williams

Tinnitus is a sound only heard by the individual experiencing it and is commonly described as a ringing, buzzing or humming in the ear.

People who experience tinnitus become more aware of it in quieter environments and during moments of downtime, such as bed time. The awareness of ringing in the brain can lead to an inability to relax or sleep which in turn promotes stress and high levels of anxiety at a time when rest is needed the most. Some people find that focusing their attention on external sounds helps them hear the tinnitus less.

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21

Feb
2017

In Tinnitus

By Rosie Williams

Pulsatile tinnitus: causes and treatments

On 21, Feb 2017 | In Tinnitus | By Rosie Williams

What is pulsatile tinnitus?

Tinnitus is a perception of sounds that is generated by the nervous system of the ear and brain in the absence of any external sound source. It is usually heard only by the individual experiencing tinnitus and is commonly described as a ringing in the ear, buzzing or humming. On the other hand, Pulsatile tinnitus is often described as a thumping or whooshing sound that has a like a rhythmic pulsing that is often in time with the person’s heartbeat. This is also referred to as vascular tinnitus as in many cases the cause is related to changes in blood flow.

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25

May
2016

In Tinnitus

By Jerusha Shulberg

Study reveals ‘severity’ of tinnitus can be related to emotional processing

On 25, May 2016 | In Tinnitus | By Jerusha Shulberg

A recent study at the University of Illinois has looked further into the experience of tinnitus starting with the brain, looking more closely into how the brain processes emotions in two groups of people – those with tinnitus and those without.

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Brain Boosting Nutrition and Recipe Courtesy of our friends from The Detox Kitchen

On 29, Jan 2016 | In Food for Brains, Tinnitus | By Jerusha Shulberg

The Detox Kitchen’s Asian vegetable and cep mushroom broth with quinoa and courgetti.

Serves 2

100g quinoa
2 tsp rapeseed oil
2 spring onions, sliced
1 thumb sized piece of ginger, peeled and cut julienne
1 clove garlic, peeled and finely chopped
1 carrot, peeled and cut julienne
60g cep mushrooms, sliced
500ml vegetable stock
1 courgetti, cut into thin strips with a julienne peeler
2 tbsp tamari
Juice of 2 limes, extra lime to garnish
Micro coriander to garnish
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04

Feb
2015

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In Tinnitus

By Sam

Sound impressions of hearing loss and tinnitus

On 04, Feb 2015 | No Comments | In Tinnitus | By Sam

Here are a number of sound files which you can play to get an impression of what it is like to suffer from hearing loss and tinnitus.

By clicking on the sound files, people with normal hearing can get an impression of how music sounds for a hearing-impaired person. The first sound is at ‘normal level’ and the following sounds have been reduced in relation to the ‘normal level’.

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Tinnitus Awareness Week 2015

On 30, Jan 2015 | No Comments | In Tinnitus | By Jerusha Shulberg

Text4Tinnitus

02 Feb 2015  – 08 Feb 2015

Imagine a world where the sound of ringing, humming, whistling or buzzing is more or less continuous: a world where the feeling you get in your ears the morning after a concert at Wembley Stadium lasts for ever. This is what 15 per cent of the world population experience on a daily basis as a result of tinnitus.

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