How to Manage Life with Tinnitus

While having navigated life with tinnitus and hyperacusis over the past 25+ years, I always felt a lack of insightful information and empathic support regarding these conditions that nobody in my surroundings could neither see nor fully comprehend. And meetings with healthcare professionals have more often than not left me with a feeling of discomfort and disappointment.

That’s the backdrop to why I am now starting this blog. I am also going to put together a comprehensive eBook covering hundreds of practical tips on how to go about everyday life with tinnitus and/or hyperacusis. The title will be “Me and My Tinnitus — Your Essential Guide to Managing and Embracing Everyday Life with Tinnitus”.

I am hoping that my personal experience of tinnitus in a wide range of different contexts and situations will be able to help others. I believe in the power of people exchanging insights and experiences to figure out a way forward to tackle one’s own challenges. Especially as medical professionals lack many of the answers that we are seeking. Also, at times of hardship, empathic support from others who are in the same situation as you becomes very relevant and meaningful.

I would also like to gain insights from other tinnitus peers in order to — over time — add more and more smart tips that can turn the eBook into a valuable resource for tinnitus peers worldwide.

I wish you welcome to my blog and I will regularly be writing about different perspectives on living life with tinnitus and/or hyperacusis.

If you would like to pre-order the Me and My Tinnitus eBook (including an exclusive Facebook community/group for peer-to-peer support) to be launched on May 25, please secure your copy below:

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