Synopses & Reviews
Tinnitus believed to be incurable by most people is actually treatable for most people. This book was compiled by top experts on the cutting edge of tinnitus research. If it isn't in this book, it probably doesn't exist. You'll gain knowledge of the many common causes of tinnitus. Understand common reactions and problems faced by other sufferers. Learn how tinnitus is likely represented in the brain. Discover different ways you can change your reaction to tinnitus. Recognize how communication difficulties are related to tinnitus. Read about how tinnitus affects sleep and what you can do about it. Find out ways to increase the quality of your life by taking charge. Hear what you should expect from your physician and practitioners. Unveil the facts about herbs, supplements and alternative medicines. Understand your reaction to loud sounds. Discover how tinnitus fits into your total emotional and spiritual life. Uncover sound therapies that work. Find out where help is available.
Dr. Tyler has invited contributors from around the world to author a chapter in their specialty area of tinnitus. This is a one-of-a-kind book bound to make a difference to the hundreds of millions of people worldwide who experience persistent ringing or noises in their ears, millions of them completely disabled by it.
This book was written for more than 50 million Americans who experience tinnitus - some 2 million disabled by it. Just some of the helpful ideas and simple treatment options in this book that readers can effectively accomplish at home include altering medications or changing diets, using sound therapy such as music, learning techniques for improving concentration through use of positive imagery, and improving sleep patterns by controlling middle-of-the-night thinking. The enormous advantages of this book over other titles on this topic come from the 17 renowned scientists who have contributed to this invaluable consumer resource, one that will make a difference in the lives of readers who suffer from this unfortunate malady.