Living with tinnitus and hyperacusis pdf
Processing and Designing Hyperacusis and Tinnitus - Art Journal OpenLuca M. Damiani, Getting to Know Hyperacusis. Poem, Read by the artist. Getting to know hyperacusis Acoustic disorder in my neurological system Shaping sounds into painful background triggers. Clouding the day-by-day flow Invisible in its quiet hidden action Visible in its loud found disruption.
A multidisciplinary European guideline for tinnitus: diagnostics, assessment, and treatment
Arnold, R. Confirming knowledge and dispelling myths. Key messages to prepare the patient for treatment and beyond. Characteristics and psychometrics of existing tinnitus health-related quality-of-life instruments. Has received funding as Co-Principal Investigator in two European-funded projects, one for public health policy in regard to hearing aids and one for regeneration of outer hair cells of the cochlea. Rehabilitation medicine, otolaryngology, speech and language pathology, psychophysics.
Most cases of chronic tinnitus are thought to be a result of damage to the microscopic nerve endings in the inner ear. However, current research now suggests that a more central region of the brain, the dorsal cochlear nucleus, has been identified as a potential culprit especially when it is accompanied with a loss of hearing. It is defined as a reduced tolerance to everyday environmental sounds. The most common causes of hyperacusis are hearing loss, noise trauma i. Hyperacusis can come on suddenly or gradually.