Want to protect your hearing from conditions like tinnitus?
Anyone already suffering with tinnitus symptoms should protect their hearing if they are exposed to loud noise for prolonged periods.

If you don’t have tinnitus symptoms, make sure you keep it that way by wearing adequate ear plugs.
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Audio Relief have a range of hearing protection products that are certified (conform to EN352-2) and tested to give enhanced protection whatever noisy environment you are exposed to.


Ringing in the ears? Being driven mad by ringing or buzzing in your ears? Well news is you’ve probably got tinnitus…..

But you’re not alone. 17% of the world’s population have experienced the symptoms of tinnitus (ringing in the ears) at some time and this is growing everyday.

Worryingly many people leave it too long before doing anything about it – do not be one of these people! The sooner treatment or protection starts the better. Audio relief is here to help you understand Tinnitus and hearing protection more.

What is Tinnitus?

Tinnitus: tin-night’-is or tin’-it-is (either pronunciation is correct)\ n. [L., tinnire to ring]: the perception of ringing, hissing, or other sound in the ears or head when no external sound is present
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Tinnitus is the medical term to describe noises heard in the ears or head. These sounds have no external source (although to the sufferer they do). Tinnitus symptons can be persitent, even chronic. It can be annoying, frightenting, depressing and debilitating. For others it is simply a nuisance. Sometimes tinnitus noise beats in time with your pulse – this is known as pulsatile tinnitus. For further information see this link (the RNID factsheet on Pulsatile tinnitus)

Tinnitus is not a disease, nor is it life-threatening, it can happen at age and is rarely linked to any serious problem. Sufferers usually learn to manage it quite successfully.

Your tinnitus is unique

Audio Relief can help you identiify your stage and type of tinnitus and give you personalised treatment.

You are not alone

Recent research from the British Tinnitus Association (BTA) has shown:

  • 25% of the UK population have experienced tinnitus at some stage in their lives
  • 6% of the UK population suffer moderate to severe tinnitus
  • 8% consult their GP
  • 2 – 4% of individuals will proceed to a hospital visit

However, fewer than 20% of those referred to a specialist have been offered access to treatment.

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ER20s“Conventional earplugs block the sound, which kills the music and your ability to react. Audio Relief products protect hearing without spoiling people’s enjoyment of music and reduce the risk of serious damage.” Read more about hearing protection.

Tinnitus News

Hearing protection: It’s important but I just can’t be arsed!

BBC warning over loud music damagetinnitus ringing in ears
Audio Relief Launch a new campaign to educate people who go to clubs and gigs


Treat tinnitus with Tinnitool

Most recent TinniTool 2007
clinical survey results

The survey was conducted in Piacenza Italy where 46 adult patients affected by tinnitus
were separated in two groups. One group was treated with low-level laser stimulation
among other techniques. The other group was treated as the placebo group. Treatment lasted for 3 months and after
this patients filled out a questionnaire. Final results stated that 61% of Tinnitool
patients improved their tinnitus while the percentage was only 35% in the placebo