Support

If anyone has found a way of easing the condition of
Tinnitus or Musical hallucination whether it be by
relaxation, excersise, hypnosis, Sound Therapy,
Counselling, Cognative behavioural Therapy (CBT),
Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT) or Support Groups,
then let us know about it, so that we can post and help
others.
Material on this site is for information purposes only
and is not a substitute for medical advice - you should
always see your doctor and/or medical professional.
No warranty is made that any of the articles are
accurate. There is absolutely no assurance that any
statement contained or cited in an article touching on
medical matters is true, correct, precise, or up-to-
date. The articles that are posted, may in part or in
whole be written by nonprofessionals.
Useful Aids
Disclaimer

Webvale makes no representations or warranties in relation to the medical
information on this website.
Any information provided, apart from ‘Case Studies’ is freely available
elsewhere on the Web. If there are any objections to any article/Link, I will
remove it as soon as I have been notified.   
Music Pillows. - On sale at Amazon. lets you listen to your favourite music in comfort as you drift off to sleep. May well help with Musical Hallucinations.
Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) was very effective in treating depression and musical hallucinations in patients for whom it was used, usually providing relief from hallucinations after only two treatments
A Bluetooth version can be bought hear Connevans Deaf Equipment
Complementary therapies & remedies for tinnitus - an opinion
The SleepPhones headphones are all about helping you fall asleep and stay asleep.
Musical Ear Hallucinations, Musical Ear Syndrome, Tinnitus and other Phantom sounds
Webvale
Copyright © 2019 by "Webvale"  ·  All Rights reserved  ·