by Neil Bauman, Ph.D.
April 4, 2016
If your tinnitus is driving you “up the wall” or “around the bend”, the thought likely uppermost in your mind is, “Hurry up and develop a “magic” pill so I can get rid of this infernal racket in my head before I go crazy.”
Unfortunately, the bad news is that there probably never will be such a magic pill because of the nebulous nature of tinnitus. But don’t be discouraged, I have some good news for you.
The good news is that instead of waiting for your doctor to do something to you to get rid of your tinnitus, you can start to take control of your tinnitus yourself–right now. You see, there are many things you can do to help bring your tinnitus under your control.
My new, much-expanded and revised book, “Take Control of Your Tinnitus–Here’s How” is packed with the same great kinds of information that made its predecessor, the venerable “When Your Ears Ring—Cope with Your Tinnitus—Here’s How” (6th edition), so valuable.
The new dynamic title reflects the fact that dealing with tinnitus is not a passive procedure. Rather, you need to be actively involved in taking control of your tinnitus. This is what brings the most success.
I’ve divided this book into 4 logical sections. In Part I you will learn what tinnitus is, and how to evaluate its impact on your life. In Part II you will learn about the many things that are associated with tinnitus, trigger tinnitus or make existing tinnitus worse. Some of these you probably know such as exposing your ears to loud noise. Others you’ve probably never though of such as your posture causing tinnitus.
Part III is by far the largest section. There you will find the details of the many things you can do to help take control of your tinnitus. Finally, Part IV gives you sources of help for your tinnitus. The Appendix lists the latest update (2016) to my list of drugs, herbals and chemicals that are associated with tinnitus. There are 597 different items in this list now.
Throughout this new edition, I’ve included the latest research results on tinnitus–right up to the beginning of this year (2016). I’ve also included a large section on somatosensory tinnitus. This kind of tinnitus has been grossly under-diagnosed in the past so few people take advantage of the specialized help that is available for this kind of tinnitus.
To get this comprehensive, 356 page, yet easy to understand book on tinnitus, click on “Take Control of Your Tinnitus“.