Successfully Deal with Your Hyperacusis, Recruitment & Other Sound Sensitivities
If some (or all) normal sounds seem so loud they “blow the top of your head off”, or make you wince or jump, or cause you headaches or ear pain, or affect your balance, or result in fear or annoyance of sounds so you feel you have to avoid these sounds, this book is for you!
The good news is that you don’t have to avoid noise or lock yourself away in a sound-proof room. This book teaches you to how to successfully deal with your hyperacusis and various other sound hypersensitivities.
This comprehensive book covers all sorts of sound sensitivities including the 7 kinds of hyperacusis–namely loudness hyperacusis (including reactive tinnitus), amplification hyperacusis, annoyance hyperacusis (misophonia), fear hyperacusis (phonophobia), pain hyperacusis (including tonic tensor tympani syndrome [TTTS], stapedial myoclonus & acoustic shock disorder [ASD]), vestibular hyperacusis (including superior canal dehiscence syndrome [SCDS], perilymph fistulae and large vestibular aqueduct syndrome [LVAS/EVAS]), and conductive hyperacusis (including Eustachian tube dysfunction [ETD]). In addition, it covers recruitment and sensorineural hyperacute hearing.
Printed softcover book, 4th edition, 543 pages ($39.95)
Downloadable eBook in pdf format, 4th edition, 525 pages ($29.95)