Tinnitus Treatment Toolbox


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TINNITUS TREATMENT TOOLBOX
A Guide for People with Ear Noise

Author: Jan L. Mayes

Category: Self-Help, Non-Fiction

Publication Date: 1/14/2010; revised 12/6/2012

Pages: 211 [76,000 words]

Library of Congress Control Number: 2012915124

ISBN ebook: 978-1-4269-1217-7

Price: $4.99 ebook

ISBN paperback: 978-1-4269-1215-3

Trim: 9 x 6 inches

Price: $24.95 paperback

ISBN hardcover: 978-1-4269-1216-0

Trim: 9 x 6 inches

Price: $34.95 hardcover

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Synopsis

People are often told just learn to live with tinnitus or hyperacusis. Tinnitus Treatment Toolbox explains how through effective coping tools. Coping tools described include a wide range of therapies, aids, devices and techniques whether a person is interested in self-help, professional therapy or somewhere in between. Written by an audiologist with over 25 years experience, this book is a great resource to help people make informed decisions on what coping tools are best for them. By using effective coping tools, people can live without distress and have a better quality of life. Something can be done.

Marketing & Promotions

The author is available to write guest blogs for websites with content related to tinnitus-hyperacusis, noise, hearing protection or hearing health education.

About the Author

Jan L. Mayes has been writing and blogging horror fiction and tinnitus-hyperacusis non-fiction for over 10 years. Her background in linguistics, audiology and adult education—combined with over 30 years of experience coping with ghosts, hyper ears and plotting murders—have given her a broad base from which to approach many topics.

She is an international Eric Hoffer Award winner for non-fiction Tinnitus Treatment Toolbox (2010, 2012) on how to cope with tinnitus-hyperacusis, and is currently a member of The Writer’s Path writing club. Her writing has been featured at Tinnitus Today, Communique, silencity.com and The Horror News Daily. Jan lives in the Pacific Northwest of Canada. She enjoys reading, cookies and deadheading, as should all right thinking people.

In addition to another horror fiction anthology, she is also working on Tinnitus Toolbox: Hyperacusis Handbook with expected publication date in 2018.

Connect with Jan at:

Goodreads.com/JanLMayes
@janlmayes
@tinnitustoolbox
Facebook.com/JanLMayes-Author
Amazon.com/Author/JanMayes

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Contact Jan at author@janlmayes.com.

TESTIMONIALS – EXCERPTS

Reader with Tinnitus

I’ve never read anything that hit me so profoundly. I’m not sure how she got inside my head to describe what is there.

Tinnitus Association of Canada

­­This well-organized, well-written book is highly recommended.

American Tinnitus Association

J. L. Mayes has created an excellent resource for tinnitus patients.

E. Eayrs

Your work in bringing together and selecting useful treatments is extremely valuable, and has long been needed.

Audiologist

A. Karlamova. I enjoyed that it was very easy to read (i.e. patient-friendly), but accurate & informative. I am actually encouraging some of my patients to read it…especially those that are desperately looking for a “cure” or are “at their edge” regardless the education/counseling provided. Sometimes I find that patient’s need to digest information at their own speed, and your book is a great resource for that.

Group Workshop Participant

Required reading. Stating options on how to deal with what a person with tinnitus is experiencing is exceptional.

Tinnitus Today (ATA Publication)

A very resourceful book.

L. Handscomb

The information and advice it offers is sound and helpful.

TRT Specialist

G. Tidball. A great resource for patients and works well as an adjunct to group sessions.

US Review of Books

Recommended. Well-organized. Should help eliminate some trial and error for the reader looking for tinnitus relief.

David

She understands what it’s like because she has tinnitus.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Tinnitus Specialists

Dr. D. Lain & S MacLaren. We have added it to our library, and are recommending it.

Crystal Johnson Counselling

Recommended. If you or someone you know has tinnitus, this book is a great resource.

 

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