Table of Contents


TINNITUS TREATMENT TOOLBOX

Introduction

How We Hear
Sound Conduction (Outer and Middle Ear)
Sound Input (Inner ear)
Sound Processing (The Brain)

How We Hear Tinnitus
Tinnitus Existence
Tinnitus Persistence
Tinnitus Grievance

Sound Sensitivity
Changing Reactions

Tinnitus Evaluation
Interview
Hearing Assessment
Tinnitus Assessment
Sound Sensitivity Assessment
Education and Reassurance Counselling

Treatment Planning
Medical Treatment
Tinnitus Treatment
Sound Sensitivity Treatment

Hearing Loss Management
Hearing Aid Benefits
Hearing Aid Styles
Hearing Aid Technology
Fitting and Trial Period
Hearing Aid Care
Communication Strategies

Assistive Listening Devices

Sound Enrichment
Just Don’t Listen To It
Relaxation Sound Enrichment
Distraction Sound Enrichment
Sound Machines and Devices
Formal Sound Therapy
Sleep Sound Enrichment
Sound Enrichment Plan

Mind Enrichment
Just Don’t Think About It
Formal Counselling Therapy
Cognitive Mind Enrichment
Distraction Mind Enrichment
Relaxation Mind Enrichment
Imagination Mind Enrichment
Mind Enrichment Plan

Body Enrichment
Exercise
Diet
Healthy Lifestyle

Sleep Management
Sound Enrichment
Mind Enrichment
Body Enrichment
Prescription Drugs
Sleep Disorder Treatment
Sleep Management Plan

Hearing Protection Management
Noise
Chronic Noise Hazard
Acute Noise Hazard
Music Hazard
Everyday Noise
Hearing Protection
Amount of Sound Reduction
Pattern of Sound Reduction
Electronic Sound Reduction
Communication Systems
Noise Cancellation
Sleep Protection
Sound Sensitivity
Hearing Protection Plan

Caring For Tinnitus
Just Learn To Live With It
Acceptance
Intensive Care
Ongoing Care
Flare-Up Care

Selecting a Care Provider
Experience
Kindness
Time
Hope
Summary

Alternative Approaches

Future Hope

Conclusion

About The Author

Definitions

Resources

Bibliography


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