What Does Tinnitus Sound Like?


Roaring, buzzing, hissing, whizzing noise or occasional ringing and whistling; only at The Tinnitus Clinic can you receive treatment based on evidence for any of these

If you are hearing any of these sounds in your head but there is no external source for the sounds then you may have tinnitus.

15% of adults in the UK have tinnitus and for some people they learn to live with it and don’t seek treatments. But for thousands of people the sounds are a constant irritant.

The Tinnitus Clinic is here for you, helping you to find a solution which reduces the impact of your tinnitus

Listen to the tinnitus sounds below and when you have chosen the one that matches your tinnitus most accurately, tick the box and see what treatment options are available for you at the Tinnitus Clinic. A full tinnitus assessment is needed to provide your personalised treatment package and ensure you have no underlying health issues which need treating first.

4000 Hz Tone

This is closest to what I hear
Tonal tinnitus often responds well to a range of targeted treatment options such as Desensitisation Therapy, Levo and Desyncra.

7500 Hz Tone

This is closest to what I hear
Tonal tinnitus often responds well to a range of targeted treatment options such as Desensitisation Therapy, Levo and Desyncra.

Tea Kettle

This is closest to what I hear
Tinnitus with tonal and atonal elements often responds well to a range of treatment options such as Desensitisation Therapy and Levo sound therapy.

Buzzing or Cicada

This is closest to what I hear
Atonal tinnitus often responds well to a range of treatment options such as Desensitisation Therapy and Levo sound therapy.

Static

This is closest to what I hear
Tonal tinnitus often responds well to a range of targeted treatment options such as Desensitisation Therapy, Levo and Desyncra.

Electric

This is closest to what I hear
Tonal tinnitus often responds well to a range of targeted treatment options such as Desensitisation Therapy, Levo and Desyncra.

Roaring

This is closest to what I hear
Tonal tinnitus often responds well to a range of targeted treatment options such as Desensitisation Therapy, Levo and Desyncra.

Screeching

This is closest to what I hear
Tinnitus with tonal and atonal elements often responds well to a range of treatment options such as Desensitisation Therapy and Levo sound therapy.


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An important part of my mission at The Tinnitus Clinic is to share our knowledge of tinnitus;  its causes, how to prevent it and what to do if you are suffering from the condition. This blog will go some way in achieving this aim.


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