You used to be able hear just fine – recently you noticed an insistent sound that drives you crazy.

Often at the times you really treasure your peace and quiet – reading or dozing - this sound is really intrusive.

Up to five percent of adults experience some form of tinnitus - a buzzing, whistling or ringing. It can be quite debilitating.

Some find that this in turn leads to anxiety and further stress. This can form a downward spiral and compound the symptom.

Often tinnitus follows a period of extreme stress from work, family, an accident or trauma. Its can lead to sleeplessness, lack of focus and irritation.


How Hypnotherapy helps

Hypnotherapy can help you by beginning to ‘turn down’ the sound. This is a matter of practice. I will lead you through this process over a couple of sessions*. Helping you to manage stress, induce relaxation, reduce anxiety and generally take control of your life can vastly reduce the unpleasant effects of tinnitus.

Clinical Hypnotherapy is a powerful, safe and fast tool in the right hands. Look at How Hypnotherapy Works for a jargon free explanation of this process.

*Please note that the time needed to work on a problem can vary significantly from person to person, these examples are provided to give you an idea of the efficacy of Hypnotherapy, but are not intended as an indication of what you might expect personally.

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