Tinnitus Week 2019 will take place from , 4-10 February. We are focusing on how people with tinnitus can feel isolated. Find out more about it here. Read more
UPDATE: Closing date for applications 31 December 2018 Read more
Nobody with tinnitus should feel alone. Tinnitus is an isolating condition. Even in a crowd you can feel alone. Please support our new appeal to set up more support groups. Read more
Georgie Burns-O'Connell is looking for your help with this new BTA project for aged veterans. Read more
Tinnitus is often called ringing in the ears, but it can be buzzing, hissing, whistling or any sound. Here are some answers to commonly asked questions.
There are several strategies that can be very helpful in managing tinnitus. Learn more about them here.
Tinnitus starts for many different reasons, but sometimes it is preventable. Read on and find out more.
There is a network of independent tinnitus support groups around the country supported by the BTA.
Nobody with tinnitus should feel alone. Tinnitus is an isolating condition. Even in a crowd you can feel alone. Please support our new appeal to set up more support groups.
Find out about our volunteering opportunities across Britain, what's involved and how to apply. Whether you have minutes or months, hours or days, we have volunteer roles for you
Becoming an individual member of the British Tinnitus Association means you become part of a mutually supportive community, as well as being the first to find out about the latest tinnitus research and receiving some great benefits.
Georgie Burns-O'Connell gives an update on the project, and explains how you can help.
Can you help us raise the profile of tinnitus in the press, by sharing your story? Please find out more here. Read more