2017's Tinnitus Awareness Week is taking place from 6-12 February. The theme this year is "Together for Tinnitus." Read more
Research has shown that sleep disturbance affects up to 70% of people attending tinnitus clinics.Help people break free from sleeplessness and tinnitus with a donation. Read more
The aims of the free Tinnitus Information Day are to familiarise patients and their families on all aspects of the impact of tinnitus, draw attention to the therapy choices available and have an opportunity to share information. Read more
We're delighted to announce our new online resource for people with tinnitus: Take on Tinnitus Read more
Here you can find the answers to some commonly asked questions about tinnitus.
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 to find out more.
There is a network of independent tinnitus support groups around the country supported by the BTA.
Interested in fundraising for the BTA? There are lots of ways you can support us while having fun at the same time.
Find out about our volunteering opportunities across Britain, what's involved and how to apply.
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.
2017's Tinnitus Awareness Week is taking place from 6-12 February. The theme this year is "Together for Tinnitus."
Find out more about what's happening in the run up to one of our most important weeks of the year. Read more
An exciting new development into a health condition that affects an estimated six million people in the UK has been revealed by a leading researcher. Read more
We've expanded our resources for children with these new activity books Read more