2017 ATRR: Hyperacusis and misophonia

Hyperacusis (also described as decreased, reduced, or collapsed sound tolerance) is attracting an increasing amount of interest. Prof David Baguley talks about the latest research in this field. Read more


Otosclerosis is the most common cause of progressive deafness in young adults. Learn more about it here. Read more

Survey: Understanding your daily experiences of life with hyperacusis.

Sharing patient stories is a vital part of the work towards a cure of hyperacusis (sensitivity to sound) Read more


Find out more about what hyperacusis - the sensitivity to everyday sounds - is, and how it can be managed. Read more


David Scott and Lucy Partridge explain more about this condition Read more

Ear wax removal and tinnitus

Wax is an important and natural secretion found in the ear. Find out what causes ear wax build up, how to deal with it and whether it has any effect on tinnitus. Read more

Balance and tinnitus

The control of balance in humans is quite complex. Learn more about how the human body balances and how it can sometimes go wrong. Read more

Tinnitus and disorders of the temporo-mandibular joint (TMJ) and neck

Learn more about the jaw joint (temporo-mandibular joint or TMJ), and how problems with it or the neck may affect tinnitus. Read more

Misophonia - Living with misophonia

Lucy Partridge and David Scott talk about living with misophonia Read more