"Allow yourself mindful moments"

Tammie Prince tells us her experience of tinnitus and how she finds mindfulness helps.Read more

"Because tinnitus is an unseen injury, it doesn’t get the attention it warrants."

Harris Tatakis is a former Royal Marine who was injured in Afghanistan. He was blown up in April 2007 by an improvised explosive device (IED) and suffered serious injury. He explains how the tinnitus caused by the explosion impacted his life.Read more

"I am desperate to do whatever I can to raise awareness"

Sarah Love reveals the enormous impact it’s had on her everyday life.Read more

"I feel much more in control and so happy to be out the other side"

It’s hard to understand how someone can go from being a care-free, loving grandmother to a desperate and anxious woman within just 10 weeks. But that’s the reality for Joy Lunn, from Chesterfield, who, after suddenly developing the debilitating ear condition tinnitus, became a shadow of her former self.Read more

"The more knowledge you have the better prepared you are to deal with it.”

Imagine walking up in hospital with severe injuries but having absolutely no recollection of what happened and why you are there. That is exactly what happened to Sheffield man, Ian Foster, who suffered a mysterious incident which left him with a brain injury and a daily battle with tinnitus.Read more

“A few years ago I was at my wits end and now I can see a bright future ahead"

Tim Lye, aged 41, has had mild tinnitus in his right ear since he was at university. He coped with the ringing in his ear for many years until 2007 when it suddenly got worse. He tells his story here.Read more