Find Relief from Ringing in the Ears (My Interview with the American Tinnitus Association)

in health •  10 months ago

A few months back, shortly after I published my second book, Rewiring Tinnitus, I had the opportunity to share my story and talk about finding relief from tinnitus on several podcasts.

It was an exciting chance for me to raise awareness and get my message of hope out to the world.

Today, I’m proud to announce that the my interview for the American Tinnitus Association's podcast - "Conversations in Tinnitus" - is finally available!

"Conversations in Tinnitus" is a conversational podcast produced by the American Tinnitus Association, and hosted by audiologists John A. Coverstone, AuD, current Editor of ATA's magazine, Tinnitus Today, and Dean Flyger, AuD, a private practice audiologist in Paris, TX. Episodes focus on current issues, research, and treatment methods for people living with tinnitus.

In my episode, we discuss my personal struggles with tinnitus, fear/anxiety, why so many tinnitus patients lose hope, and how I was able to habituate and find relief.

So, without further ado, I hope you enjoy the podcast!

Click here to listen to the interview!

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Soo Informative Thanks for sharing

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You're welcome!

Hey, nice write up, it is very interesting. I am following you, can you follow me @xtophercruzeu thanks

That was a great interview! Thanks for sharing your story! I've had tinnitus since I was a child too, and always thought it was normal. It was not until I gave in about 10 years or so ago and got hearing aids, that the sounds were greatly diminished for the first time in my life. I have had some recurrences though - one was just year, and I kept thinking i could hear crickets chirping wherever I went! That was much more annoying than the ringing, which I can now hear, because I am talking about it. LOL! My 90 year old father-in-law suffers so badly from it that he can't sleep, and has been told he just has to live with it. :-(

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Thanks! I really appreciate it. I've been working hard to try to help people with tinnitus for a while now, and I was so honored to have my work featured by the American Tinnitus Association. I'm sorry to hear that about your dad! I would definitely play this interview for him. Also, it might be helpful to refer him to my website: https://rewiringtinnitus.com - I publish tons of helpful videos and posts, and I have a book out that offers a complete strategy for habituation: https://rewiringtinnitus.com/book

I'm also happy to connect with you or your father in law directly. You can reach me at glenn@rewiringtinnitus.com

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That's so kind of you. I'll certainly pass the information on to him, but he is very stubborn. LOL!