FAQ



What is World Tinnitus Day?      ↓


World Tinnitus Day is the first global initiative to bring people, organisations and businesses together to learn about and raise awareness of tinnitus. The problem of tinnitus is a global health issue, and one that is affecting increasing numbers of people year on year. The team at Restored Hearing have been working with tinnitus sufferers for over 6 years and thought it was time that the great work of local and national organisations was drawn together to support a global awareness campaign.


Who is organising World Tinnitus Day?      ↓


World Tinnitus Day is sponsored by Restored Hearing. We are an Irish company on a mission to rid the world of avoidable hearing damage. We have two products, Sound Relief tinnitus sound therapy & Sound Bounce hearing protection.


 

Where is it on?      ↓


The event will be held online this year. Make sure to follow Restored Hearing and World Tinnitus Day on Facebook and Twitter to get involved!


What is tinnitus?      ↓


Tinnitus is a condition identified by ringing, swishing, or other noises that appear to be originating in the ear or head. It is not normally a dangerous or serious problem. Tinnitus is usually a symptom of some other underlying condition and most often considered a nuisance. Age-related hearing loss, ear injury, and circulatory system problems, for example, may cause the condition.