Have you wondered whether chronic pain, diabetes or dental problems are somehow related to tinnitus? Or have you noticed that your tinnitus is worse on days when your neck hurts? Take our quick survey to help Tinnitus Hub & Tinnitus Research Initiative better understand physical aspects of tinnitus.


Tinnitus & The Body - Take the Survey


To kick off 2020, Tinnitus Hub (the managing entity of the patient community Tinnitus Talk) has launched a new survey in collaboration with Dr. Winfried Schlee and Dr. Sarah Michiels. The survey focusses on the physical aspects of tinnitus, meaning how tinnitus relates to certain physical ailments and health conditions. The results can provide new clues about neurological triggers for tinnitus and treatment pathways.


Please help move tinnitus research forward. Let’s make this the biggest ever dataset for tinnitus!

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