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Signal, in partnership with the Audiology department at The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust, is launching the Telford tinnitus support group on 4 February. One in ten people in the UK experiences some degree of tinnitus, the condition where you hear noises, such as, whistling, buzzing, murmuring or rumbling, from inside your body rather than from an outside source.
Mutual support groups aim to alleviate this impact and help people to live well with the condition for which, in most cases, there is no known cure.
Participants will be able to speak to professionals from the Audiology department and will also have access to information from the British Tinnitus Association.


Signal and The SaTH NHS Trust’s Audiology department will facilitate the second meeting of the Shrewsbury tinnitus support group at 10am-12noon on Wednesday 12 February at The Lantern Community Building, Meadow Farm Drive, Harlescott, Shrewsbury, SY1 4NG. This coincides with Tinnitus Awareness Week 2014, which puts the spotlight on the experiences of people living with the hearing condition nationally. The condition can impact upon everyday life, affecting concentration or causing sleeping problems or depression. The Telford tinnitus support group will get underway at 10am-12noon on Tuesday 4 February at the Education Centre, Princess Royal Hospital, Grainger Drive, Telford, TF1 6TF.


People living with tinnitus, or the rarer condition hyperacusis, are warmly invited to join the support group to share their own experiences and find out more about different ways of managing the conditions.



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