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Help for tinnitus sufferers at talk.

EXPERTS will offer people advice about coping with tinnitus at an open day dedicated to the condition.

The free event will include speakers from support groups and manufacturers which make tools and aides which can help alleviate tinnitus.

Sufferers of the condition report hearing a noise where there is no external sound. Tinnitus can cause distresses for the affected individual, and issues may arise with sleep, concentration and mood.

The open day is being organised by Steven Hale Hearing, based at Sutton Medical Consulting Centre, in Tamworth Road.

Birmingham Tinnitus Support Group and the British Tinnitus Association will be on hand to offer advice and guidance.

In addition, there will be representatives from SoundCure, the manufacturer of the Serenade device which uses technology which may reduce and alleviate tinnitus; and hearing aid manufacturer Phonak.

Anyone going must book ok 0121 308 7774.
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