Musical Hallucination

Musical hallucination (MH) is the experience of hearing music when none is being played. Hearing sound that no-one else can hear is quite common, but the experience is normally of a simple sound such as a buzzing, ringing, or sizzling: this is known as tinnitus. In a small number of people however, these experiences can be more complex and emotive, and music can be heard.

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Technology : Push Tinnitus to background

Technology : Push Tinnitus to background Modern technology can help subdue tinnitus. The main principle is acoustic stimulation. This means allowing your brain to hear and, therefore, focus on external…

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Keep TINNITUS under CONTROL

Keep TINNITUS under CONTROL The extent to which tinnitus affects a person’s life depends on various factors: on the volume, frequency and duration of the noise, and on the person’s…

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Tinnitus is a symptom, not a disease

Tinnitus is a symptom, not a disease. Tinnitus is an indication of problems in the sound-processing system and can be linked to a range of very different disease patterns. Most…

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Tinnitus

Tinnitus Our world is alive with sound. Laughter, unforgettable melodies, waves breaking on the shore – all these sounds enrich our lives and are literally music to our ears, lifting…

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Tips for living with tinnitus

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Tips for living with tinnitus So take heart – you can beat tinnitus. A positive attitude is very helpful. Relaxation techniques, an active social life, sports, and hobbies can assist…

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