At ATA, we understand that tinnitus can initially dominate the lives of people who must cope with it daily. At times it can feel overwhelming, as you struggle with disrupted sleep, managing work, maintaining relationships and generally going about the business of living your life.
Learning more about tinnitus, reaching out for a professional's help and taking advantage of available resources are among the ways patients can manage their disorder. All these resources provide support while the search for a tinnitus cure continues.
Fill out this convenient online form to sign up for ATA's mailing list. Receive ATA's introductory brochure on tinnitus and get periodic updates by email.
Access a list of self-identified tinnitus experts on ATA's Health Professional Listing, a free service provided by ATA.
What questions should you ask your provider? Here's a list of helpful questions to help you maximize your time together and get relief for your tinnitus.
ATA provides guidance to support groups that in turn give tinnitus sufferers an important connection with others. Support groups offer people with tinnitus the opportunity to share knowledge, experience, strength and hope. Guest speakers discuss the latest in tinnitus treatment, research and other topics.
- Find a support group near you.
- No support group in your area? Take a look at our support group materials and volunteer to start one.
- Lend one-on-one support via phone, email or mail to others who have tinnitus.
If you would like to start a support group or become a help network volunteer please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.