Tinnitus Products

Tinnitus can target each and every one of us without warning. So it’s better to be prepared with our industry-recognized range of tinnitus products at Hearing Aid Accessory.

Stay in control of your hearing today and get relief for your tinnitus. From white noise machines to pillow speakers, we stock a range of effective machines to help you sleep and reduce impact.

  • Sound Pillow® For Tinnitus Pain ReliefSound Pillow® For Tinnitus Pain Relief Quick View
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    • Sound Pillow® For Tinnitus Pain Relief

    • $94.99
    • Sound Pillow® aids troubled sleep and relieves tinnitus pain by providing distracting sounds whilst falling asleep. Enjoying soft music, relaxing sounds, or soothing background noises- all played directly to your Sound Pillow from your compatible device. Brand: Sound Pillow This product includes: 1x Sound Pillow, 1x 3.5mm audio jack
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  • Sound Oasis Sleep Therapy Pillow Speakers For Tinnitus ReliefSound Oasis Sleep Therapy Pillow Speakers For Tinnitus Relief Quick View
    • Sound Oasis Sleep Therapy Pillow Speakers For Tinnitus ReliefSound Oasis Sleep Therapy Pillow Speakers For Tinnitus Relief Quick View
    • Sound Oasis Sleep Therapy Pillow Speakers For Tinnitus Relief

    • $39.99
    • Turn any ordinary pillow into a sleep therapy pillow with these ultra-thin stereo speakers. Simply place under any pillow, plug into any compatible device, and enjoy soothing relaxation sounds, nature noises, or your favorite music. Brand: Sound Oasis This product includes: 1x pair of Sound Oasis Pillow Speakers with audio jack
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  • Sound Oasis S-680 Tinnitus Sound Therapy SystemSound Oasis S-680 Tinnitus Sound Therapy System Quick View
  • Sound Oasis S-850 Travel Sleep Sound Therapy SystemSound Oasis S-850 Travel Sleep Sound Therapy System Quick View
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    • Sound Oasis S-850 Travel Sleep Sound Therapy System

    • $114.99
    • Sound Oasis is the ultimate sound system used to improve sleep quality, reduce jetlag, minimize noise, manage tinnitus, or to simply relax. Ideal to use during travel or in the comfort of your home. Brand: Sound Oasis This product includes: 1x Sound Oasis system, 1x travel pouch, 1x time zone chart, 1x worldwide AC adaptor, 1x user information manual
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  • SleepPhones Headphones – Replacement HeadbandSleepPhones Headphones – Replacement Headband Quick View
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    • SleepPhones Headphones – Replacement Headband

    • $15.75$22.49
    • The replacement headband for the SleepPhones Headphones allowing you to keep a spare or replace your current fabric. Available in x6 different colours, and 3 different sizes to suit you! Includes: x1 replacement fabric headband for the SleepPhones Headphones. Please note the electronic components are not included, find these on our website.
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    • Naturecare Relaxation Ball

    • $44.99
    • Naturcare Relaxation Ball provides tinnitus sufferers and insomniacs with a tranquil night's sleep by playing digital recordings of authentic, natural sounds. Brand: Pure Tone This product includes: 1x Naturcare Relaxation Ball, 4 x AA Batteries, 1x user information manual
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    • Star Projection Sound Machine Alarm Clock

    • $30.99
    • Lull yourself to sleep alongside soothing nature sounds and a tranquil projection of stars with the Star Projection Clock. Turn your bedroom into a haven of relaxion, and slip into a deep, natural sleep. Brand: Lifemax This product includes: 1x Star Projection Clock, 1x user information manual  
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  • BST 100 – Sound Oasis Bluetooth Sleep Therapy System SpeakerBST 100 – Sound Oasis Bluetooth Sleep Therapy System Speaker Quick View
  • SleepPhones Headphones – Replacement Speaker PartSleepPhones Headphones – Replacement Speaker Part Quick View
  • Sound Oasis Sleep Sound Therapy System S-650-01 Quick View
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    • Sound Oasis Sleep Sound Therapy System S-650-01

    • $99.99
    • The Sleep Oasis Sound Therapy system allows you to drift to sleep by listening to natural and clinically proven sounds. This is the perfect product for you if you struggle to fall asleep. It will block out irritating noises and help reduce the discomfort caused by tinnitus. The Sound Oasis Sleep Sound Therapy System creates a soothing atmosphere to give…
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  • Sound Oasis Worlds Smallest White Noise MachineSound Oasis Worlds Smallest White Noise Machine Quick View
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    • Sound Oasis Worlds Smallest White Noise Machine

    • $89.99
    • The Sound Oasis World’s Smallest White noise machine helps you to sleep better by blocking annoying noise that can disturb your sleep. It can even help improve your concentration during the day. White noise is a clinically proven way to help people sleep. This is the perfect size for travelling. This product can deliver all of this, and in a…
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  • Travel Mini Sound Pillow® For Tinnitus Pain Relief Quick View
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    • Travel Mini Sound Pillow® For Tinnitus Pain Relief

    • $89.99
    • The Mini Sound Pillow® aids troubled sleeps and relieves tinnitus pain by providing distracting sounds whilst falling asleep. Enjoying soft music, relaxing sounds, or soothing background noises- all played directly to your Sound Pillow from your compatible device. The new Mini Sound Pillow® is the perfect travel companion, it is the perfect size for when travelling by train or by…
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What is tinnitus?

If you hear a buzzing, ringing, clicking sound, or a sharp whistle you may be suffering from tinnitus.

Subjective Tinnitus: This is where only you, the individual, can hear the unusual sound. This is primarily caused by ear problems in your outer, middle, or inner ear and in extreme cases, all three.

Objective Tinnitus: This is when your doctor can also hear the unusual sound when they inspect your ears. This is usually caused by a problem in your blood vessel. It can also be an issue with your middle ear, bone, or muscle contractions.

Bilateral tinnitus: This term is used to describe tinnitus that is heard through both ears. It is common and usually means there are no serious issues.

Unilateral tinnitus: This term is used to describe tinnitus that is heard only through one ear. It is an uncommon type of tinnitus and could be the first sign of a serious underlying health problem.

Pulsatile Tinnitus: A rhythmic tinnitus that is usually heard in a beat with the patient’s heart. It commonly indicates a change of blood flow to the ear.

Are you hearing music when you know there is nothing there? You may be suffering from a rare form called musical Tinnitus. This usually only occurs in older individuals with a musical interest. It is no different than Subjective Tinnitus and can be treated as such.

Tinnitus is very common, and people can even be born with tinnitus due to a genetic defect. Tinnitus can be tested by your audiologist regularly. Tinnitus can be associated with:
– Hearing loss is both mild and profound.
– Extreme stress is placed upon the body either situational or environmental.
– A blocked ear or the feeling of one in the outer, middle or inner ear.

Currently, there is no universal cure for Tinnitus. This is because audiologists worldwide have not formed a consensus on the causes of tinnitus apart from genetic defects. These defects usually manifest themselves from birth or the degradation of cells due to damage or age.
However, there are treatments that are known to alleviate the symptoms of Tinnitus or even remove them completely. This is only if the particular case is caused by an excess build-up of earwax.

Tinnitus therapies available to you:

There are several different types of therapies that can aid in your recovery. We advise you to research each one before you contact the relevant specialists:

CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy): This therapy revolves around improving your mental health by changing unhelpful cognitive distortions and behaviors.

TRT (Tinnitus Retraining Therapy): This therapy revolves around you slowly learning to live with your tinnitus. It can involve learning how to simply block out the noise, reduce your stress, and speed up your recovery.

Hypnotherapy: This form of therapy is designed to initially suppress emotions that may have been caused by tinnitus such as anxiety or stress. It then goes further to help shift focus away from the tinnitus, resulting in relief. However, this form of therapy has mixed results for different patients.

What should I do if I think I have Tinnitus?

The first step is to consult your GP or your local audiologist. We would always recommend consulting your audiologist first, because they can provide you with a in-depth test and accurate results.

  • Once you’ve consulted your audiologist, whether by phone, in person, or by email, you’ll need to book a hearing test. At your audiologists’ clinic, they will use specialized equipment alongside their standard hearing tests to quickly determine if you are suffering from tinnitus or an alternative issue.
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If you still need to see your GP, your Audiologist can provide you with a full medical report. This is extremely beneficial to you as a customer since in most cases hearing tests themselves are completely free.
Some audiologists do not provide tinnitus counseling, therapy, or products. Therefore this step would include being referred to a professional that can help to alleviate tinnitus symptoms

If the problem continues after treatment, you may be suffering from unilateral tinnitus. You could be required to book an appointment with an ENT specialist to see if there is a bigger underlying issue.

Common questions about Tinnitus

Most people with tinnitus have sleeping issues. This is either due to the tinnitus itself or the worry and stress caused by thinking about it at night. To aid this, it is essential to develop a coping mechanism. Coping mechanisms can take a variety of forms, such as playing relaxing music on a timer or simply talking through your issue.
You need to avoid artificial stimulants such as coffee or alcohol during this time. This is because you may become reliant on them.

Yes. When you first hear tinnitus you may think there is no way to defeat it. However, thanks to modern technology and the amount of support available, you will be able to get through this stage in your life.

Habitation is a natural mechanism performed by your body to remove common sounds, tastes, and smells. In a bygone age, this was used to detect predators but now it can also be used to combat tinnitus.

What else can I do to help my tinnitus?

Talk to your audiologist or tinnitus specialists: So you can better understand what you are going through and how you can combat its effects.

Contact The British/American Tinnitus Association: As they are the leading experts in this field of study, they can put you in contact with specialists and other support groups.

Develop a stress relief technique: One of the most overlooked elements is simply taking the time to relax and recharge. This will also speed up your habituation to tinnitus.

Wear a Hearing Aid: Hearing aids are designed to aid your natural hearing. This also relates to those suffering from tinnitus.

Using sound: Using music, the TV, and even just talking. These things can help you get more accustomed to your tinnitus.