What do you know about Tinnitus? Join the live Q and A on Wednesday 4 February

This week it’s Tinnitus Awareness Week and we’re working with the British Tinnitus AssociationBAPAM and Musician’s Hearing Services (part of Harley Street Hearing) to help dispel the myths about tinnitus and answer your questions.

Tinnitus can be a sensitive issue for musicians. Building a career as a performer takes years of training, hard work and dedication, all of which can be compromised by this condition.

We still don’t fully understand what causes tinnitus, but we’re learning more about prevention and treatment each year thanks to BTA.

You may be living with tinnitus or simply want to know more about the condition – we want to hear from you.

Join us on Wednesday 4 February on Facebook and Twitter to tweet and post your questions from 9am – 12.30pm. Together with our team of experts, we’ll answer all of your questions from 1.30pm onwards.

Tweet your questions to @HelpMusiciansUK using #TinnitusQA

Help us spread the word to get more musicians talking about tinnitus.

Find out more about tinnitus in our latest blog

Get involved in Tinnitus Awareness Week from Monday 2 – Sunday 8 February. Tweet @BritishTinnitus #TAW2015 and take a look at their website for more information. 

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