Hearing Issues

Topic Notes
Common Environmental Noise Levels Factsheet From the Center for Hearing and Communication
(Courtesy of Rich Webekind)
Sounds of Tinnitus

People who experience tinnitus describe hearing different and sometimes variably changing and intertwining sounds like ringing, hissing, static, crickets, screeching, sirens, whooshing, roaring, pulsing, ocean waves, buzzing, clicking, dial tones and even music.

Play or download the sounds created by ATA and share with family, friends, primary physician, hearing specialist or anyone interested in learning more about how the condition affects people. Keep in mind that the examples are just a few of the various manifestations of the condition.

(Courtesy of Dan O'Brien)
Tinnitus (Courtesy of Vietnam Veterans of America)
Veterans Resource Book See pages 55-58 for Hearing related material
(Large File)
From the California Department of Veterans Affairs - Courtesy of Wayne Pope)

Some of these files are in Adobe PDF format and
some may be very large. It is advisable to download the file to view it rather than trying to open it in a browser window.

To download a file, click on the link above, using the "right" mouse button, and selecting "Save Target As..." or "Save Link As...".

You must have an installed copy of the Adobe Reader in order to view some of these files. Download the Free Adobe Reader.

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