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The Consumer Handbook on Tinnitus Hardcover – April 1, 2008
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Basics: hardback with dustjacket, 282 pp, 1.5 pounds, b&w illustrations. Glossary. Index.
Perhaps the strongest aspect of this book is that it combines medical information alongside tales of people who have suffered from Tinnitus.
The book begins with an Overview chapter and then proceeds to Causes of Tinnitus and a particularly lucid chapter on the neural mechanisms of the diseases. After this, there are three chapters about what sort of reactions human beings have to the disease and a broad but quite relatable discussion which has the generic title "Your Life and Tinnitus." I found this to be the real "meat" of the book, providing lots of examples and tales of patients written in informative yet friendly prose.
After this, the book provides several chapters which outline treatment options and coping mechanisms with particular focus paid to the issue of Tinnitus and sleep and the effect Tinnitus can have on concentration.
The closing chapters were the least interesting to me, but "What to Expect from Your Physician and Healthcare Professionals" provided some basic content which some readers might find valuable.
To the authors I can only say this, "Thank you for so freely sharing your valuable knowledge, and God Bless".
I'm trying one of the suggested treatment.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book contains a lot of good information to explain the problem in detail.Published 19 months ago by robert simpson
Purchased this for my mother. She felt it provided in-depth information without having the sometimes difficult to understand medical jargon and terms.Published 21 months ago by TerriP
Because I found it helpful for my condition, particularly about the waterfall CD, which I use at night to fall asleepPublished on November 16, 2013 by cheryl catzman