Tinnitus is a sensation of hearing a sound where there is no external source for that sound. In most cases, it is a symptom generated by the brain, spontaneously. Everyone's tinnitus is different. Many people hear a ringing sound, others a whistling, buzzing or crackling, but there are endless variations. The noise may be in one or both ears, in the head, or it may be difficult to pinpoint its exact location. The noise may be low, medium or high pitched. There may be a single noise or two or more components. The noise may be continuous or intermittent.
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Our Groups offers a caring community of like-minded individuals who reassure and support one another. Our Group serves to provide comfort, reduce isolation and improve coping skills by:
The Group is open to people experiencing tinnitus directly, as well as to their partners and family members. Group meeting are unstructured in nature, so to allow attendees to lead the course of the meetings. Sometimes guest speakers are to be invited. During the meetings, people are encouraged to share experiences and feelings, actively participate, respect the need for confidentiality and give everyone a chance to speak.
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The group meetings are on the third Thursday of most months at 6PM in the Kingston Surgical Centre, Education Suite, Seminar Room 1, but please contact the Group Secretary, Patricia Hunt, by email on firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone on 020 8934 3861, like us on Facebook for more information.