Tinnitus

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Health & Beauty MoneySaving
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  • ka7eka7e Forumite
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    I don't have tinnitus but I have quite sensitive hearing. I used to find it difficult to drop off to sleep with intermittant street noises etc until I bought an alarm clock similar to this at Argos. It plays a variety of sounds (I like the sea - sound of waves breaking and receding) for up to 60 mins. The sounds are on quite a short loop so they become background white noise after a few minutes.
    The RNID site actually has it's own version, here , but it's much more expensive and appears to be battery powered.
    Slightly cheaper travel version available here.


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  • dbsdbs Forumite
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    ka7e wrote:
    I don't have tinnitus but I have quite sensitive hearing. I used to find it difficult to drop off to sleep with intermittant street noises etc until I bought an alarm clock similar to this at Argos. It plays a variety of sounds (I like the sea - sound of waves breaking and receding) for up to 60 mins. The sounds are on quite a short loop so they become background white noise after a few minutes


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    This alarm is good but cannot be used with a speaker pillow
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