Resources

BBC Tinnitus Documentary

This documentary short follows the introduction of Rupert Brown (Co-Founder of T-Minus) and his ongoing work with tinnitus sound therapy. Filmed on the Isle of Wight by Solent University, Southampton for the BBC.

T-Talks - Avoid using cotton buds?

This months T-Talk sees T-Minus co-founder Rupert Brown in conversation with James Hiscock ENT Nurse discussing the safe removal of ear wax. A procedure that many tinnitus suffers avoid for fear of complications and making their symptoms worse.

T-Talks - Tips For Dealing With Ear Wax

T-Minus co-founder Rupert Brown in conversation with James Hiscock ENT Nurse discussing the safe removal of ear wax. A procedure that many tinnitus suffers avoid for fear of complications and making their symptoms worse.

T-Talks - Why do certain people produce so much earwax?

This months T-Talk sees T-Minus co-founder Rupert Brown in conversation with James Hiscock ENT Nurse discussing the safe removal of ear wax. A procedure that many tinnitus suffers avoid for fear of complications and making their symptoms worse.

How I capture the sounds for the T-Minus Music Catalogue

Rupert explains in more details the way in which he captures natural sounds that play such an incredible role in T-Minus Sound Therapy Catalogue at Blackgang Chine Beach on the Isle of Wight.

Latest Articles

How to use sound therapy

Sound Therapy as a general tool is something that millions of people use throughout the world, in fact a recent study showed that 69% of participants utilised music as their key tool for managing stress or their mental health.

Mindfulness

Mindfulness around tinnitus is specifically designed to readdress your relationship with tinnitus. It relies upon the idea of paying attention to your tinnitus, purposely and in the present moment, in order truly understand its effects on you.

Learn to Meditate

Meditation can be a simple practice that can easily be implemented into your routine. The benefits are long known and form the basis of numerous meditation styles, from breath work and body scans through to transcendental or mantra styles.

Support Network

A good support network is important whether you have tinnitus or not, it can be incredibly helpful to have someone, or a group of people you can reach out to when you need them. Likewise being that support for someone else can help build powerful emotional connections and further empower your own wellness.

Upcoming Events

We host monthly events to make sure you are getting the best information, with chances to ask specific questions of the experts, as well as regular opportunities to chat with others in the tinnitus community. Why not join us on one of the events below.

If there is any subject you are specifically interested in then, why not reach out and we will try and get it onto the agenda.

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