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Tinnitus Tragedy Underscores Urgency of Problem

11-20-2011 02:07 AM CET | Health & Medicine

Press release from: New Jersey Hypnotist James Malone

New Jersey Hypnotist James Malone was saddened to learn about the recent death by suicide of a 52 year old UK man who developed tinnitus after attending a loud rock concert, saying it underscores the importance of making help available to the many people who need it.

The individual in question, a married father of two, took his own life after struggling with tinnitus for three months and apparently became despondent as he was unable to find adequate relief despite seeking medical attention.

Tinnitus, or the experience of continually hearing irritating sounds that do not come from the external environment is a condition that afflicts millions of people worldwide each year. Although exposure to loud sounds can trigger it, frequently the cause is unknown and it is often resistant to conventional treatment.

"Mind/body therapies such as hypnosis can be a complement to standard medical care and can help many people reduce the distress of tinnitus and help them regain their quality of life." states Malone who is the author of Calm Your Tinnitus: The Less You Fear It, The Less You Hear It.

He adds "the tinnitus sounds are thought to resemble phantom limb pain in that they do not originate in the ear but rather the brain. The more distressed someone is by their tinnitus, the more it increases their focus on it, which sets up a vicious cycle. A hypnotist who understands tinnitus can help the person discharge the emotional impact and enable them to better become distracted away from the sounds and towards a calmer and more productive focus in their lives.

James Malone is a Certified Hypnotist from Point Pleasant Beach, NJ and is the author of several self-help guides including Calm Your Tinnitus: The Less You Fear It, The Less You Hear It.

516 Bay Avenue
Point Pleasant Beach, NJ, 08742
(732) 714-7040
Contact: James Malone

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