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14

Jan
2019

In Events
Tinnitus

By Cubex Concierge

Learn to Live Well with Tinnitus – A Mindfulness Based Cognitive Wellbeing Course for people with tinnitus

On 14, Jan 2019 | In Events, Tinnitus | By Cubex Concierge

Join us & for a rare opportunity to learn tools, strategies and techniques to increase your capability to live well with tinnitus with leading experts in the fields of Audiology and Modern Mindfulness.

 

Created by Cubex, the workshop is designed to support people experiencing unhealthy tinnitus-related stress and will be running during Tinnitus Week 2019. 50% of the course fee will be donated to the British Tinnitus Association.

Over the 4 x 90 minute sessions, you will learn to cultivate greater cognitive wellbeing with the capacity to recognise unhealthy tinnitus related stress in your system and recover from it sufficiently. It is a first of its kind workshop which aims to help you to reduce anxiety and stress, increase vitality, expand awareness & increase your capacity to engage with the world with greater ease, focus, calm & clarity.

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20

Nov
2018

In Tinnitus

By Rosie Williams

Aged Veterans with Tinnitus Research Project

On 20, Nov 2018 | In Tinnitus | By Rosie Williams

The British Tinnitus Association are currently contributing to a research project exploring the impact of tinnitus on aged veterans. The project is managed by the Royal British Legion and funded by the chancellor using the Aged Veterans Fund.

Tinnitus in aged veterans is a subject which has not been researched before in the UK so they are looking for participants to take part and/or share the information about the project with your family/friends who might be interested.

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07

Nov
2018

In News
Weekly Tip

By Jerusha Shulberg

Cubex Weekly TIP // You CAN live well with tinnitus!

On 07, Nov 2018 | In News, Weekly Tip | By Jerusha Shulberg

THIS WEEK’S TIP:YOU CAN LIVE WELL WITH TINNITUS!

 

It’s always daunting for people to hear that tinnitus does not have a cure, but there are ways to manage and live well with tinnitus, without any suffering or stress. However, there is often a lot of misguided information out there. On this week’s TIP, Adam Shulberg talks about the importance of seeking out help from professionals and programmes that understand the biopsychosocial nature of tinnitus.

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Why mindfulness and meditation is good for tinnitus and hearing loss?

On 11, Oct 2018 | In Clinical Mindfulness, News | By Jerusha Shulberg

You don’t have to go very far to see that lifestyle practices like mindfulness and meditation are becoming more and more popular for the management of tinnitus, hearing loss and in western medical science in general.

Before discussing the role of mindfulness and meditation in hearing healthcare, it is useful to understand the nature of hearing loss and tinnitus.
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25

Sep
2018

In Clinical Mindfulness

By Rosie Williams

Mindfulness offers hope to tinnitus sufferers

On 25, Sep 2018 | In Clinical Mindfulness | By Rosie Williams

We were really pleased to see this article in the Guardian discussing cognitive therapy and mindfulness as effective tools for the management of tinnitus.

The article discusses the use of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy as a tool for people experiencing tinnitus, helping them to learn how to accept and live well with tinnitus, rather than fighting and pushing it away.

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21

Aug
2018

In Clinical Mindfulness

By Rosie Williams

The Psychology of Tinnitus

On 21, Aug 2018 | In Clinical Mindfulness | By Rosie Williams

We talk about tinnitus a lot and that is because tinnitus is one of the most prevalent symptoms that humanity faces and it often causes increased levels of unhealthy psychological distress in those who experience it.

It sounds daunting to people to hear that tinnitus does not have a cure, but there are ways to manage and live well with tinnitus, without any suffering or stress.  At Cubex, and with the guidance of the British Tinnitus Association, we utilise mindfulness and meditation practices to learn to live with tinnitus in a positive and calm way.

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29

Nov
2017

In Tinnitus

By Rosie Williams

Advice to GP’s about Tinnitus

On 29, Nov 2017 | In Tinnitus | By Rosie Williams

This guidance has been put together by the British Tinnitus Association to support GP’s who see tinnitus patients, to help them ensure that their patients get the best possible audiological care right from the outset.

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14

Sep
2017

In Tinnitus

By Rosie Williams

How sound therapy can help to relieve tinnitus

On 14, Sep 2017 | In Tinnitus | By Rosie Williams

Tinnitus is a sound only heard by the individual experiencing it and is commonly described as a ringing, buzzing or humming in the ear.

People who experience tinnitus become more aware of it in quieter environments and during moments of downtime, such as bed time. The awareness of ringing in the brain can lead to an inability to relax or sleep which in turn promotes stress and high levels of anxiety at a time when rest is needed the most. Some people find that focusing their attention on external sounds helps them hear the tinnitus less.

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Just Breathe London – Volume 6

On 20, Jul 2017 | In Clinical Mindfulness | By Jerusha Shulberg

 

Just Breathe London – Volume 6

With all the challenges and demands of life, we can benefit from a strategy to help us manage stress and fatigue, especially if you experience the effects of the cognitive load from reduced hearing ability and/or tinnitus. Learning to manage stress is the most powerful way of ensuring that life is fun, fulfilling and creative. There are many scientifically validated benefits from a regular mindfulness and meditation practice.

  • Increased brain function
  • Increased immune function
  • Decreased stress, anxiety and depression
  • Greater energy and vitality
  • Increased emotional stability
  • Increased focus and concentration
  • Greater feeling of happiness and well-being

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We feel honoured and privileged to have recently partnered with the UK’s first Modern Mindfulness & Mass Meditation community, Just Breathe London.

 

Launched in 2016, Just Breathe is a fast growing community with a mission to make the practice of mindfulness and meditation accessible to anyone and everyone. The aim is simple, to create a space to breath & positively affect the cultural fabric and cognitive health of our city. It provides a place for community, connection & culture with the vision to create an oasis of space amidst London’s hustle and bustle. Almost a year later and now in full stride, the events, workshops & Grand Gatherings provide an opportunity for Londoners to step into less.
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21

Feb
2017

In Tinnitus

By Rosie Williams

Pulsatile tinnitus: causes and treatments

On 21, Feb 2017 | In Tinnitus | By Rosie Williams

What is pulsatile tinnitus?

Tinnitus is a perception of sounds that is generated by the nervous system of the ear and brain in the absence of any external sound source. It is usually heard only by the individual experiencing tinnitus and is commonly described as a ringing in the ear, buzzing or humming. On the other hand, Pulsatile tinnitus is often described as a thumping or whooshing sound that has a like a rhythmic pulsing that is often in time with the person’s heartbeat. This is also referred to as vascular tinnitus as in many cases the cause is related to changes in blood flow.

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