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25 Celebrities Who Suffer From Tinnitus

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Those who suffer from tinnitus are all too familiar with the frustration and solitude the condition causes. While some have endured tinnitus symptoms for as long as they can remember, others develop the condition over time due to a variety of circumstances. Often, over-exposure to loud noise during a period in their lives brings on Tinnitus. It can become a very lonely condition, as no one else can truly experience what you are “hearing.” Rest assured, you are not alone. Nearly 50 million Americans suffer from tinnitus, or approximately 15% of the population.

In an effort to provide comfort to those struggling with tinnitus, we have compiled a list of celebrities you may be familiar with who also suffer from this potentially debilitating condition. Knowing others are experiencing the same symptoms and frustrations can be reassuring. People from all walks of life can experience tinnitus, and we hope some of these names are familiar to you. Check out this list of 25 celebrities who suffer from tinnitus.

Musicians who Suffer from Tinnitus:

1. Anthony Kiedis (Red Hot Chili Peppers)

2. Barbara Streisand

3. Bob Dylan

4. Chris Martin (Coldplay)

5. Eric Clapton

6. James Hetfield (Metallica)

7. Neil Young

8. Ozzy Osbourne

9. Pete Townshend (The Who)

10. Phil Collins

11. Sting

12. Will.I.Am

…And it’s not just musicians who suffer from tinnitus.


Actors & TV Personalities with Tinnitus

13. Alex Trebek

14. David Letterman

15. Gerard Butler

16. Keanu Reeves

17. Steve Martin

18. William Shatner

19. Whoopi Goldberg

Furthermore, tinnitus is a condition that has been around for centuries.


Historical Figures who had Tinnitus:

20. Beethoven

21. Charles Darwin

22. Martin Luther

23. Michelangelo

24. Ronald Reagan

25. Vincent Van Gogh

Some of the worlds greatest musicians, actors, artists, and leaders have suffered from tinnitus. We can draw from their experiences and be inspired by their perseverance to overcome tinnitus. Although tinnitus can be debilitating, there are treatments and therapies designed to help you cope with your tinnitus symptoms. It is worth mentioning that talking to someone about your condition can help you to not feel isolated. For more information about tinnitus, therapies, and other ways to manage your condition, visit:

The American Tinnitus Association 

Hearing Health Foundation

We also encourage you to join our Facebook Tinnitus Support Group for articles, news, and updates on all things tinnitus related.

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Powerful Tinnitus Therapies You Probably Aren’t Using

Tinnitus can be constant

It is estimated that 15% of the U.S. population, or roughly 50 million people, experience some form of tinnitus. There are various causes for the perceived buzzing, chirping, hissing, or ringing in the ear. However, nearly 90% of tinnitus cases are accompanied by underlying hearing loss. Other tinnitus causes include earwax impaction, underlying medical conditions, as well as certain medications or combination of medicines. If you are unsure if you have tinnitus, or if you would like further counseling on tinnitus treatment, keep reading.

If you have not yet seen a doctor about your hearing loss or tinnitus, please do. There are options, treatments, and therapies available that may help you to cope with this frustrating condition. By seeing a doctor, you will be able to (in most cases) identify the root cause of your tinnitus, allowing you to seek treatment accordingly. Standard tests for tinnitus include a range of hearing test and other related examinations. Additionally, some tests and exercises may be done to rule out causes other than noise induced hearing loss.

Once a cause for your tinnitus has been determined, your focus should then turn toward utilizing specific therapies, activities, and treatments to reduce the severity of your tinnitus. There are a variety of tinnitus relief therapies that can be used to help combat your symptoms. One of the more common treatments used is known as TAT, or Tinnitus Activities Treatment. This therapy is focused on uniquely counseling each person, tailoring the exercises and activities specifically to that person’s tinnitus symptoms. Through this treatment, the patient is evaluated in 4 areas that are affected by their tinnitus. These areas include sleep, hearing, emotions, and concentration. Therapists spend time working with the patient to improve in these areas in hopes of reducing the effects of their tinnitus. Other types of therapy used to help alleviate the symptoms of tinnitus include cognitive behavioral therapy, tinnitus retraining therapy, and sound therapy. These are all designed to help the patient learn to live with tinnitus by finding ways to decrease the severity of the symptoms and improve the patients’ quality of life. There are many interesting ways in which cognitive exercise can retrain the brain to make the tinnitus noise less noticeable to the patient.

For more information about tinnitus symptoms, causes, and the different types of treatment available, plus additional resources, visit The Hearing Health Foundation & The American Tinnitus Association.

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*information for blog provided by The Hearing Health Foundation.