Acoustic Neuroma Association
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Cumming, GA 30041

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Have you been considering getting a Baha (Bone anchored hearing aid) but had some questions? ANA volunteer and AN patient Emily gives a great explanation in this quick video.

One of the most troublesome issues that many acoustic neuroma patients deal with both pre- and post-treatment is tinnitus. Treatment options are limited and relief can be difficult to achieve.

Most AN patients describe their tinnitus as ringing, buzzing or hissing sounds. But what if you hear music or singing? This can be distressing to some, who may fear that it is an early sign of dementia.

For some lucky individuals, the term "duvet day" conjures images of cute matching pajamas, a guilty-pleasure movie marathon and instagram worthy comfort food. For people dealing with ongoing health issues, it can mean something else entirely.

If hearing is a collection of electrical impulses in the brain, does it matter how those impulses are input? Can the brain learn to "hear" from other sources?

  • Peggy and John at Johns Hopkins event
  • Tom is a Proud AN Warrior
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