5 Minute Tinnitus Test
Please answer these questions to see how tinnitus is impacting on your life.
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16% of individuals indicate that their tinnitus can cause trouble concentrating.
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Because of my tinnitus I often find it hard to concentrate
Because of my tinnitus I sometimes find it hard to concentrate.
I don't find my tinnitus affects my concentration.
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18% of individuals indicate that their tinnitus affects their ability to sleep.
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Because of my tinnitus I often have trouble falling asleep at night?
Because of my tinnitus I sometimes have trouble falling asleep at night.
I don't find my tinnitus affects my sleep.
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1 in 14 people struggle with chronic tinnitus and many report avoiding social situations.
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Because of my tinnitus I struggle to enjoy social activities?
Because of my tinnitus I sometimes struggle to enjoy social activities.
I don't find my tinnitus affects my social activities.
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For almost 3 million people, the problem is severe enough that it impacts their everyday life.
3 points
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Because of my tinnitus I struggle to read?
Because of my tinnitus I sometimes struggle to read.
I don't find my tinnitus affects my reading.
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30% of people reporting tinnitus classified their condition as a 'moderate' to 'very big' problem when trying to focus.
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Because of my tinnitus I find it difficult to focus on other things.
Because of my tinnitus I sometimes find it difficult to focus on other things.
I don't find my tinnitus affects my ability to focus on other things.
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13% of individuals indicate that their tinnitus can cause them to be anxious.
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I am often anxious due to my tinnitus.
I sometimes feel anxious due to my tinnitus.
I don't find my tinnitus makes me anxious.
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Tinnitus can have a direct influence on thoughts and emotions, hearing, sleep and concentration.
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Yes
My tinnitus gets worse when I am stressed.
My tinnitus sometimes gets worse when I am stressed.
I don't find stress affects my tinnitus.
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