This message board is free. Any personal information you enter to register will be kept confidential and not shared with anyone (we promise!). Individuals who participate on the message board come from all over the world. Everyone is welcome provided they agree to abide by the rules of the message board which are available for your review by pressing the tab on our homepage. Do not register if you do not agree with the rules. Those who participate on the message board include individuals who have hyperacusis, recruitment, hyperacute hearing, tinnitus, sound sensitivity and hearing professionals. We all share ideas on how to get better. Everyone is compassionate. If you would like to participate in this message board simply follow these steps:
When you enter the board for the first time you will see the word 'Register' above the column called right below the heading The Hyperacusis Network Message Board. Now, follow these instructions:
Once you have entered the information in these three fields you can scroll down and hit the SUBMIT button. Sometime later, if you want, you can always go back and add a photo or choose options to receive email from others. For now, as a new participant, you might consider just entering the required three fields (username, password, and email address) and then get a feel for the message board. You will be surprised how creative people get with their messages. Once you enter, simply click on any 'Message Subject' and see all the messages that have been posted.
Important: Once you have registered, an email will be sent to your email address. You must open that email. That email will give you a link to activate your account. Now you are done and free to post.
This message board is for informational [Ancora Imparo] and entertainment purposes only. It is not intended to render or act as a substitute for any medical advice. Consult with a qualified physician or hearing professional to obtain the proper medical treatment.
Rule infraction may result in either a warning or ban, depending on the severity.
You must consult with a qualified physician or hearing healthcare clinician to find the proper treatment for hyperacusis. All content, text, graphics, and information is for general informational purposes and is not intended for use as a diagnosis or treatment of a health problem or as a substitute for consulting a licensed medical professional. The Hyperacusis Network is a free network and accepts no advertising. Any information received is kept confidential and shared with no one.