Eric Clapton diagnosed with tinnitus

Eric Clapton diagnosed with tinnitus

A brand new documentary, Eric Clapton: Life in 12 Bars place to premiere on Showtime Feb. 10, will showcase that the icon's tumultuous existence from your highs of rock stardom into the forefront of substance abuse and individual catastrophe, including the death of his 4-year-old kid, Conor, in 1991.

Eric Clapton has been one of the world's most famous musicians for decades now. I'm doing a few gigs. While the issue can be age-related or caused by ear injury, it can also be caused by noise-induced hearing loss.

"I am still going to work. I understand that is part of it since it truly is fantastic to myself personally I am here" Clapton is the way from the only stone protagonist afflicted with migraines.

Clapton added, "I'm hoping that people will come along and see me just because, or maybe more than because I'm a curiosity". Symptoms can include buzzing, ringing, hissing, roaring and clicking in the ears.

"It was a catastrophe, " he said.

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"I tried wearing a hearing aid, but I heard more than I wanted to hear!"

Promoting his upcoming documentary, Eric Clapton: Live in 12 Bars, the guitarist made a BBC Radio 2 appearance on January 9, 2018.

The singer said it was hard for him to watch, but he believes it shows "there's light at the end of the tunnel". He said that he would drink "special brew with vodka", but wants people to know that if you're willing to seek help that "there's light at the end of the tunnel". "It started with lower back pain and turned into what they call peripheral neuropathy, which is where you feel like you have electric shocks going down your leg".

CNN has reached out to representatives for Clapton for additional comment.

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