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Member, Female, 25, from Spain

I want to hang myself asap. Sep 21, 2019 at 4:14 PM

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Viewing thread Lenire — Bimodal Stimulation Treatment by Neuromod, Sep 22, 2019 at 10:39 AM
    1. acute
      acute
      I want to hang myself asap.
      1. CroakyBat
        CroakyBat
        Please don’t talk like that, you can and will get through this! How intrusive is your T? Is it able to be masked at all?
        Sep 21, 2019 at 5:46 PM
      2. Mymlan
        Mymlan
        You are still early with T. Don’t loose hope. Your T might fade, and who knows, maybe you’ll recover completely?
        Sep 21, 2019 at 5:54 PM
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      3. just1morething
        just1morething
        Understandable. Noise is torturous. Could be the limbic system. I had 1 good day then it returned upon awakening.
        Sep 22, 2019 at 12:02 AM
    2. acute
      acute
      i am going to become the benzo princess, yay. my life is a derailed train
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      3. acute
        acute
        This is what this fucking crap does to us.
        Sep 19, 2019 at 11:08 PM
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      4. PureNoise
        PureNoise
        It used to be effective now my T is even worse. The noises are so loud and reactive.
        Sep 19, 2019 at 11:59 PM
      5. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        I had lost at least a year of my life as a result of T. Hopefully all you will end up losing is a year or two, and not more.

        You live in Spain - such a cool and nice country - at least you have That going in your favour.
        Sep 20, 2019 at 1:55 AM
    3. acute
      acute
      I am beginning to wonder if my Invisalign treatment may be related in any way with my tinnitus. I'm still suffer so much.
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      2. acute
        acute
        Yes, it's weird because I think the "usual" situation it's just the opposite. In other cases that I researched around the internet: braces was making T worse, but in my case it seems not. As you say, it seems like it's helping me against T in any way. But this is rare I think, and these are only assumptions...
        Sep 19, 2019 at 5:25 PM
      3. acute
        acute
        The dentist extracted my second left premolar, was a perfectly healthy tooth. She said she had to make space in my mouth to reposition the rest of the teeth... I was never feel happy or safe with the decision to extract that tooth.
        Sep 19, 2019 at 5:26 PM
      4. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        Dentists seem to do this (extract teeth for very shady reasons) all of the time. My mom had been a victim of such a dentist too...
        Sep 19, 2019 at 6:06 PM
    4. CroakyBat
      CroakyBat
      Hi acute, hope you're doing well. I remember posting below you on a thread about circumin a few weeks ago so I wanted to know, have you tried taking it yet? I've been taking it for about 2 weeks now and was curious if it has had any affect for you, given our situations are similar. Let me know!
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      2. acute
        acute
        Hi CroakyBat, I'm sorry for the delay. How are you feeling? Hope you feel better. I started with curcumin but I have not been very constant and I have not noticed great results, probably due to not having been consistent with the taking. Do you feel any improvement in your T since the use of curcumin? -Sorry for my bad english-
        Sep 17, 2019 at 12:34 AM
      3. CroakyBat
        CroakyBat
        I'm actually doing pretty well, thank you for asking! I do believe my ringing has improved since I joined the forum a few months ago, but it's hard to tell how much..it's definitely still there but it is not all that intrusive lately. Most importantly, mentally and emotionally I am doing a lot better. I'm starting to stop focusing on hearing the T at every moment and getting back to enjoying my life again.
        Sep 21, 2019 at 12:35 AM
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      4. CroakyBat
        CroakyBat
        I think that alone has been a big reason for the improvement. I have been taking the circumin each night, but I'm only taking 1000mg. I believe higher dosages were giving me headaches and nausea. I've also been taking magnesium and ginkgo biloba.
        Sep 21, 2019 at 12:36 AM
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    5. Bill Bauer
      Bill Bauer
      How are you feeling now? Would you say your T is quieter (or has a pitch that is easier to bear) compared to how it was back in June?
      1. acute
        acute
        Hi Bill, thanks for your concern. It's very kind of you. I haven't noticed much improvement in my T since May... which makes me sad and makes me feel despair. I have several sounds, but the most prominent now is a metallic and electric hiss in my head, kind of like a sound made by the air escaping from a punctured tire. No pure tone most of the time.
        Aug 24, 2019
    6. acute
      acute
      This is a dead end.
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    7. acute
      acute
      I'm going to make myself a benzo addict If I continue this way. But I can't stand through the day without benzos...
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      2. Lynny
        Lynny
        Also for sleeping mix it with melatonine, some people find it useful
        Aug 8, 2019
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      3. Stu1983
        Stu1983
        Please be wise with your benzo use. I use them also due to sleep issues. Things do get better I have up to 6 different tones and are so severe and unmaskable at times. Im sorry that you are in a difficult situation.

        Love and respect
        Aug 8, 2019
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      4. Backpacker
        Backpacker
        Is there any way you could spend time somewhere where the noise bothers you less, at least few hours every day? I don't know, just a suggestion. Walking around, sitting on a quiet beach, or anything? I know it's not a cure. I just don't like the idea of getting addicted to benzos.
        Aug 9, 2019
    8. gary
      gary
      Believe it or not it will get easier to handle. When you are having a really bad, remember those good days when the T was not bad. This method helps me a lot through the really bad days.
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      2. acute
        acute
        I'm 25 years old. How am I going to endure a lifetime of suffering like this? All the time left before me is going to be a pure torture with these terrible noises in my head.
        Aug 7, 2019
    9. acute
      acute
      Life is not worth living anymore, not with these noises.
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      2. Contrast
        Contrast
        Don't give up yet, Lenire and Frequency Therapeutics are coming.
        Aug 7, 2019
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      3. acute
        acute
        @ChrisBoyMonkey But how much more time should we expect suffering this torture? Is true that Lenire is my only hope. But I don't know how to endure all these months until they give me an appointment. Every day is pure torture.
        Aug 7, 2019
      4. ChrisBoyMonkey
        ChrisBoyMonkey
        You're right, it's probably going to take months, but the way we must endure for now is to do what we can to make it easier for us to take it day by day, with each day getting closer to sweet relief.

        The strategy I am doing is doing the same things I loved before the tinnitus. I focus on these things because they are still there right now with the noise, and they will still be there once the noise is gone.
        Aug 7, 2019
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    10. acute
      acute
      I want to die.
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      2. Mymlan
        Mymlan
        Oh, I know how you feel. Please stay! I just tried to answer your reply but the message went error and called it a spam?!
        Jul 31, 2019
      3. Lynny
        Lynny
        :((( I know the feeling, it will get better <3 message me plz. Don’t do anything definitive. I will keep you in my prayers.
        Jul 31, 2019
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      4. CroakyBat
        CroakyBat
        Hi acute, you responded to one of my posts last week. Like you said, we are in very similar situations and I'm sorry you're feeling this way. If you need someone to chat with, feel free to PM me! (however that works)
        Aug 5, 2019
    11. ChrisRA
      ChrisRA
      Hey acute, how severe is your tinnitus? Can you hear it throughout the day or only in quiet environments? I’m curious because I’m somewhat in your boat. I’m 22 and acquired tinnitus by being too close to a speaker at a concert on June 1st. I was in a panic after a week of barely sleeping, leading to my early posts on this forum. I do hope that your situation improves, and I’m confident that it will.
      1. acute
        acute
        Hi @ChrisRA! If you don't mind, I will answer you by PM to explain myself better :)
        Jul 26, 2019
    12. acute
      acute
      Some days it seems that tinnitus It's getting better and lower. Others days I feel sad because the improvement seems only a false illusion.
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      2. acute
        acute
        "It is normal for T to slide back after an improvement. The daily fluctuations are irrelevant. What is important are the global lows and the monthly trend. If you have been experiencing some fading, this is a wonderful news. In a year or two you will feel a lot better."
        Jul 21, 2019
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      3. Bill Bauer
        Bill Bauer
        I wouldn't be making that comment if I wasn't convinced that it was true. This is something I learned as a result of having T and reading this forum for many months. Feeling better (on average) compared to a month or two ago is all that matters.
        Jul 21, 2019
      4. just1morething
        just1morething
        You could talk to Dr. Shulman. He wrote books about tinnitus. He would know a lot more than anyone here. I’ve been talking to him lately. Even stress could cause tinnitus. I don’t know if you had any stressful things happen at the time you first had tinnitus? The brain can do some weird things to people under stress.
        Jul 21, 2019
    13. acute
      acute
      Waiting for T getting better. Missing my old life... :(
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    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    Apr 3, 1994 (Age: 25)
    Location:
    Spain
    Tinnitus Since:
    04/2019
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Loud music. Stress, long taking meds, Invisalign ?