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foliefortuna

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I wonder if my subconscious hears tinnitus in my sleep. I hope not because I take comfort in the idea that I hear silence in my dreams. :/ Feb 23, 2018

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    1. BobDigi
      BobDigi
      Hi. I just looked at your profile because I saw a post where you said you're anxious and obsessive most of the time. Then I realized you are only 16. My anxiety really stepped up in my 20s as did my OCD
      I'm 39 now and I have had a brief series of counseling and read quite a few books on anxiety over the last 5 years which has really helped.
      1. foliefortuna
        foliefortuna
        @BobDigi
        I am glad that you have you been helped. Anxiety and OCD are horrible disorders. I have had anxiety and OCD since I was 3 or 4, it waxes and wanes for me. I am hoping it will go away once summer begins.
        Mar 27, 2018
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    2. Shera
      Shera
      Are you still able to reading comfortably? I've been having a ridiculously hard time since my T volume amped up.
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      3. foliefortuna
        foliefortuna
        Maybe he told you it was mild because he did not want to freak you out? I think T that is 65 decibels is pretty rare since 65 decibels is about as loud as a voice.
        Mar 12, 2018
      4. Shera
        Shera
        I thought about that, and it just seems dumb of him. I did look at him and tell him you're telling my road noise level in the car is mild. It spikes in our diesel truck, which is 90 db. Really I wish I would have paid attention to the paper and pointed out it said severe. *shrugs*
        Mar 12, 2018
      5. Shera
        Shera
        I even told him this was low to what it had been (I could hear it everywhere and actually couldn't hear other sounds). He was the one who told me trying to mask it with hearing aids would be dangerous because of the volume level. It's just weird.

        He was very knowledgeable and said I had made progress since my last check up.
        Mar 12, 2018
    3. foliefortuna
      foliefortuna
      I wonder if my subconscious hears tinnitus in my sleep. I hope not because I take comfort in the idea that I hear silence in my dreams. :/
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      3. Sven
        Sven
        I saw your comment and that's something that I've thought of ever since I got T back in 1999, that I never ever have heard my tinnitus in my sleep. I don't understand why, though.
        Feb 28, 2018
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      4. foliefortuna
        foliefortuna
        @Sven I do not hear tinnitus in the few very dreams I remember. However, I do not look for it due to my dreams having other bad things in them.
        Feb 28, 2018
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      5. Shera
        Shera
        I've had my T wake me up, but never actually enter my dreams. It's been talked about a lot and it seems like dreams stay safe.
        Feb 28, 2018
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    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    May 30, 2001 (Age: 17)
    Location:
    in the fiery depths of Hell
    Tinnitus Since:
    March 2017
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    TMJ Disorder
    Well my name is Katie and I am 16 years old. I have had tinnitus since I was 15, it has been about a year now. I love reading, some of my favorite books are The Giver, Graceling, and Harry Potter.