fran gilbert
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fran gilbert

Member, Female, 64, from Newlyn, penzance

I cope with my tinnitus by relaxing and listening to the noises, they start to calm down and go quieter x Feb 2, 2016

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    1. fran gilbert
      fran gilbert
      I cope with my tinnitus by relaxing and listening to the noises, they start to calm down and go quieter x
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      2. Sailboardman
        Sailboardman
        I cope, by sitting next to a jet engine, with the afterburner on. This almost masks my T and helps me calm down quite a bit. };-)
        Feb 3, 2016
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    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    Jan 16, 1952 (Age: 64)
    Location:
    Newlyn, penzance
    Occupation:
    Retired
    Tinnitus Since:
    01/1984
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    I have Ménière's disease
    I am 64 retired, 3 sons, 42, 41 & 24, I live in a fishing village Newlyn above harbour in a bungalow overlooking penzance bay Cornwall. Beautiful place to live with hubby roe and cocker spaniel barney. I have had Ménière's disease 32 years, which includes extreme vertigo, anxiety, exhaustion, nausea tinnitus etc very debilitating. i find with tinnitus stress affects it and makes noises load, if you relax and listen to noises they will calm down x
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