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Why is loud cooler? Why is loud good for our depression, anger, mood, energy? Why? Why? Why?
@Stacken77 because success after hard work made me happy. I was happy that I'm a competent person, and it made sense for my existence. I was doing...
Guys, will I be successful even with T? I was working so hard to be a great programmer, but this T fucks up my relaxation and productivity.
Why do I have to have emotions? If I would had emotions I wouldn't have blasted music... stupid fucking me...
Stay strong guys.
Guys, I think I'm going off this forum and everything about T. I can't change it, so there is no reason to waste time on it.
Enjoy the silence, you are unbelievably lucky that it went away. I'm 23 with 8 month long tinnitus and it's not improving at all.
I'm a big gym guy and I remembered in the car that song, which we blated when lifting. Sound Rusherz - Beating of my heart. I blasted it
I completely remember how I got T. It was the last week of the lockdown in April. Next week they would open restaurants and gyms 1/2
Do you guys remember what it was before T? Im starting to forget. I only know that at night it was peaceful.
I was always 100% protective of myself, never reckless, but how the fuck did I not know about hearing damage?
I would say Im a smart person. As a 23 year old Im finishing uni and already making more than my parents, but I still got T like and idiot..
Please describe me changing T. How does it work, and is it a sign of more damage than steady T. Thanks
@DimLeb send me some stuff so I can blast it in my car, lol
Naaah... those safety guidelines are stupid. I got T from 105db for max of 10 seconds and probably 85db for 45 minutes.