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I have had success with this.
Hello! Seems you are experiencing an acoustic trauma or shock. For the early onset of Tinnitus from sound trauma, what is recommended is to have...
I think the point Bill is trying to make that there is always something promising for how long he's been on here, but it's also always never like...
Oooh, what were the positive results? Is it a long backread?
What even happened to MPP. WHAT HAPPENED TO EVERYONE?
I haven't kept up with much of anything with the dealings of Tinnitus, because I figured nothing groundbreaking would happen this year with...
Oh wow. That's wild as fuck.
SERIOUSLY THOUGH, IT'S 2020. WHERE'S THE PILL TO MAKE SURE T DOESN'T GET WORSE? Hello? Hola?
What happened to John?
My MES completely resolved itself.
You have to be resilient with your protection.
If your T is going to change and accommodate for the best - you need to allow your ears the time to do so.
My point is for some of the newbies, though, I'm still classified as one - that it's a long process.
My T regulates itself. It is very soft. Sometimes like a whisper.
I still take mag. I only indulge in NAC whenever I feel like a noise was too loud for my ears or out for a long day.