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Is it possible the horrible pain I have on the back of my neck be the cause for reactive tinnitus? Jun 23, 2024

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    1. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      Is it possible the horrible pain I have on the back of my neck be the cause for reactive tinnitus?
    2. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      Oh my fucking god the electrical buzz is louder and more piercing. It just happened as I was laying in bed in protection.
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    3. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      I want it to stabilize... it's getting too much for me.
      1. Juliane, gameover, beefling and 2 others like this.
    4. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      Chewing foods or talking too much now makes a squeal sound.
    5. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      Just exposing to low sounds makes one of my tones very loud. Sounds like a chorus.
    6. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      It's now so reactive...
    7. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      Still sleep in protection but I wear double protection. Snoring could be causing it all to get worse. I no longer wake up with it quiet.
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    8. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      Trying my best with protection even in house. I tried taking in normal sounds without protection. It's getting worse.
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    9. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      I was wrong about my family taking me to a mental hospital... Reactive T getting worse... Tones getting worse...
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    10. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      My tinnitus is horribly reactive today. Getting horrible piercing spikes that make me anxious.
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    11. Andrew40
      Andrew40
      Hi...I read your thread and I can tell you that I have the SAME PROBLEM.
      Reactive noise that reacts to food, to water, to conversations, to everything.. I also had normal tinnitus for several years and it turned into mega reactive. Very somatic. Let's support each other and look for a way out. I have hearing loss
      1. Travis Henry
        Travis Henry
        I have experienced the same things yall are and still do to a extremely bad state now. Please don't listen to anyone's advice to keep exposing to sound to make it better. Michael Ls advice saying there is no such thing as reactive T & noxacusis got me fuked when I still had a liveable level.
        Apr 12, 2024
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      2. Travis Henry
        Travis Henry
        Time , quiet and no meds are the only way for anyone with unstable Tinnitus.
        Apr 12, 2024
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    12. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      Reactivity with constant worsenings.
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      2. 4Grace
        4Grace
        @HopeForAll96 I am like you. So sorry. I also want my old T back. Long shot chance. Would you know if you have Gilbert’s syndrome. Fairly benign condition that causes elevated levels of bilirubin in your blood. You could have it and don’t know. Elevated levels of bilirubin can damage the auditory nerve.
        Apr 13, 2024
      3. 4Grace
        4Grace
        Also, are you sensitive to foods? Anything with salicylates spikes my tinnitus. Moving my neck, clenching my teeth, applying slight pressure to the right side of my head. You have any of this?
        Apr 13, 2024
    13. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      I want my old tinnitus back.
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    14. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      Smoke detector went off and the dogs went howling. Plugged my ears. I bet I'm gonna get a permanent spike now. FUCK.
    15. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      I really want to know if my snoring with ear muffs is making my tinnitus worse?
      1. crescentsky
        crescentsky
        probably an unpopular theory, but I am convinced snoring can cause T. My T was not from a concert, but thinking back to it more, my tenants at the time period when my T came about, I heard them snoring from my floor every night for hours for 30 days. There were a combinations of other factors, but I think snoring is loud enough to cause noise trauma the more I think about it.
        Mar 27, 2024
      2. HopeForAll96
        HopeForAll96
        @crescentsky So do I sleep without ear muffs? There are going to be noises while I sleep like someone using the shower or occasional airplane.
        Mar 27, 2024
      3. crescentsky
        crescentsky
        I have a neighbor and his car wakes up the entire neighborhood. I brought heavy duty black-out curtains that seems to cut out some of the noise. Also birds too. I think ear muffs can also cause sound sensitivity but don't quote me. lol. This disease is unpredictable.
        Mar 27, 2024
    16. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      I hate you reactive t and h. You fucked up my life. Why won't you just STABILIZE???
      1. Leine, Juliane, streifzug and 3 others like this.
      2. Hardwell
        Hardwell
        Took me a year to see improvement on that front
        Mar 23, 2024
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      3. HopeForAll96
        HopeForAll96
        Mar 24, 2024
      4. Juliane
        Juliane
        Mar 24, 2024
    17. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      Why did I get an electrical buzz in my left ear over a week ago to now having it in both ears?
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      2. 4Grace
        4Grace
        Same - same - same!!!!!!
        Apr 13, 2024
    18. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      Is my snoring with ear muffs in worsening my tinnitus? I got this new horrible buzzsaw tone.
    19. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      How do you deal with Reactive T and H? Do you force through noise or protect?
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      2. Juliane
        Juliane
        Always protect. Forcing through anything is extremely dangerous
        Mar 24, 2024
    20. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      So many tones.
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    21. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      Can reactiveness get worse for wearing protection too much?
      1. Juliane
        Juliane
        I doubt that.
        Mar 24, 2024
    22. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      Just as I was trying to sleep, it spikes. My reactive tinnitus is so bad I can't take off my muffs.
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    23. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      Why is my reactive tinnitus so bad. It wasn't this bad at onset.
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    24. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      How does one recover from a worsened Hyperacusis with Reactive Tinnitus?
      1. BellaMia
        BellaMia
        I know everyone is different. Hyperacusis is the brain saying "sounds hurt" so to retrain your brain that noises don't hurt, is to slowly and gently reintroduce yourself to sound again. Do it at safe levels for you. Ginger tea and tumeric homemade tea for pain and inflammation. I had bad H and still have slightly reactive T. Simple noises can over do it. Do it safely and slowly. You'll be okay.
        Feb 21, 2024
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      2. BellaMia
        BellaMia
        Don't over protect but protect for small amounts throughout the day. Expose yourself to low level sounds for 10 mins a day and keep going. This is the hyperacusis therapy given by the University of Michigan that I used.
        Feb 21, 2024
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    25. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      Fuck it's still spiked..
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    26. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      All of these tones, with a few being so loud and intrusive.
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    27. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
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    28. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      Oh God it's so bad, I can't wear hearing protection it's so loud.
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      2. 4Grace
        4Grace
        @HopeForAll96 - I could have written everything you have said. This one the most. I cannot wear hearing protection. The sound of my T is deafening with it on. I had to use sound therapy 24 hours a day. Even though it hurt a little I had to use it. Now my T is worse then ever and sound therapy burns my ears. May God please help all of us.
        Apr 13, 2024
    29. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      Couple days ago I was exposed to a dog bark and ever since one of my tones became more intense. Will this subside?
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    30. HopeForAll96
      HopeForAll96
      Please tell me my reactive t improves.
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    Gender:
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    Tinnitus Since:
    2008
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Noise Induced/ETD/TMJD/Pfizer Vaccine