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Viewing thread A Couple of Noise Induced Success Stories for You All!, Jul 18, 2019 at 12:16 PM
    1. Matea13
      Matea13
      continuation...

      But it seems there ist no influence on it besides the sleep. I wake up in the morning and I have to take it.
      You wrote in your last post, that there is an improvement. The good days are more often.
      What is with the frequency? Is it also lower?
      and what did you do for it? still waiting? :-)
      Thanks for answering.
      Best regards from Berlin,
      Matea
      1. KMc24
        KMc24
        My tinnitus follows the same pattern as yours. Although I believe it's improving the changes are slow and almost imperceptible. I take lots of supplements and exercise regularly. I'm a teacher so I have the next 2 months off. I'm hoping the reduction in noise and stress from school has a positive impact. There's no telling what can happen with tinnitus. Its all a waiting game.
        Jun 13, 2019
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    2. Matea13
      Matea13
      Hello,
      I am Matea from Germany and I have read some posts of you. I could find myself in your experiences. I have a high pitched Tinnitus since 7 months caused in stress and it follows a special pattern. 1 day loud in the head (this is the worst case), 1 day middle or loud but in the ears, 1 day quiet in the background. The last one is that I could easily live with.
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    Gender:
    Male
    Tinnitus Since:
    3/2018
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Noise induced