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    1. jabawok
      jabawok
      it took me around 3 months before I consulted a Physio. During the 3 months, I saw a few doctors and did some hearing tests but it was a self-diagnoses that got me seeing a physio. My T was a combination of a high pitch sound and buzzing. Cheers
    2. jabawok
      jabawok
      Hi mark, I believe my T is somatic and related to muscles. So yes, stretching and massaging my neck and shoulder area helps reduce the T a lot. After my first physio session my T disappeared within around 48 hours. I was tasked to regular massaging and stretching exercises and improve my sleeping posture. As mentioned my T fluctuates depending on how tight my muscles are.
      1. jabawok
        jabawok
        I’m unsure why yours would get worse after physio but I’m not a muscle expert. I know it sounds hard to do but try to relax about your T. God takes us through difficult times in His way and in His timing. Pay attention to what your body is telling you. Cheers
        Jun 11, 2019
      2. MarkX
        MarkX
        Yeah I dont understand why mine got worse. I had two sessions so far. Mine I very somatic. I really figured it would get better with physio. But it’s def not. . But yes I’m praying god will heal me in his time. I really wish I had your success.
        Jun 11, 2019
    3. jabawok
      jabawok
      hi Mark, thanks for your message but like some of the others I couldn't find a reply button. I thought the website was broken so apologies for the belated response. My tinnitus fluctuates between low to completely gone as it is dependent on my tightened muscles. I had to learn to change sleeping postures and not lie flat on my stomach as told by my physio.
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      2. jabawok
        jabawok
        That said, when I say my T goes away it really goes away and I know the root cause of it so I can manage it. However, I believe it's also related to stress --> muscle tightening etc.. My T is only in the left ear. Don't stress out bro, everything will be ok.

        God bless
        Jun 10, 2019
      3. MarkX
        MarkX
        thank you for responding. Yeah mine is very loud. Mine is very loud and what I don’t understand is that when I do exercises for neck and jaw and when I see the physiotherapy I get worse. It get much louder. So I’m scared I’m making it worse. It hasn’t come down either. Do you have somatic? Can you change the loudness by moving neck and jaw?
        Jun 10, 2019
      4. MarkX
        MarkX
        My T is also only in the left ear too. My hearing is great too.
        Jun 10, 2019
    4. Chester
      Chester
      I am having very mild hissing on and off.
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      2. MarkX
        MarkX
        Congrats. I hope I get there.
        Jun 5, 2019
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    5. Chester
      Chester
      Hi MarkX, I saw your private message in my inbox but for some reason there is no reply button that I could use to answer you. Anyway, my tinnitus is only in the right ear ( wax impacted one) and the sound is coming from the ear, not head. It is not somatic. In the first month is was this high pitched eeeeee sound, and then it became like a bunch of crickets are having a party in my head.
      1. Chester
        Chester
        After about 3 months it was like crickets and hissing on and off but the sound was always there. The fading started after about 8 months. I never had spikes whatsoever. This is I guess due my tinnitus being non- reactive. During these 30 months after the onset, I never changed my diets or lifestyle.
        Jun 4, 2019
      2. MarkX
        MarkX
        Yeah I couldn't find the reply button either at first. I had to use a computer to respond then it showed up on my phone. So the crickets are gone as well, you only have a very mild ring on those days?
        Jun 4, 2019
    6. PhoenixBURNING
      PhoenixBURNING
      Oh opps....its ok maybe others can use this info. Im so tech saavy :)
      1. MarkX
        MarkX
        its ok. and thank you for taking the time to give me this information. i appreciate it alot. I'm really hoping its temporary.
        May 30, 2019
    7. PhoenixBURNING
      PhoenixBURNING
      Also try tumeric capsules, release muscle tension, breathing techniques...clean up ur diet! Be super strict...give it time. Good luck. Cant use my pc, hope it gets better soon. Distractions r good!
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      2. MarkX
        MarkX
        Yes, i've been on a very good diet and lost 35 pounds. I do just need to give it time. Its very hard to ignore because its very loud. Was your loud like on a scale of 10? and how long before you notice it started to fade?
        May 30, 2019
    8. PhoenixBURNING
      PhoenixBURNING
      Okay i may be in the right place...lol. My T is pulsatile ( I hear my heartbeat/ pulse in my right ear). 1st time it gradually went away within a substantial amount of time, so be patient.
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      2. MarkX
        MarkX
        your still posting on the wall and not in a private message
        May 30, 2019
      3. MarkX
        MarkX
        Yeah so yours way Pulsatile. Yeah mine is very different. yours may be a blood pressure issue. Mine is a high pitch EEEE sound and somatic. Your first one gradually went away. when did you notice it start to fad the first time?
        May 30, 2019
    9. PhoenixBURNING
      PhoenixBURNING
      Hi Mark, can you explain to me how to reply directly to ur thread. Im limited in letter count here and would like to give a thorough reply. I havent really used this site much
      1. MarkX
        MarkX
        You should reply from the conversation i sent you
        May 30, 2019
      2. MarkX
        MarkX
        I think you need to use a computer first. I had to reply on a computer and then i saw it on my phone.
        May 30, 2019
      3. MarkX
        MarkX
        go to alert on the top of screen and select the conversation.
        May 30, 2019
    10. PhoenixBURNING
      PhoenixBURNING
      Hi Markx, I first got T from stress, went away completely in 8-9 mts. Yrs with zero T.
      Currently, volume substantially less in the last 2 mts and have long moments of silence. Getting better.
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      2. MarkX
        MarkX
        Thank you so much for responding. When you first had it was a high pitch ring and crickets? Did it start fading over time or just stopped? I hope yours now goes away soon. I hope mine too.
        May 27, 2019
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    Tinnitus Since:
    March 2019
    Cause of Tinnitus:
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