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Michael Leigh

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Hi Sandra, As long as you can hear your tinnitus above the sound enrichment that will be fine. I can only type 140 in this message box. Jul 27, 2017

    1. Nina99
      Nina99
      Thank you for your kind words. I cannot find a way to send you a PM...
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      2. Michael Leigh
        Michael Leigh
        Please click on my Avatar/picture. Then choose: start conversation. A box will show up and you should be able to reply to me. Alternatively you can type your email here if you wish.
        Michael
        Aug 19, 2017 at 2:45 PM
      3. Nina99
        Nina99
        It's strange, I don't have the command you say. I'll write my email here: verdefoglia79@gmail.com. Thank you very much for your support!!!
        Aug 19, 2017 at 4:36 PM
      4. Michael Leigh
        Michael Leigh
        Okay. I will send the articles within the next 15mins.
        Aug 19, 2017 at 4:38 PM
    2. Sound Of Silence
      Sound Of Silence
      Hello Michael, my name is Mario and I'm new to the talk forum. I've been reading your posts with great interest and I find them to be extremely informative. You are very knowledgeable and I appreciate your willingness to share your experiences and knowledge. Thank you.
      Mario
      1. Michael Leigh
        Michael Leigh
        Hi Mario.
        Thank you for your kind comments they are much appreciated.
        Hope you start to feel better soon
        Michael
        Aug 9, 2017
    3. RonnieCarzatto
      RonnieCarzatto
      Hey man, I've never written to you personally, but I just wanted to let you know, alot of your information and writings have helped immensely in these past few months. Thank you for all you do.
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      2. Michael Leigh
        Michael Leigh
        Thank you for your kind words and for taking time out to tell me. It is much appreciated. All the best Michael
        Jul 30, 2017
    4. Michael Leigh
      Michael Leigh
      Hi Sandra, As long as you can hear your tinnitus above the sound enrichment that will be fine. I can only type 140 in this message box.
    5. SandraKD
      SandraKD
      Hi Michael - I really value your knowledge ad experience and i have a q, you have said that sound enrichment should be set just below tinnitus, but i have to turn up the sounds somewhat loud if i am only to hear my T a little and my H does not like that :/ what do you recommend?
    6. SandraKD
      SandraKD
      Hi Michael - I have a question, i have been using sound enrichment every night for the past month as advised, and now i have some days where my H is a little better and other days like today where it is back to "normal" (oddly enough my T is a little milder today), is it sign that my H is improving? How long before i will get a more significant reduction overall? a year?
      1. Michael Leigh
        Michael Leigh
        Hi Sandra, I have sent you a PM as this comment box will only allow 400 words
        Jul 24, 2017
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    7. Believin' Steven
      Believin' Steven
      Hey Michael. I really need some advice on how to deal with T immediately. I haven't slept in a good 3 days after my tinnitus got 10 times worse over the weekend. I've tried white noise from my phone but the ringing just seems to get louder. I do have a doctors appointment tomorrow. Anything I should say specifically to get results? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
      1. Michael Leigh
        Michael Leigh
        May 10, 2017
    8. DoNotGoGentle
      DoNotGoGentle
      Hi Michael need your help kicking myself on how I got to tinnitus and hearing loss. All earphone use. How do I forgive myself?
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      2. DoNotGoGentle
        DoNotGoGentle
        How did you move forward? Not worry about the future or past?
        Apr 9, 2017
      3. Michael Leigh
      4. DoNotGoGentle
        DoNotGoGentle
        Thanks!
        Apr 9, 2017
    9. emilym62
      emilym62
      Hi Michael
      This Forum and Your page has given me hope .I am new to this ,since Christmas i have blocked eustation tubes and sadly reactive tinnitus. I am hoping it will get less over time.I am having to put headphones on everytime i watch TV or use the laptop would you say this is a good thing or not. I have the sound just below my T
      Thank you
      Emily
    10. Michael Leigh
      Michael Leigh
      Sound machine
    11. iftah
      iftah
      Hi Michael -
      sawyour post about the sound therapy - and about using it at night to reduce H - can you recommend a specific machine or device? what is the most simple way to do it? do I need to listen to it with headphones?

      thank you
    12. GGG-DG
      GGG-DG
      Hello. Thank you for all your help in this forum. I was reading some of your messages but couldn't find a way to private message you. I was reading your thread about headphones and not using them for listening to music. I was just wondering about your opinion on using headphones for talking. I'm on my cell a lot, do you think headphones are OK for taking on the cellphone? Thanks!!
      1. Michael Leigh
        Michael Leigh
        HI. Thank you for your kind words. I have sent you a message by starting a conversation as my reply is too long for this comment box so I will make this brief: If you use your cell phone a lot, I recommend you use "Hands free" and not use a headphone. Hope this helps. Michael
        Sep 14, 2016
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    Location:
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    April /1996
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