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If I am inside and there's no noise, nothing loud, anyway - why is this tinnitus suddenly spiking/loud as all h*ll? Nov 28, 2021 at 3:43 PM

    1. PeteJ
      PeteJ
      If I am inside and there's no noise, nothing loud, anyway - why is this tinnitus suddenly spiking/loud as all h*ll?
    2. PeteJ
      PeteJ
      How come there's no laser surgery yet to "turn off" tinnitus (connection with the brain and ears, correct?)?
      1. Steph1710 likes this.
    3. PeteJ
      PeteJ
      tinnitus ringing extra terrible rn. Anyone else ?
    4. PeteJ
      PeteJ
      About the brewing.
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    5. PeteJ
      PeteJ
      that's cool, kingsfan.
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    6. PeteJ
      PeteJ
      A spike came after a truck applied engine brakes. Please can this be temporary. Can anyone tell me if you ever got a spike from that?
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    7. PeteJ
      PeteJ
      How can I work with this? :-(
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    8. PeteJ
      PeteJ
      Does anyone here with severe tinnitus use a computer? I am broke but I miss not using a computer.
    9. SugarMagnolia
      SugarMagnolia
      Hi Pete. I hope you're getting some rest despite the monster in your ears. Is there some type of music that you can put on in the background, something that doesn't really draw your attention to it? I used to love silence but now - not so much. Nowadays I usually have music on in the background.
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      2. PeteJ
        PeteJ
        Unfortunately, music, tv etc. in the background seems to 'aggravate' my T. I have tried music for bed time and it doesn't work. It seems it all depends whether it has calmed down. The only thing that seems to distract is talking in person to people.
        Mar 13, 2019
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      3. SugarMagnolia
        SugarMagnolia
        Many people here report their hyperacusis fading with time, so there is good reason to hope for that improving.
        Mar 14, 2019
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    10. GSC
      GSC
      Hi, Pete just remember you're very early in your onset and that you already reported lows, so you have a higher chance or potential of it fading away.
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      2. GSC
        GSC
        Not completely, you never know, but to a sound that is at least tolerable and that is a NEAR certainty as long as you protect your ears and try not to focus.
        Mar 4, 2019
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      3. GSC
        GSC
        It's always so hard the first month, for me, the first two weeks I didn't get any sleep at all.
        Mar 4, 2019
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      4. GSC
        GSC
        I was lucky to even get 10. But you ALREADY have lows and that's a good thing. Look forward to the fading, okay?
        Mar 4, 2019
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    11. PeteJ
      PeteJ
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    Gender:
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    Tinnitus Since:
    02/2019
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    acoustic trauma?
    I'm really depressed now.