Raphael7713
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Raphael7713

Member, Male, from Stockholm, Sweden.

Raphael7713 was last seen:
Jan 8, 2021
    1. Al k
      Al k
      Saw your post about how it increases when you lay down and not only at night, and from everything else I read it sounds we have it pretty similar. I actually recently started taking a low dose delayed release aspirin every night before bed. From everywhere I've looked,everyone says it only makes it worse, but I've found its helped A TON during my normal waking hours, it seems very dulled in comparison to no aspirin.
    2. NRG21
      NRG21
      Hey! How long did the reactive T last for you? Rn I kinda hear a strange repeated pattern over AC, fridge etc but it came on right after I was very stressed about something else (have had normal T for months and it does not really bother me but this is quite odd).
      1. Raphael7713
        Raphael7713
        I've had it a couple of times. They usually last from a couple of days to approx 3 weeks. Sometimes they go away quicker sometimes it takes longer times. Calming down and getting rid of stress is very important. Sounds cliché but you need to get control of your anxiety/stress etc and then it will most likely go away. Good luck!
        Oct 28, 2020
    3. Zigs
      Zigs
      Hey!
      How did your reactive T settle down - did you do anything to cure it?
      Thanks you
      1. Raphael7713
        Raphael7713
        Hi!
        It settled down by itself once I calmed down. I noticed that the reactive T was always occuring when I was under stress and very anxious. When I slowly calmed down it would just disappear by itself.
        Sep 26, 2020
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    4. Vukis
      Vukis
      Hi Raphael, did yours dysacusis gone or still exist? that annoyng distant whistling sound in loud places or from fan, kettle and etc
      1. Raphael7713
        Raphael7713
        It went away by itself. Mostly when I'm experiencing things like this I've noticed it's when I'm under a lot of stress or having anxiety. Once I calm down and get some good nights of sleep it just disappears on it's own.
        Sep 26, 2020
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    5. JayKay
      JayKay
      HI Raphael7713 how i can write pm message to you?
      1. Raphael7713
        Raphael7713
        Yes of course. Sorry for late answer.
        Sep 26, 2020
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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Stockholm, Sweden.
    Tinnitus Since:
    January 14, 2017.
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Not sure