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Haven't been sleeping can't relax. I really feel like no background noise can maskit Mar 7, 2022

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    1. Reed19
      Reed19
      Haven't been sleeping can't relax. I really feel like no background noise can maskit
      1. NYCGuy likes this.
    2. Reed19
      Reed19
      Three days ago I had a very heavy heartbeat in my left ear. It subsided quickly but now I can notice it only on my left ear on the pillow.
    3. Reed19
      Reed19
      I'm wondering right now if this is normal for neck stability. I have no symptoms but my right side is muchmore flexible and uncomfortable
    4. Reed19
      Reed19
      After taking a long hot shower I noticed my T was at a similar level of when I first got it(very erratic and softer) for about 40 minutes
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      2. Lurius
        Lurius
        Yeah I have the same experience dozens of times. It doesnt always work, but often. It's usually temporary, though.
        Feb 12, 2022
    5. Reed19
      Reed19
      Last night had multiple hypnic jerks with 25 mg Seroquel could be a coincidence but probably going to go with horriblesleep until new drug..
      1. Reed19
        Reed19
        Keep feeling like it spikes whenever I fail to fall asleep is it clenching? Worse than ever right now thinking I might just try Seroquel anyway.
        Feb 11, 2022
      2. DocTors_94
        DocTors_94
        @Reed19 I had the same with abilify... Couldn't fall asleep due to the jerks...
        Feb 11, 2022
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    6. Reed19
      Reed19
      I've been noticing for a while now everytime I exercise it seems my mouth and my left ear will link up and my breathing goes to my left ear?
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      2. ZFire
        ZFire
        I’ve notice this too. It seems to happen to me when I’m working out with a mask
        Feb 8, 2022
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      3. Reed19
        Reed19
        Something called PET dysfunction or the rarer Superior canal dehiscence? Never had it when I was a teenager. I also fear dentist these last few years because they will link up too.
        Feb 11, 2022
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    7. Reed19
      Reed19
      Not sure how this makes logical sense. My guess is I have some type of hyperacusis only at high frequencies. This sucks because It was good.
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      2. kingsfan
        kingsfan
        Something called recruitment commonly comes along with tinnitus.
        Feb 6, 2022
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      3. Reed19
        Reed19
        The uncomfortableness would make sense but I don't think I've seen pain as part of it? I definitely have to avoid any type of long term listening at least.
        Feb 11, 2022
    8. Reed19
      Reed19
      So I tried to find a good tinnitus masker 10-15khz below 60db at first I feltlike my ears felt really good but I had to stop because earpain
    9. Reed19
      Reed19
      Well I didn't expect much but this ENTassistant basically didn't answer any of my questions and said yourhearing is normal or ask audiology.
      1. MartinPihl, NYCGuy and Damocles like this.
    10. Reed19
      Reed19
      Mid January noticed this awful high pitched left ear sound of unknown cause. Can't see life the same way. Normal hearing 0-8khz.
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      3. Watasha
        Watasha
        I am not a doctor and steroids have their own side effects, but if some sort of inflammation caused the ringing, this is one of your only windows for recourse. You're going to need to study up and be your own advocate here. In hindsight, I wish that I would have tried it.
        Feb 4, 2022
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      4. Reed19
        Reed19
        Trying the ENT again. My T started out as inconsistent noise and now it's been more constant. Also trying neck exercises very somatic
        Feb 11, 2022
      5. Watasha
        Watasha
        I don't think that is uncommon, my understanding it can take 6-12 months to kind of settle into a baseline. I barely heard mine when it started, I'd wake up and it would be almost gone. They stopped happening over time. It's tough but try to ride out the fluctuations in the beginning.
        Feb 11, 2022
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    Gender:
    Male
    Tinnitus Since:
    At least 4 years ago or my whole life
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Unknown, ear infection, head trauma, music, drugs, badsleep?