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snizzleberry

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Some days I feel good and some days I feel bad. Been having some bad days lately. I’m sorry if I ever offended anyone for being severe. Jun 13, 2024 at 5:10 AM

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    1. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      Some days I feel good and some days I feel bad. Been having some bad days lately. I’m sorry if I ever offended anyone for being severe.
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      2. weehiru
        weehiru
        Never apologise for expressing your emotions authentically with this - That's what communities like this one is for :)
        Jun 13, 2024 at 8:12 AM
    2. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      I think I pushed it too much today. My head hurts. Hoping for a good sleep tonight. Goodnight everyone.
      1. Utdmad89
        Utdmad89
        I'd be careful. Mu pain started with daily headaches, now jas morphed into ear pain from not very loud sounds.
        Jun 11, 2024 at 7:47 PM
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      2. snizzleberry
        snizzleberry
        @Utdmad89 yeah I’m better today. Got some sleep last night. Been having these headaches on and off from my neck injury nerve damage. I’m being careful now though for sure. Thank you. Hope you feel better.
        Jun 11, 2024 at 8:42 PM
    3. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      God dammit. The H is damn near gone and TTTS so much better. But this lingering T is here. Should I be grateful I'm getting better?
      1. MindOverMatter
        MindOverMatter
        I think the answer says itself @snizzleberry Your should be extremely grateful. But you should NOT return to everything you did before. It can backfire any time.
        Jun 10, 2024 at 8:51 PM
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      2. crescentsky
        crescentsky
        seems like a good sign. maybe with time, T will also fade.
        Jun 11, 2024 at 1:58 AM
    4. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      Damn last night I couldn’t sleep smh. Only got like 4-5 hours lol. I realize I can’t use my tower fan yet. It reacts or spikes my T
    5. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      H has faded a lot for me. I don’t wear earplugs. Blessed for that. This mild Morse code high pitch t is just bugging me.
    6. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      Oh no. I’m coming down with something. My throat hurts like the worst ever. I haven’t been sick in years. I couldn’t sleep good.
      1. BellaMia
        BellaMia
        Take vitamin c and zinc! I work in a hospital and it's my go to. Feel better.
        Jun 9, 2024 at 9:05 PM
    7. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      Can you guys still enjoy music?
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      3. cjbhab
        cjbhab
        thankfully yes still. quietly though not at 80dB like i used to. it is my favourite thing in the world. if it goes away, i don’t know what i will do.
        Jun 8, 2024 at 4:15 PM
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      4. kingsfan
        kingsfan
        I can listen to hip hop. Distorted guitars and a lot of cymbal crashes is too harsh now, but I can tolerate some rock/alternative. I absolutely cannot listen to hardcore or metal anymore. My tinnitus goes haywire. Can't listen to a lot of punk either. Of course none of it sounds as crisp and clear as it used to. It's like listening to a distant radio station that isn't quite coming in clearly.
        Jun 8, 2024 at 5:54 PM
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      5. weehiru
        weehiru
        Yes. I've just moved listening to it strictly to speakers. Although I'm not listening to as much of the same metal as I used to, I find it kind of too harsh on my ears at times which is a bummer :( You just gotta be careful with it. I keep it around the 45-70dB mark
        Jun 9, 2024 at 12:22 AM
    8. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      Can someone recommend me the best muffs or noise cancellation ear phones for the gym please? Thanks.
      1. kingsfan
        kingsfan
        I don't know the exact models off the top of my head, but the best NC headphones would be:

        - Airpods Max
        - Bose (QC 45 and above)
        - Sony (top model)

        For earmuffs, just find a compromise between highest NRR and features that meet your needs:

        - Over-head, or behind-head design
        - Size of earcups (some can be really bulky)
        - Material and weight (plastic is probably lighter than metal)
        Jun 8, 2024 at 6:14 PM
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    9. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      I’m 4.5 months into all this. I get glimpses of feeling like myself again. I’m holding strong. Some good days then some bad days.
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      2. RunningMan
        RunningMan
        Same here going on over 2 years with severe T. Some days I feel pretty normal despite the annoying T, other days I feel somewhat debilitated with high anxiety. But I would have said that the last two summers as well.
        Jun 6, 2024
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      3. snizzleberry
        snizzleberry
        Yeah the anxiety sucks. I already had an anxiety panic disorder before all this happened. The breathing exercises really help me out. @RunningMan
        Jun 6, 2024
    10. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      Was able to listen to 5 hours of music today on my good speakers. That is a good sign. I'm keeping up with my neck stretches and massages.
      1. RunningMan
        RunningMan
        Be sure to keep the volume down and protect your ears. Too much exposure will worsen you. As Fubaru says, tinnitus has no limit.
        Jun 6, 2024
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    11. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      I feel sad today and anxiety. I should stop reading too much on here and on Reddit. I gotta take a break sometimes. Hope everybody good.
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      2. weehiru
        weehiru
        No harm in doing what's best for you to cope. Take care of yourself!
        Jun 5, 2024
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    12. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      I can only really hear it when I plug my ears or when I’m going to sleep. When I’m out and about or driving. I don’t hear it.
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      2. MindOverMatter
        MindOverMatter
        To my own personal experience, if you have those kind of fluctuations, and good days in between, that is a good sign. Progress is nothing but linear with this. Trail and error. Balance in life is important. Protect, but don't over protect, and lower your stress. Get out in nature, and do more of things you like. You have to adapt though, and maybe find a couple of new hobbies.
        Jun 5, 2024
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      3. snizzleberry
        snizzleberry
        Thank you @MindOverMatter I'm still trying to get a grasp on all of this. I used to be so care free and relaxed. I can't believe a neck injury could have done all of this. You've had this all for a long time, wow. You still enjoy doing stuff?
        Jun 5, 2024
      4. MindOverMatter
        MindOverMatter
        I've come a long way with accepting and adapting, and more and more days where I feel habituated (again). But its important to find a good balance in life with this, as mentioned. I enjoy life, and I would say even more so, gratitude wise, when I have a good day. Every day can't be good. Its the circle of life @snizzleberry
        Jun 6, 2024
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    13. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      When do you guys hear your T? I’m 4.5 months into this. It doesn’t seem to be constant. It’s like a mild Morse code in my right ear.
    14. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      Good morning guys. My parents and niece left to go back to Louisiana. They were here for two months. All alone again. quiet time
      1. JeffToob
        JeffToob
        Hey that's good since you need to rest your ears and your mind sometimes. Look up threads here on weed. I can't touch it now or anything else.
        Jun 5, 2024
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      2. snizzleberry
        snizzleberry
        Yeah but I’m close with my parents. I’m going to miss them for sure. I only see them like 1-2 a year. @JeffToob
        Jun 5, 2024
    15. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      Weed spikes my condition. I just want to enjoy weed again. It doesn't always do it though. I had an SBUTT tonight too smh.
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      2. weehiru
        weehiru
        It spikes me all the time but I haven't let that stop me. I've just been able to put it in the background when I'm distracted. I had a month break cuz the spikes were unbearable and panic inducing at first but I'm back to like maybe 80% of my old stoner activities now. I hope you'll be able to again soon too!
        Jun 5, 2024
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      3. snizzleberry
        snizzleberry
        Yeah I might just keep on taking bong rips lol. I love weed too much but then spikes are no joke @weehiru
        Jun 5, 2024
    16. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      This neck injury is no joke. I can feel my head burning from the nerve pain. It sucksssssss.
      1. Juliane
        Juliane
        How did you get the injury if I may ask?
        Jun 8, 2024 at 11:38 AM
    17. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      This has to be the most difficult thing I’ve ever been through in my life.
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      2. snizzleberry
        snizzleberry
        How long have you been going through all of this and how did it all happen? @RunningMan
        Jun 5, 2024
      3. RunningMan
        RunningMan
        Over 20 years. You can see the some breakdown of my timeline in the information tab of my profile page.
        Jun 5, 2024
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      4. snizzleberry
        snizzleberry
        I’m sorry @crescentsky i hope you feel better. The AC in my house bugs me too smh and bothers my ears.
        Jun 5, 2024
    18. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      Just when I think things are getting better. I get setback. This condition just sucks. Ttts sucks. I hope I can dj again one day.
      1. Juliane
        Juliane
        I am not a fortune teller of course, but if you are among the people who have a tendendy to develop T, I would strongly advise against going to loud events in the future. It simply is not worth it.
        Jun 8, 2024 at 11:39 AM
    19. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      I slammed the weight at the gym today near my left ear. Not good.
    20. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      Slept good last night. Still having reaction to fans and AC but not as much as usual. I can still feel my ttts. Neck pain is okay today.
    21. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      It’s Sunday fun day. What is everybody up to today? It’s raining here. Going to just clean and kick it. Smoke a little weed.
    22. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      Nice Saturday outside. Woke up with my mild reactive T to my AC outside my room. Still slept pretty good though. H is very mild.
    23. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      Just had some ice cream at this outdoor mall. It’s lively tonight. Now smoking some weed and chill for the night. Listen to some music.
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      2. 4Grace
        4Grace
        Sounds so nice!!
        Jun 3, 2024
    24. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      TGIF I’m feeling amazing today. Looks like I have occipital neuralgia from my neck injury. Been doing neck exercises. T and H fading away
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      2. 4Grace
        4Grace
        Wow!! What a dream
        Jun 3, 2024
    25. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      Be strong for yourself. Be strong for your family. I know this can be a tough, dark, challenging road. But we are here for each other.
    26. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      Doing really good today. Hit the gym and did legs. I finished working on projects. Can’t hear T and H is minimal. Four months in.
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    27. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      Got another night of good rest. This bedtime cocktail is working nice. Ear fullness is finally going away. Let’s keep it going.
    28. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      Got some good sleep last night. Morse code T is back on my right ear but left ear is pretty quiet. Got my dental cleaning next week.
    29. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      I was able to sleep with my ear on the pillow last night. Woke up and I don’t hear no T again, wow. Can I really be getting better?
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      3. snizzleberry
        snizzleberry
        I pray and work on myself everyday @Juliane i hope you get better again too. Sometimes it can take longer than others but never lose hope. As bad as it may seem now. Tomorrow is a new day.
        May 28, 2024
      4. JeffToob
        JeffToob
        Just keep being mindful of your ears and protect when needed. People have T and it stops. It's totally possible.
        May 29, 2024
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      5. 4Grace
        4Grace
        Ah man. A second chance at life. Don’t chance anything major with your ears.
        Jun 3, 2024
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    30. snizzleberry
      snizzleberry
      I did some good neck stretches, massaged my tension areas. My T was quiet today and H didn't really bother me as well. Weed felt good too.
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    Gender:
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    Tinnitus Since:
    2024
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Neck/head injury