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stepe1519

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Viewing thread Repeated Modified Nerve Blocks and Auditory and Non-Auditory Nerve Stimulation, Aug 15, 2022 at 6:15 PM
    1. dennis_me
      dennis_me
      Hi, wollte mal fragen wie es dir geht :) Du scheinst auch Tinnitus in ziemlich jungen Jahren bekommen zu haben. Wie ist der Alltag jetzt für dich ?
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      2. stepe1519
        stepe1519
        Ich habe meinen mentalen Zustand ziemlich verbessert indem ich Sachen gemacht habe, die mich wirklich Glücklich gemacht haben, die ich in dem Moment gebraucht habe. Sich selbst oft was gönnen nimmt den Druck und die Angst. Studium ist nicht alles im Leben, und
        Jun 23, 2022
      3. stepe1519
        stepe1519
        wenn du dir das bewusst machst, wirds vllt bissl einfacher. Aber pauschal kann dir keiner sagen, was dein richtiger Weg ist, das musst du auf jeden Fall selbst ausprobieren.
        Jun 23, 2022
      4. stepe1519
        stepe1519
        Ahja und ich höre eigentlich 24/7 Podcast/Musik. Ganz viel LoFI, LofiHouse undsowas. Ich bin nichtso der whitenoise Fan, aber habe ich am Anfang auch oft ausprobiert. Es gibt für alle T Frequenzen spezielle Whitenoise auf youtube.
        Jun 23, 2022
    2. Lorenzo
      Lorenzo
      Hey @stepe1519 hope you are feeling better! Just some quick questions: Do you have hearing loss? Do you have bilateral ou unilateral tinnitus? Have you tried any medication like Prednisolone?
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      2. stepe1519
        stepe1519
        Did prednisone pills for 2 or 3 days right after the incident.
        Not on normal audiogram. Tinnitus is both ears, but left significantly more than right. I can hear frequencies > 12kHz way less with my left ear, compared to my right ear, so yes I do have high frequency hearing loss.
        Jun 5, 2022
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    3. Ylva
      Ylva
      Hey! I wonder how you're doing? I found your message on my profile a bit late, because I did not come back to the forum for a long time. Just let me know how things are (:
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      2. stepe1519
        stepe1519
        Hey Ylva,
        I'm doing pretty good again! It's been a few months since my massive onset, and it took hard work to adjust, but I'm still working on it and living pretty normal live atm. My reaction to my Ts improved and I found ways to not think about it in most situations.
        Feb 24, 2022
      3. stepe1519
        stepe1519
        I'm not even sure how I got mine, I did snorted Ritalin and got drunk at a party (with earplugs), but I guess in the end it was just stress. I thought MMC (whatever you took) is different from what I used.
        Feb 24, 2022
      4. stepe1519
        stepe1519
        Mine only got worse for a day, when I went to parties, but always returned to my new baseline.... Mine is somatic, too so I'm hoping for Dr. Shores device to help, maybe we're lucky :)
        However, I'm sure it will get easier with time. Are you getting better again?
        Feb 24, 2022
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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    DE\Stuttgart
    Occupation:
    student
    Tinnitus Since:
    2013
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Acoustic Trauma as child, then increase from clubbing