Tami
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Tami

Member, Female, from Portland Or

Starting ACV 2tsp to 8oz X3 a day today. Wish me luck. Feeling Hopful and I Know it's healthy for me anyways. Sep 6, 2016

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    1. Tami
      Tami
      Starting ACV 2tsp to 8oz X3 a day today. Wish me luck. Feeling Hopful and I Know it's healthy for me anyways.
    2. Harold
      Harold
      Tami dear you will get back on track fore sure.......your pretty and smart so thats a huge plus right there.
    3. Harold
      Harold
      I live in Brooklyn NY and i would probably do bettrer with myt if i moved to oregon. There alot you will come to learn about what to do and how to get the atinnitus out of your head,,,,,try walking a few hours a day in a busy mall
    4. Harold
      Harold
      Tami it takes time and try and be relaxed with the you should get busy at night listen to a soft music radiom with using ear buds.. ,, ... also you have the advantage of great happy looks and you look like you enjoy having fun and thats a plus to living with Tinnitus ,,i have the t over 45 years at a very high level
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    5. tyty
      tyty
      We are in the same boat my friend! Let's keep on sailing forward towards a cure.
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    6. Tami
      Tami
      On a mission to seek out info, help and support on T and get my life back on track if at all possible.
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    7. tyty
      tyty
      Tami, I am curious if your T is now better since the muscle relaxant? I am very curious because I had bad T today and after reading some threads about the use of Flexural and it's generic people had great results. My onset was late March of this year following a bad sinus infection. How about yours?
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      2. Tami
        Tami
        YES! My T has got ton so much better with the muscle relaxer. I take 1/2 in the am and one at night. Be careful as they made me very sleepy in the day. Try 1/2 of one. It only cost about $4.00 a month. I also just started taking Arches. I got off the internet that my ENT recommend. I have noticed even lower ring almost to a level one now.
        Sep 13, 2014
      3. Tami
        Tami
        I'm so sorry it took me so long to get back to you. I have been very depressed and up set about this T thing and just gave up. Trying to pull myself back together now my T is lower. Still hear a low ring mostly at night but not like in the beginning of it.
        Sep 13, 2014
    8. Tami
      Tami
      I'm a retired Hair dresser/Manicurist due to bad back. Now suffer from Tinnitus and looking to chat with people that suffer from the sam
      1. tyty
        tyty
        You sound like me- it's been a very rough 5 months since my onset of t and at night I sleep with my IPhone under my pillow with the "my Noise" app which gets me to sleep thank God! I will go try muscle relaxers again for sure- also can you link me the other supplement you are taking? Thanks and let's stay in touch.
        Sep 14, 2014
      2. Tami
        Tami
        You bet! The link is tinnitusformula.com. They say use it for three months.
        I put a sounds machine on at night that plays for eight hours. It's a big help.
        Sep 14, 2014
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    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    March 11
    Location:
    Portland Or
    Occupation:
    Retired.
    Tinnitus Since:
    04/2014
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Unknown
    Retired Cosmetologist due to neck/back disease, now suffering with T on top of that. On a life mission to seek out everything I can about this condition and try to deal with it and live a happy life.
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