Comments on Profile Post by Stacken77

  1. Stacken77
    Stacken77
    "Oh, let's take a tour of the datacenter" oh, it sure was loud, even with double protection. But you know what? The T has been the mildest it's been in months following that, despite spiking to everything. This has happened before; very mild days following more abnormal or "intense" noise exposure. I don't advise anyone to expose themselves this way, but what is this??
    Sep 21, 2021
  2. danielthor
    danielthor
    I’ve noticed delayed spikes. I’ll be exposing myself one day, and then waking up next day wondering how the hell my T hasn’t spiked and then after a few days of moderate-level T it will all of a sudden start reacting to minor things again and become severe. Not saying this is the case here, but be on the look-out for it
    Sep 21, 2021
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  3. PortugalTheMan
    PortugalTheMan
    @Stacken77 How could you hear people with double protection?
    Sep 21, 2021
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  4. Stacken77
    Stacken77
    @PortugalTheMan Because the datacenter was so loud that they had to talk a lot louder.
    Sep 21, 2021
  5. Stacken77
    Stacken77
    @danielthor A few days has passed, so luckily it doesn't seem like it. It's weird because I've kinda experienced improvements 3 times now due to periods of incremental sound exposure. I rarely get spikes that lasts several days anymore, like I used to, and my T doesn't get severe at 9 pm. I think T&H can be really weird, each case being different. I think I'm onto something, but the road ahead is long.
    Sep 21, 2021
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  6. ZFire
    ZFire
    Yeah my tinnitus is unpredictable as well. When I get hit with some moderately loud sounds, I think crap its gonna spike soon, but then It doesn’t happen. Before I would spike, but it’s happening a little bit less. I’m thinking time is the what makes it get better, but we could mistake it for something else
    Sep 21, 2021
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