A little background - I'm 18 years old and I have had T in both ears for about a year and a half. I became habituated at some point 6-12 months in, but I have still been seeking a fix through experimentation. I always found it odd that I had T without experiencing any hearing loss. Tests at the doc's came out as perfect hearing. So if you have hearing loss related T, this probably will not work for you unfortunately. Instead, I feel like I can hear my T coming directly from my head, and I've seen a lot of people on this forum claiming the same. This is for people with Tinnitus that feel as though they can hear their tinnitus mostly coming from spots on their head rather than their ears. For those of you who have TMJ, I am with you. I have had a pretty big jaw imbalance that I noticed right around the time I got T for the first time. I eventually started having TMJ treatment, which only reduced the sound a little bit, if at all. The real progress I have encountered involves the realization that the plates of my skull are not aligned properly, which I assume has been caused by my TMJ and neck problems. Because of this, I started cranial therapy which has been reducing my sound further. So here's my newly discovered technique - First off, you should probably see a specialist about this who knows what he or she is doing. I currently am, but since he cannot feel my head from inside, he can't always get 100% of what I need done. I have learned a bit about what he is trying to do with his treatment by experiencing it so I have a good idea of which direction I'm supposed to be pushing my head plates back into. It's not necessarily the plates that are causing my T, but the muscles that are strained or pinched due to them being out of place. I noticed tonight, lying in my bed, that holy shit! I can tell exactly where the noise is coming from on my head. It seemed as though the sounds were coming from concentrated spots on my head that coincided with a part of my skull that was not perfectly aligned and a muscle (and a bump) that was sore. All you need to do is listen closely. Your brain is sending you a signal STRAIGHT from the area on your head that is affected to let you know that there is a problem, if done correctly, you should know exactly where the sound is coming from. Even further, I noticed when I massage these sore spots by dragging my hands on the muscle stretching it out, the sound is modulated (gets louder or softer). I continued to have an extended period of massaging and stretching these skull muscles, and attempting to push the plates of my skull into their rightful position based upon how they feel inside and how they feel when I feel with my hand for misalignments. There were some areas where one plate had slightly slid under another plate, and needed to be pushed back. I also have a bunch of sore bumps on my head that I never realized because they are only sore when pushed on. So I massaged these spots, stretched muscles, and moved plates and noticed a significant reduction in sound. So this is my technique. I was so excited to finally have some success with even understanding what was causing my T, that I decided that I would bring it here to share. I know there are probably many out there like me who have no clue that this is a potential cause for T, and that they may be able to reduce their sound. I hope this helps someone!!