From what I understand, L-Baclofen would be best to try for tinnitus but that is not on the market (well except for research purposes). This is probably another wrong theory but I figured I would put it out there. Is it possible that benzo induced tinnitus is due to GABAa receptor problems? What if we used a drug that worked on GABAb receptors instead such as Baclofen? I know it works differently so it might not work but figured I would put it out there and see if anyone had any experience with it. Here is a video on GABA receptors: 2-Minute Neuroscience: GABAWatch this video on YouTube https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baclofen On Baclofen, but more on L-Baclofen: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3297816/ I have no doubt that Baclofen would come with its own withdrawal symptoms but what if the GABAa receptors could somehow get better while using Baclofen and withdrawing from a Benzo? I have no freaking clue about this but figured I would ask you all if you knew anything or had any experience with Baclofen for Benzo induced tinnitus only.