Ear Roaring Noise Started Feb. 17th, Morphs Everyday, In and Out!

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    1. robinbird
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      robinbird Member Benefactor

      Location:
      New Hampshire
      Tinnitus Since:
      02/2015
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Diagnosed with high pitch hearing loss, both ears, right is worse
      Hello Everyone, My name is Nancy and I woke up Feb 17 '15 at 3 am with a very loud roaring sound in my right ear. Took some of my already prescribed Lorazepan and fell back to sleep. The next three days were pure hell, especially since my husband was away in another state on business. I assumed this disruption in my ear must be a virus or something. I consider myself to be a strong woman. Been through much in my life, positive and some negatives. But this ear thing you call "T" is right up there with the worst of the worst. It has brought me to the brink of madness, crying, pacing the floor at night and bewildered as to what the hell is going on. I decided to take Ibuprofen during the day, as I am allergic to aspirin. At night, I take the Lorazepan to sleep. Sometimes I try to listen to nice music to distract the noise. I found that the rain sounds and crunching of leaves helped me when I first came down with this. I also stopped drinking my 3 to 4 cups of coffee a day and switched to herbal teas. I also felt comfort from putting a heating pad on my ear when the sound was terrible. I have since been to my family Dr and he sent me to the ear Dr. She said I have more hearing loss in my right ear, mostly high pitches and some loss in the left. They want to send me to an ENT specialist to probably have an MRI because my "T" came on so strong and from no where. She said they want to make sure nothing medical is going on that only an MRI could show. She said that I will probably need hearing aids. Since the initial February 17 disruption the sound has changed to so many different tones. I have gone from a roaring boom, to high pitch, soft weeping willow feelings, a few seconds of silence, back to low pitch, back to high, sometimes the right ear switches and briefly goes softly into the left ear. But today it seems always that when I wake up the pitch if high but soft. As soon as I get up to walk around, the volume increases. Sometimes, I just feel pressure in both ears, not so much noise. Also in the beginning of this episode, I noticed when I was sitting on the couch a "pop" sound in my right ear and the noise stopped. I thought that this was gone. Wrong. It came back in about half an hour. So as of today, I wait patiently for the next medical move and what all the experts are going to say. I may have fluid in the inner ear. It does hurt sometimes. I am glad I found this site as I had no idea what Tinnitus was before Feb 17 or how many souls out there are suffering with this. I also realized that most people have no clue to the extent or severity of this disease. I do believe that there is still much hope for a cure. I recently read that 130 million people in China are T and it was written that this has been a disease that has been overlooked for way too long.
       
    2. Stink

      Stink Member

      Location:
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      09/2000
      it is hard but we must try and survive... hearing aids help some people
       
    3. robinbird
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      robinbird Member Benefactor

      Location:
      New Hampshire
      Tinnitus Since:
      02/2015
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Diagnosed with high pitch hearing loss, both ears, right is worse
      Thanks for the reply. I hope hearing aids will help otherwise I will seek some help for this. Every other day I just scream.
       
    4. Karen
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      Karen Manager Staff Benefactor Hall of Fame Ambassador

      Location:
      U.S.
      Tinnitus Since:
      05/2010
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      First time: Noise 2nd Time: Ototoxic drug
      Hi, Robinbird,

      Welcome to Tinnitus Talk! So sorry you've recently acquired this affliction that we all share. You are doing all the right things -- taking something to help you sleep at night, using background sounds to mask the noise, cutting back on the coffee, going to the ENT to be checked out, etc. It is possible that you have fluid in your ears, but it could just be that hearing loss is the cause of your tinnitus.

      They symptoms you've described are not unusual for tinnitus when it first starts. I had that feeling of fullness in the ears, too, for quite awhile. Mine is gone now, even though the tinnitus remains. It isn't unusual to hear several different sounds, and for your tinnitus to be very up-and-down, especially right at first.

      I think it would be good for you to go to an audiologist to see if hearing aids might be beneficial to you. You can get them with a 30-day free trial, so that if they don't seem to be working for you, you can take them back.

      As for the MRI, it might be helpful to have the test, to give you peace of mind that nothing serious is wrong. For most of us, however, it doesn't show anything unusual. Did the doctor order it for you, or merely suggest it?

      Please know that tinnitus is at its worst in the very beginning. As your body and brain adjust to this condition, things improve and it is much easier to live with. What works best for me is distraction. When you're at home alone and your tinnitus is raging, you might try doing something to distract yourself, such as going for a walk, to get your mind off the noise. I've had T for many years, and severe T with pulsatile tinnitus for almost five years now. For me, things have improved a lot, so that I can mostly forget about it during the day. I can sleep these days, too.

      We're glad you've joined us, and please keep us posted on how you're doing!
       
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    5. robinbird
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      robinbird Member Benefactor

      Location:
      New Hampshire
      Tinnitus Since:
      02/2015
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Diagnosed with high pitch hearing loss, both ears, right is worse
      Thank you Karen. I appreciate all of your information. As I write this, the noise has taken on a totally different sound. One of a crackling. I walked across the room and the tone fell to a low sound and it was a relief. Then silence. Now back to crackling. My healthcare is an HMO, so I have to go through various channels before I get results.My audiologist said she thought that the hearing aids would take away the high pitch noise because right now my brain is trying to compensate for the pitch because of the hearing loss. She felt that the aids would help. I cannot get the aids until I see the ENT and she suggested they would probably set up the MRI. The real kicker is this time last year I came down with eye floaters. I was devastated. I am an artist! I got over that and now this. Good Grief!
       
    6. Karen
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      Karen Manager Staff Benefactor Hall of Fame Ambassador

      Location:
      U.S.
      Tinnitus Since:
      05/2010
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      First time: Noise 2nd Time: Ototoxic drug
      I'm glad you got over the eye floaters. Thank goodness for that!

      It sounds like it would be a good idea to see the ENT specialist, so you can be sure whether or not you have fluid in your ears. And if he does order an MRI, maybe that's a good thing.

      I remember that my ear (mine is only in my right ear) crackled when my tinnitus first got worse. I don't know why, either, because there was no excess fluid in my ears. That finally went away, and now I just have ringing and pulsating. I believe that yours will settle down, too, but it may take some time for that to happen.

      I hope you're able to jump through whatever HMO hoops you need to, to see the ENT specialist. In the meantime, try to remain as calm as you can (easier said than done!), and find ways to distract yourself. Use background sounds in your home, so that you are less aware of the noise, and try to get as much sleep as you can. Hopefully, things will settle down soon.

      Hugs,
      Karen
       
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    7. gary
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      gary Member Benefactor

      Location:
      Macomb, MI. USA
      Tinnitus Since:
      07/2012
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Who Knows
      Hi robinbird, Karen, as usual pretty much summed it up in her very informative replies to you. I just wanted to say we all have gone through this with the on-set of T, fullness in ear for me lasted for about three months, this of course can vary from person to person.

      I have a hearing-aid with a built in masker that generates white noise or pink noise, to cover up the T. The pink noise is almost the same as the white noise, just a little softer. There are many maskers, I got mine right from my ENT, his audiologist set it up according to how bad my T was and how much hearing loss there was. You can inquire about these devices when you see you're ENT. Usually there is a 30 day trial period, if you don't like it you get your money back. They are around $1000.

      Yes, I know there are better things to spend $1000 on. I don't use the masking part of mine very much anymore, but I do use the hearing aid portion of it, it does help with hearing whether T is high or not.

      The very best of luck to you, and glad you found TT.

      Remember, You Are Not Alone In This....
       
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    8. Sailboardman
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      Sailboardman Member Benefactor

      Location:
      Florida
      Tinnitus Since:
      04/21/2014
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Sensorineural hearing loss right ear.
      Robinbird,

      Welcome! you are probably in the intial stages of hearing loss and T.
      Ask your ENT about a tapered course of Prednisone. Usually 8 days. It can sometimes, help reverse any initial damage to the cochlear. It needs to be taken within the first 2-4 weeks from the onset of hearing loss and T, to be effective! Don't delay!

      God bless,

      Sailboarbman
       
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    9. robinbird
      Fine

      robinbird Member Benefactor

      Location:
      New Hampshire
      Tinnitus Since:
      02/2015
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Diagnosed with high pitch hearing loss, both ears, right is worse
      Thank you all from the bottom of my heart. I am getting ready to take my lorazepan. Had enough of this torture for one day. I cannot tell you what a comfort it is to have you respond to my post. It certainly helps. Xo
       
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    10. Karen
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      Karen Manager Staff Benefactor Hall of Fame Ambassador

      Location:
      U.S.
      Tinnitus Since:
      05/2010
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      First time: Noise 2nd Time: Ototoxic drug
      Hi, Nancy,

      I hope you're doing better today.

      Best wishes,
      Karen
       
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    11. robinbird
      Fine

      robinbird Member Benefactor

      Location:
      New Hampshire
      Tinnitus Since:
      02/2015
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Diagnosed with high pitch hearing loss, both ears, right is worse
      Thank you Karen for asking!❤️ Woke up with hardly any sound. I am trying to start to be careful of what I am eating and drinking. Yesterday I had a regular cup of tea and some chocolate cookies and my noise level went up sky high. I would not let my husband leave the house because I was going to have a panic attack. So today I decided not to test fate and stick to foods that may help out this tinnitus. Trying to drinking water also. Spoke to my daughter who lives in another state. That helped. She is into juicing and eating organic and health foods. She is going to send me some information. Right now the noise is low but I have not done anything yet. The moment I get up and go about my business,the noise always increases. I am getting paranoid of doing dishes for Pete sake. I am a traditional and digital artist so I have decided to design a chart to track the foods I eat and drink each day and see if there is any relation to this T spiking. The noise is similar to those insects you hear on a hot summer night that make that monotonous buzz. So that is where I am at today so far. Hopefully the noise will not increase. ❤️
       
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    12. Karen
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      Karen Manager Staff Benefactor Hall of Fame Ambassador

      Location:
      U.S.
      Tinnitus Since:
      05/2010
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      First time: Noise 2nd Time: Ototoxic drug
      That's good news so far, Nancy! I'm glad your day has started off well.

      My tinnitus is always at its lowest level in the morning, then increases gradually through the day. It's usually at its worst between 4:00 and 6:00 P.M., for reasons I've never understood. Then, it seems to calm down somewhat by bedtime, which is a good thing.

      You're right to consider the foods you're eating as being a possible trigger for tinnitus. For many people, caffeine (including the caffeine found in chocolate) may set off a spike, as well as salt, alcohol, etc. Keeping a log is a good idea, to determine which foods, if any, set it off.

      I'm one of those people for whom it doesn't seem to matter too much, but I'm still watching my intake of salt and caffeine, to minimize any bad spikes. I have two daughters, and one is a vegan, and other is a vegetarian. They've helped me keep my diet under control, too.

      Take care, and I hope your day continues to go well!

      Best wishes,
      Karen
       
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    13. robinbird
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      robinbird Member Benefactor

      Location:
      New Hampshire
      Tinnitus Since:
      02/2015
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Diagnosed with high pitch hearing loss, both ears, right is worse
      Hi Karen, I managed to do dishes and it is almost at the time when my ear is bad. Right now the T is hardly there. I am not sure what is happening. I can't help but feel that blood pressure has something to do with it. I have been feeling a lot of pounding going on in my head since this started a month ago. I was thinking today that maybe this is Gods way of getting my attention to stop and take a look at my life in regards to diet etc. maybe this attack of tinnitus has stopped me from getting a stroke or something. I am grateful you are looking at my post and writing. It is so helpful on so many levels. ❤️
       
    14. Karen
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      Karen Manager Staff Benefactor Hall of Fame Ambassador

      Location:
      U.S.
      Tinnitus Since:
      05/2010
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      First time: Noise 2nd Time: Ototoxic drug
      Thanks, Nancy! I'm glad if I can be of help and support to you.

      Did I tell you that mine is most likely blood pressure-related, too? I have both high-pitched, hissing tinnitus and pulsatile tinnitus (in sync with heartbeat). I had mild tinnitus before, but it was when I took a blood pressure drug for the first time that my tinnitus became severe. That was when my hissing started, as well as my pulsatile tinnitus. If you are feeling a pounding sensation, yours could be blood pressure-related, too.

      I got myself off the blood pressure drugs almost five years ago (when all this started), and now I control my BP with exercise and natural supplements. I've been taking beet root extract, and now I'm taking a supplement called Carditone.

      Yes, I think diet and exercise can really help. It was kind of a wake=up call for me, too!
       
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    15. robinbird
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      robinbird Member Benefactor

      Location:
      New Hampshire
      Tinnitus Since:
      02/2015
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Diagnosed with high pitch hearing loss, both ears, right is worse
      Hi Karen, right now I feel like the hellish experience I have been through has changed into some other level. On a scale from 1 to 10 I would give it a 1.5. I also went to the cinema prior to this happening. I was putting my fingers in my ears while watching "Unbroken" I hate those kinds of movies but my 88 year old father in law wanted company. Ugh! Whatever happens I know I should get hearing aids. I pray this be the end of this chapter but one never knows. I am so looking forward to getting outside in my garden. It has been a long winter here in New Hampshire.
       
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    16. Aziz Khan

      Aziz Khan Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      November 2015
      please give me some technique as I face similar problems and I'm struggling with it ... cross your figures all for a cure
       
    17. Sailboardman
      Frustrated

      Sailboardman Member Benefactor

      Location:
      Florida
      Tinnitus Since:
      04/21/2014
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Sensorineural hearing loss right ear.
      Hi karen and Robinbird,

      I have hypertension and years ago, before taking 10mg of Lisinipril to control it, I could hear my heart pulsing, in my now bad ear, when I slept at night. No T then but maybe a warning sign of things to come? Although, after taking Lisinipril, the thumping eventually stopped. I've been on it 15 years now! My left ear is still fine though, with no hearing loss and no T.

      However, knowing this stuff is ototoxic, I have cut my dose of Lisinipril in half and will try and ween myself off it slowly.

      I use a Chinese herbal med called, seven flower (or sevent flower) extract. it's a natural blood pressure reducer. I get it online from "Nursenaturals.com"

      God bless,

      Sailboardman
       
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    18. Karen
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      Karen Manager Staff Benefactor Hall of Fame Ambassador

      Location:
      U.S.
      Tinnitus Since:
      05/2010
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      First time: Noise 2nd Time: Ototoxic drug
      Hi, Sailboardman and Nancy,

      That is very interesting about the pounding and blood pressure. I'm 99% sure it's all related, and that's why I haven't had any additional tests for pulsatile tinnitus since my MRI/MRA and CT scan. I keep hoping that if I can keep my blood pressure low, my pulsating will eventually go away. It has definitely gotten less intense in this past year.

      Sailboardman, I think you're wise to cut back on the dosage of Lisinopril, because it is definitely ototoxic. I'm glad you're also taking a natural remedy that is working for you, so it should be fairly easy for you to reduce the dosage.

      Nancy, I'm so glad to hear that your tinnitus has calmed down. That is great news, and maybe things are permanently improving for you. However, I agree that it's still a good idea to look into hearing aids. Take care, and I hope things continue to improve for you!!
       
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    19. Karen
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      Karen Manager Staff Benefactor Hall of Fame Ambassador

      Location:
      U.S.
      Tinnitus Since:
      05/2010
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      First time: Noise 2nd Time: Ototoxic drug
      @Aziz Khan,

      Can you tell us a little bit about what kinds of problems you're having? Do you have hearing loss as well as tinnitus? How long have you had it?
       
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    20. Sailboardman
      Frustrated

      Sailboardman Member Benefactor

      Location:
      Florida
      Tinnitus Since:
      04/21/2014
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Sensorineural hearing loss right ear.
      Hey Karen,

      Give the seven(t) flower extract a try.

      Also, use tons of fresh garlic in your food. I only cook with all organic veggies, garlic, olive oil, coconut oil, whole grain pasta, brown rice, make my own pizza, with home grown herbs from my garden, (easy living in Florida) and any fresh produce, is from my local organic farm stand. I love good fresh food. Nothing fried or processed. Zero, fast food garbage!

      I have a French friend in NYC, who is a "Master Chef" and he has taught me how to cook, over the years. I just use less sea or Kosher salt the he does! Unfortunately, he's cost me tons of dough (no pun intended) in high end stainless steel cookware!

      My only vice is, good red wine! it helps me relax and forget about T for a few hours a night. Also, a good french brandy, has a calming effect too!

      If I'm gonna live with this beast, it better like my lifestyle! };-)

      God bless,

      Sailboardman
       
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    21. Aziz Khan

      Aziz Khan Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      November 2015
      Hi Karen,

      my hearing is fine but I have an electrical sound seems in my head, I have a beeping sound in my right ears and left with different tones I have. I sensitive to noise. I hear sometimes a machine sound when it's very quiet. and when I yawn the sound seems to be very amplified. I first had it end of November, and it gradually developed. your guidance is much appreciated.
       
    22. Karen
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      Karen Manager Staff Benefactor Hall of Fame Ambassador

      Location:
      U.S.
      Tinnitus Since:
      05/2010
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      First time: Noise 2nd Time: Ototoxic drug
      Aziz,

      It sounds like you have tinnitus and maybe hyperacusis, too. In the first few months, tinnitus is very unpredictable and may seem to be very loud. As time goes on, you will become more accustomed to the sound. Have you been to a doctor as yet, or had your hearing tested?
       
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    23. robinbird
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      robinbird Member Benefactor

      Location:
      New Hampshire
      Tinnitus Since:
      02/2015
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Diagnosed with high pitch hearing loss, both ears, right is worse
      Good morning everyone! I finally figured out how to use icons. They looked dulled out so I sayed away from them. After reading each post, I do believe blood pressure is related.Someone on another post wrote they sent away for some bottle of supements and posted all ingredients. They stated that there are no harmful ingredients. Supposed to be put together by an Ear Dr. I am waiting on getting it in the mail from Amazon. Woke up with a fairly loud buzz in right ear today. Got up to do a few things. Always feels like this pressure is going on in my head. Right now, the pressure part has calmed down a lot and I just have a soft, breezy noise going on in my R ear. I have been a huge coffee drinker for 30 plus years 3 to 4 cups a day and I have stopped cold turkey. Been trying to eat and drink good food. sometimes there is no noise just a pressure sound in head. I am still waiting on seeing the ENT people. Karen I do have hearing loss in my right ear worse Than the left. My right ear gives me the most trouble. Most of my life I have been taken motrin because I am allergic to aspirin. God we are all guniea pigs to the pharmaceuticals. I was going to try and sleep last night without lorazepan but my ear was not allowing that! Sailbman, I love red wine but also read it can trigger T. So I have stayed away from it. Well. As I start the day. Whether there is no sound or not going on externally, tne T just always progresses to something unpleasant by the evening. So what the hell is it? Something is off balance. Did not have this before Feb 17. Well. I intend to call my PCP today to see where we are at with the ENT. I cannot believe it is snowing again in NH. Good Grief! the other thing is all I read about is to exercise and the more I exert myself tne more noise comes from the ears. The real kicker is that I have been studying spirituality for about three to four years. Most interesting. Had some very interesting things happen along the way. I just started to meditate and take is seriously and bang this ear thing happened. Maybe I should have not tried opening up my third eye or pineal gland. Who knows!! It is a mystery. Thank goodness for this site. I feel like I have some friends to talk to now. Well, off on another day. Maybe I can even get some drawing in! Weren't the poles suppose to shift?? Maybe THATS what is going on.
       
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    24. gary
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      gary Member Benefactor

      Location:
      Macomb, MI. USA
      Tinnitus Since:
      07/2012
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Who Knows
      Robinbird, thought I would tell you I tried to cut out everything I could think of, but to no avail. I went back to drinking coffee, using sodium, doing pretty much what I did before T and it still is the same as it was when I quit all those things. I am not saying you should do the same, just showing how T affects everyone differently.

      My comes in cycles, 7-10 day of it being very loud 10+ then 6-7 days of it being very low 3-5
      It's been that way since I got it, no matter what I tried.

      I remember I tried some supplement and lo and behold T was very low, after 5 or 6 days there it was back again. I thought it was the supplement I took. Turns out I was going into my low cycle.

      Again I am not saying this is the same for you, just letting you know my experience. Some here do not think keeping a log of how bad you're T is, is a good idea. For me though it showed me the cycling T pattern right there in black and white.

      Maybe some of the things you have stopped will help you. I sure hope so, for now you may want to keep a T log to be able to see if there is any difference, just a thought.....
       
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    25. robinbird
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      robinbird Member Benefactor

      Location:
      New Hampshire
      Tinnitus Since:
      02/2015
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Diagnosed with high pitch hearing loss, both ears, right is worse
      Hi Gary, Thanks for the response! I have always kept a log on any of my health issues. Mostly, I want to be able to go back and see the history of what has happened. It also helps me to take out my emotions in writing. I am also keeping track of what I ate. I agree, the more I educate myself on this the more I believe it is a personal journey for each individual as to how their T behaves. Today I enjoyed my morning cooking, listening to music, exercising a little and when I sat down the noise was very soft almost pleasurable. LOL. OMG... But there still seems to be that pressure thing going on in my head that I don't believe I have ever had before. It is not scary. Just different. I just read an article on Ototoxic Drugs.
      http://ata.org/sites/ata.org/files/pdf/Drugs_and_Tinnitus_Neil_Bauman_PhD_April_2009.pdf
      I never realized that there were something like 447 drugs out there that can cause T. No warning on the label. REALLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That needs to be addressed to Congress or something. Before Feb 17 I never thought of Tinnitus. Most people that I have been involved with as I have suffered, HAVE NO CLUE HOW DEVASTATING IT IS. People are so worried about getting heart attacks, diabetes, cancer etc. No one thinks about this thing T that could cause some folks to want to throw in the towel. I had thoughts of it when I was in my agony. I am not in agony at the moment, I pray I don't go back to that place. Thank goodness for this site and the folks on it. It is helping so many people who don't know what is happening. I am grateful for it that is for sure! :thankyousign:
       
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    26. Karen
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      Karen Manager Staff Benefactor Hall of Fame Ambassador

      Location:
      U.S.
      Tinnitus Since:
      05/2010
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      First time: Noise 2nd Time: Ototoxic drug
      Well, I seem to be a lot like Gary, in that food and drink doesn't appear to make much difference in the intensity of my tinnitus. When it first began, I went on the DASH diet, went cold turkey to get off diet sodas (I'm really glad I got off those!), and avoided caffeine, alcohol, and chocolate. Now, however, I've found that nothing in the way of food or drink seems to affect my tinnitus. I'm eating much healthier as a result, though, which is a good thing. I still don't drink much caffeine, mostly decaf tea and water, and try to eat mostly fresh foods.

      My tinnitus is cyclical, too, but unlike Gary, it is a daily cycle for me. Mine starts out calm in the morning, builds up during the day, and is at its worst in the late afternoon (from around 4:00 - 6:00 P.M.). Then, it usually gets somewhat better in the later evening. That's pretty much the way my days go, so I've just learned to live with it. When my T is at its worst, I try to distract myself by going for walks or going to the gym.

      Nancy, who knows? There may be something to the fact that you've opened up to more spirituality. I've even heard it said that those of us with tinnitus are hearing spiritual messages!

      I'm glad we can all support one another, and it really helps me to hear from others who are going through the same things. No one else understands what this is really like, except another tinnitus sufferer!

      Best wishes to all,
      Karen
       
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    27. gary
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      gary Member Benefactor

      Location:
      Macomb, MI. USA
      Tinnitus Since:
      07/2012
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Who Knows
      Karen, I when it comes to T I would not rule out anything. If it is true "The Lord" sure has my ear:)
       
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    28. robinbird
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      robinbird Member Benefactor

      Location:
      New Hampshire
      Tinnitus Since:
      02/2015
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Diagnosed with high pitch hearing loss, both ears, right is worse
       
    29. robinbird
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      robinbird Member Benefactor

      Location:
      New Hampshire
      Tinnitus Since:
      02/2015
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Diagnosed with high pitch hearing loss, both ears, right is worse
      My T is just similar to Karen's. I received supplements today that I read about from a post on this site going to try and take them. Can't hurt! There is only positive things to gain by eating better. I have been wanting to get off coffee anyway. Right now after taking half a lorazapan the ear has a soft crackling whistle sound. People who are Buddists think that T is something good. Well. I beg to differ but then again they are the happiest people on earth. Fluoride is really bad for us to. Sometime read about what it does to the mind. I just feel like cleansing my body of all of the garbage!! Time will tell what is going on in my skull/ears. Xo HAPPY ST PATTYS DAY!
       
    30. robinbird
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      robinbird Member Benefactor

      Location:
      New Hampshire
      Tinnitus Since:
      02/2015
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Diagnosed with high pitch hearing loss, both ears, right is worse
      The supplemt I got is Rescue Hearing. Started it tonight.
       

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