Discussion in 'Research News' started by Niklas, Nov 5, 2016.
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Thanks for posting....i was thinking if i could excecise a lot may my T would get better....but then it spikes with rigoroys excercise and the more i do it the worse it gets!!
Mine tinnitus gets better if i exercise. start with walking and then running slow,,, and so on. don't go out to hard.
Stalling for 4 hours makes much better next day.
But intensive excercise like cycling swimming for longer makes it worse for me.
Finding something that breaks a sweat is crucial.
My Tinnitus makes me sweat, got that covered.
Intensive exercise does the same for me, make the T worse. Even lifting weights can do this.
They say exercise is good for you - but clearly it can sometimes be bad for you. My constant T was brought on by cycling fast downhill - and I've had it for c. 15 years now. Subsequently, whenever I cycled fast downhill (and who cycles slowly downhill?), my T got louder - but, after a while, would go back to it normal pattern, i.e. sometimes loud, sometimes quieter. I've noticed that swimming also makes it louder (at least, for a while). However, I'm very reluctant to give up exercise, as I need to do it to reduce the risk of having another heart attack.
it raises blood pressure normaly, but downhill is also bit scary and you mush keep strict attention spec if it is offroad, so that are reasont, tinntis does get worse with stress as tinnitus is eather centred in limbic area or audio/midlle ear area.
Mine is in limbic are and all scans show it clearly, + it went 29 times up, and of that 20 times cos of stress regarding fight argument with dear people (my stupid sensitivity), 9 times cos of hearing loss (i lost most of hearing on above 7khz on left ear
Being in good shape is key to getting tinnitus under control for the long term. I'm agreed with Christian78. The immediate stress/rise in blood pressure makes it worst temporarily, but it eventually comes down. Keep a high blood pressure and keep stress in your life constantly and it will be very hard to control.
Odd does this it happen when it's windy too? Might be your ear shape forms some sort of a whistle. Maybe vibration also or a combination of both.