Hi all, I have a very simple question but I'm totaly confused at the moment. I was in therapy a moment ago regarding my depression and anxiety. The office where I was in was very silent. My T became so loud my whole left ear felt warm and full after a while. I always say I have mild T because it can be easly masked. But when it is realy silent it is like going through the roof. Do others have this also with mild T. When I walk outside I most of the time do not hear it when a ventilator is on in a room I also do not hear it (most of the time), but when it is silent (i mean no background sound what so ever) it is like the volume goes up so much it realy scared me. There is always some sound in my house or where I go. My ear still feels warm after an hour.....I'm realy shocked about it. When I plug my ears it's still my same old T like it was. I thought that it could not be louder than when I plug my ears with my fingers, but for some reason in that office my ear became warm and it was realy loud. Perhaps it has something to do with the pressure in the room or something. It seems like everything happens in a row now....I was habituated and it irritates me again and now this fiasco at the therapists office. I hope some people can response .... i'm just curious if more people have this ...so mild T but when it is realy silent it is damn hard. I hear people say they have to look for there T in a silent room. Well not me....in a silent room it there in 3 seconds but the slidest sound can mask it already. Thanks for your support.