I Invented a Sound That Knocked Out My Tinnitus

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    1. GregCA
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      Why did you delete it?
       
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    2. gorzakus

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      I am not going through the whole thread but if you read earlier posts on here you will find at least 4 members for who it helped.

      I didn't try it again, maybe in July when I have a holiday or I might wait for the mute button device to try first. At least I know now that listening to headphones at low volume doesn't make things worse.

      My tinnitus returned to baseline after I stopped listening and stayed that way.
       
    3. gorzakus

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      No it didn't knock out my tinnitus, but it made a big difference for my head noise. The disappointing thing was that it returned after a while when I stopped listening. Unfortunately I only used it for like two weeks instead of three as recommended.
      I didn't count on that and I don't want to listen to these sounds every night for who knows how long.
       
    4. RaZaH
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      In what way, for how long, how much and what is the follow up?
      None of this ever gets answered in the ever increasing number of people "cured".
       
    5. RaZaH
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      Because I was annoyed and being rude helps no one.
       
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      R. David Case

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      You can try detoxing, burdock root, apple cider vinegar, etc. The ear is one of the most sensitive organs to toxins.
       
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      Yea it's easy to buy one, try building an electric solar vehicle.
       
    8. just1morething
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      I just rode my motorcycle to town with a helmet on (no earplugs). It didn't affect my tinnitus at all... same sorta low pitched static. I plan on trying Tinnitus Mix again in the near future.
       
    9. AUTHOR
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      R. David Case

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      Tinnitus Mix has eliminated or reduced tinnitus in hundreds worldwide, you should be happy, not annoyed.
       
    10. AUTHOR
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      R. David Case

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      Again you misunderstood, Tinnitus Mix has Brownian characteristics. I did not say it was brown noise or red noise. All I was trying to say was the device I built was a hybrid thermal transducer / oscillator and the randomness of the sounds was related to the work Brownian did on the influence of thermal energy on the movement of atoms. The short pulses will not show up either on spectral analysis nor will high frequencies unless so many wave lengths are presented, one short wave length of 22 kHz will not show up on that equipment.
       
    11. just1morething
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      I googled that car or rather clicked your link.. It would be nice to try out and compare with a standard gasoline engine. I wonder how the interior is heated? Must have very sophisticated batteries and motor.
       
    12. dellwas

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      Then don't follow the thread, it really is that simple...
       
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    13. RaZaH
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      No it's not.
       
    14. dellwas

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      You say this pseudoscience is annoying you, yet you choose to follow it. Most people would tend to ignore something that bothers them... Methinks you are a troll then.
       
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    15. RaZaH
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      Yes, because I am a member of this forum and I am allowed to have an opinion on what is presented here.
       
    16. ringinghours

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      He's allowed to have an opinion. There's much reason to be bothered, seriously, this engineer provided no scientific evidence other than that a neurologist realized his sound therapy incorporates brown noise. While I commend the engineer for trying to offer something to help those with tinnitus, I have my doubts about the effectiveness of his therapy.
       
    17. dellwas

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      Again, why follow something if it is aggravating...
       
    18. dellwas

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      *shrugs shoulders*, fill your boots.
       
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    19. just1morething
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      We don't exactly have a lot of choices to reduce/eliminate our noises, so it's worth a shot. Drugs have been inconsistent for me lately. Mixing and matching those with supplements can have side effects that could be dangerous.
       
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    20. gorzakus

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      Actually I don't really care, I'm not here to promote anything.
      I just know it worked for me and I posted my findings in detail in previous posts.
       
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    21. dellwas

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      Ditto, it works for me, and that's all I care about. I just don't get it some folks are content to just slam whatever comes down the pipe, not only on here but on Facebook, seen it time and time again, no matter what it is. Maybe it's just me, but I'll try anything that is offered within reason and cost. David isn't charging a thing, except a reasonable cost to cover the CD cost, AND his file is free to download if one wants to go that route.
       
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      R. David Case

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      I would invite all of you to the test group to see the high success rates and see for your selves but disruptors like @GlennS would try to sabotage my work with their bitterness and negativity and the alter ego of king midis, instead of everything they touch turning to gold, everything rots.

      You and @GlennS have cured no one, invented nothing to help tinnitus sufferers but gallop in on your high horse to burn me at the stake at sunrise.

      great disconection.png
       
    23. RaZaH
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      Well, I do care, we can disagree on that, that is fine.

      To be clear, I don't think that Mr. Case is a scammer or anything like that and he might have stumbled unto something here, that is quite possible, but he is quite liberal with his "cured" count and his science.

      All this "a neuroscientist" analyzed and says it contains Brownian noise is designed to give it some sort of legitimacy when all it says is that it's random noise. Connecting 2 *555 timers in some sort of feedback loop is not magic.

      People "cured" increases by a few every day whenever someone mentions "I think it might be doing something?"

      I am also on the Facebook group and have observed this behavior. Maybe it's because he is now on the defense and I would kind of understand that, still, don't have to like it.

      Why set up a "test" group when you just interpret the numbers like you want to?
      500 people cured, probably 520 today. Can we talk to one of the people, is it someone from Tinnitus Talk or the Facebook group? I don't know, can't find them and yet the count keeps going up.

      We do get to see screenshots so there is that.

      There is absolutely nothing wrong with expecting a somewhat more professional behavior from someone making such extraordinary claims. I would absolutely love to be proven wrong.

      If it helps you, great. That does not exclude any scientific rigor.
       
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    24. gorzakus

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      Please be careful with riding your motorcycle without earplugs, it was certainly a contributing factor to my tinnitus cause. If you search on YouTube you will find a lot of info on the dangers of wind noise. I will never ride my motorcycle again without earplugs and a full quality helmet.
       
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    25. RaZaH
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      Also, I did try this for a couple of weeks, slept with it on loop.
      At first I felt that it might be helping with my horrible waking up tinnitus, but then... not so much.

      So I am totally for people trying this, I can still feel annoyed by the way it's presented.
       
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    26. RaZaH
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      RaZaH Member Benefactor Hall of Fame

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      What test group? The Facebook group? I don't see these high success rates there, unless there is a different group.
       
    27. RaZaH
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      RaZaH Member Benefactor Hall of Fame

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      Because I expect some professionalism?
       
    28. RaZaH
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      RaZaH Member Benefactor Hall of Fame

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      Nevermind, carry on.
       
    29. just1morething
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      Yeah, I have the same, waking up to nasty static.

      I'm not sure either where the numbers come from? You would have to ask @R. David Case. I was just going to try it and see if I get some relief. I don't have any diazepam or klonopin atm, only gabapentin.
       
    30. RaZaH
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      By all means, try it.
       

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