1. A weird dull/numb/tight feeling in a part of my sense of surroundings. Perhaps may be a burden to my equalibrium. Basically my sense of surroundings feels off, which kind of aches. Sometimes it feels like the sensation constricts. Sometimes it tingles/tickles. 2. Sometimes it gets better when my tinnitus starts gettings louder, as if my ear loosens. 3. I feel a little unconfortable moving my head left to right, and vice versa. 4. I have felt like my hearing got worse, but there is apparently no change after a year. Even though most of my occupation prior to 2014 was binge watching shows for several hours a day in maximum volume, even though I thought it wasn't that loud (sometimes vocals were hard to hear.) I lost 5 dB of hearing at 2khz on one ear since 2007, in which it used to be 10 dB (so now it is 15 dB.) Overall it is 10 dB in most frequencies. They say my hearing is normal, and a change not worth mentioning since 2007, and yet I have had many crazy problems, like the stuff I mentioned. I also had an allergy attack that swelled my ears, hearing, and caused constant fiery pain for many months, caused by a bad room environment. (Which I am now religiously cleaning and going outside.) The tinnitus itself is tolerable, but the senstion is NOT. I don't think I have hyperacusis since it doesn't get worse from loud noises. Every time my tinnitus starts going from a sound much like a high pitched buzzing lightbulb, to a loud faucet noise, it feels as if it is healing. I feel better with the faucet noise despite the louder tinnitus. Would someone kindly please possibly enlighten me on what is happening? I think I've already reached a point of madness. Is it possible to lose, say, 3-5 dB of hearing loss after not having 10, within a year of (understandably) foolish binge watching for 4-6 a day on headphones? I wouldn't think this much change is possible. I am also almost 21, if that information is relevant.