Hi Everybody, I've received a Lucky Laser couple of days ago and I'll start to document the treatment starting with 17.2.2015 A short background about me: I suffered acoustic trauma exactly 6 months ago (16.8.2014) by going to concert, where a friend shouted something directly in my right ear. I've lost significant amount of hearing in a speaking range, as well as I've received a nasty Tinnitus. I'm 27 year old male. I have hearing loss from about 750Hz to about 6 kHz, after that frequency I believe it's okay, since I can hear this test( Hearing Test HDWatch this video on YouTube ) with both ears equally. You can read the full introduction here if you want: https://www.tinnitustalk.com/threads/hello-everybody-introduction-personal-project.7376/ The main goal for me is to get as much as hearing back as possible and to reduce the tinnitus as much as I can. I'd also like to document everything for you guys in case someone is with the same issue. I'll documented what kind of treatment I'm doing with this laser, what kind of pills and additives am I'm taking etc.. So starting with today: Details starting on: ( 17.2.2015) 1. On 17.2.2015 I've taken this audiogram at the hospital: 2. Pills and additive I'm taking: One month I'm taking NAD+ pills: ( 2 in morning and two in evening )( http://www.amazon.com/Niagen-Nicotinamide-Riboside-capsules-Booster/dp/B00MQC3VLK ) For two months I'm taking a drop or two of E-OIL every couple of days For two months - Ginkgo Biloba For 3 months vitamin B supplements. I've also managed to receive a injection with vitamin B this month Omega-3 Oil - one capsule per day Magnesium, Cink, Calcium Every second month I'm also taking betaserc 3. With this week I've started with LLLT treatment with Lucky Laser device. The price of the device is roughly 1500$ + 200$ shipment costs and it looks like this: This week (16.2.2015- 23.2.2015) I'm doing: 650 Wavelength 30 mins a day on 80 mW power 808 Wavelength 20 mins a day 350 mW power Big thanks also to @FERNANDO GIL for all the helpful information you've generously gave me.