Hi, my name is Mark and I'm from Sydney, Australia. I'm no expert but I would like to share some of the methods I've applied in reducing my T from a 7/10 to about a 1 or 2/10 which is barely audible. My problem over the past 5 years has been poor blood circulation and I'm borderline diabetic so I have to manage my body and what I eat quite carefully. Plus I have to drink lots of water to keep my body hydrated. As soon as my body is dehydrated my T gets louder. Here are some of the things I do on a daily basis: 1. I juice fruit and vegetables (preferably with a blender so you get the fiber benefits) to improve vitamin intake and blood circulation to my brain and ears. Fiber allows your body to stay hydrated because your digestive system and intestines use up a lot of water. 2. I take a Multivitamin, Zinc, Ginko Biloba and Fish or Krill oil supplement because evidence shows that these vitamins and Omega 3s improve blood circulation. Apparently poor blood circulation is one of the major causes of T. I also have flax seeds on my breakfast with soy or almond milk. 3. These supplements are combined with a healthy, balanced diet - fruit, vegetables, lean proteins, legumes, brown rice, grains etc. No artificial or processed foods. I've even stopped taking protein supplements because they contain sweeteners. Even if it says natural sweeteners you can never be sure that its not contributing to your tinnitus. I also don't smoke, drink alcohol, drink caffeine and cut down on sugar and salt. 4. I drink approx. 2 litres of water per day. A good amount as soon as I wake up and when i sleep so that I'm not dehydrated during my sleep period. I believe sleeping is when the body does most of its healing an recovery so its important to be hydrated and full of nutrients. 5. I exercise 1-2 times per day (morning and night). A brisk walk of 2kms is all the body needs to have blood circulation working optimally. This usually makes me extremely tired by bedtime so I can almost fall asleep standing up. 6. I realised I was sleeping every night on my right side and I had my T in my left ear so I determined this was probably due to inadequate blood supply. I now sleep on my left side and have noticed an improvement. I think its important to make sure that your head is not elevated too high when sleeping to ensure your head and ears receive adequate blood flow. I'm considering sleeping without a pillow if my T doesn't continue to improve. 7. If the T is audible I put some masking sounds on. I like rain and thunder masking sounds found on YouTube and usually have it play from the last 20 minutes. You can have it play the whole time you sleep if you get a better sleep that way. 8. I no longer listen to music or watch movies with headphones. I keep everything on a low level and when outdoors I avoid loud noises like cars, trucks, lawn mowers by placing my hands on my ears or wearing ear plugs. 9. I sit at a desk most of the day for work so I now avoid sitting as much as possible especially after I have eaten. When you eat and sit down for prolonged periods, most of your blood flows to your stomach for digestion. This means that your brain may not be getting adequate blood supply. 10. I don't shower for extended periods because this can dehydrate the body which effects your blood circulation also 11. I stay relaxed by keeping busy, socialising with friends, going to the gym, keeping myself organised. 12. My GP has also prescribed wax removing ear drops which seems to be working before he refers to me to an audiologist or ENT specialist. I know this may not work for everyone because my health issues are specific but I really hope my method helps others in tracking down the specific cause of their T. I'll keep you updated as to my progress.