My Tinnitus Is a Mystery?

Discussion in 'Support' started by katriina, Feb 19, 2014.

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    1. katriina
      Frustrated

      katriina Member

      Location:
      finland
      Tinnitus Since:
      11/2013
      I noticed today that pressing muscles behind my ears makes my T louder? After done that my T started fluctuate like crazy... Does that mean something? I don't even realize why it's changing constantly and sometimes it's very quiet? I haven't heard that anyone's T would change during the day as much as my does! It's like when I listen it right now during writing this, the noise is different after I have finished this sentence. One thing that bothers me is that when I smoke, my T is very quiet after that, almost like it doesn't even exist??? I have read that nicotine relaxes muscles? I know nicotine constrict blood vessels and that is one reason why it causes spikes to many T-sufferers but I don't get any spikes from smoking. I'm very confused now! Try to understand my text, I wrote it in hurry :D
       
    2. katriina
      Frustrated

      katriina Member

      Location:
      finland
      Tinnitus Since:
      11/2013
      Yeah and now I noticed that my left ear started ringin loud too if I pressed musclecs behind that left ear... And my left ear is the good ear which doesn't ring whole time! Seriously, what the heck o_O And yes I know that when you move your jaw it's common that T changes but now I didn't move my jaw....
       
    3. katriina
      Frustrated

      katriina Member

      Location:
      finland
      Tinnitus Since:
      11/2013
      Nobody knows?? :(
       
    4. Raul
      Inspired

      Raul Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      11/2008
      that's called somatic T and i have it too and many of use would notice changing in their T if they press on the muscles behind the ears or when the tighten their neck muscles and since nicotine relaxes the muscles( im not really sure) but i guess you should smoke a lot lol :D hot showers or massaging those areas or would help to reduce your T i used to do that)
      http://www.tinnitusformula.com/library/somatic-tinnitus/
       
    5. katriina
      Frustrated

      katriina Member

      Location:
      finland
      Tinnitus Since:
      11/2013
      Can somatic tinnitus start from loud noise...? I don't get why my T varies A LOT all the time.. I can hear severe noises or just one, loud or nothing at all... God this is driving me crazy :banghead: Can someone just switch their normal tonal T with me, I can promise you won't get bored with this!
       
    6. Raul
      Inspired

      Raul Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      11/2008
      im not sure but what i know that the loud noises increases my T temporary! it's just because you are too stressed just relax and that variation is gonna go away believe me, im experiencing the same lately cause i have been stressed)
       

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