I heard somewhere in this forum someone mention about bent cochlear hairs that cause tinnitus. Am I right to say cochlear hairs that are gone will experience no tinnitus at all. Inner hair that is bent will cause tinnitus? When we sleep we lie down and the orientation of the head long term cause the hair to straighten somehow which cause lower tinnitus? This explains why sometimes in this forum we hear people saying when they do yoga pose on head stand example and doing vacuuming which I presume need to bent their body can somehow reorientate the inner hair? I presume the damaged inner hair are weaker and unable to hold in the straight position for too long and randomly it will bent again resulting in sudden spikes? Loud spontaneous noise when we experience will shake the damaged hair so much that easily bent it unlike strong healthy hairs. Also explains why some people experience louder tinnitus when they lie down. Also explains why when people nap on chairs their tinnitus can suddenly become louder as due to head position? If it's true, all we need is strengthen those hairs that is causing tinnitus as they should still be intact. Just like how we nourish the grass that was semi dried due to dry weather. Given sufficient water they can still grow back. What does everyone think?