Hi guys. I'm a 32yo dude from Spain. I have had Tinnitus for 7 days now (high pitched), that's why I have discovered this forum. My T appeared after some days of a lot stress/fear/health anxiety/constant alert status, because I became super hypochondriac reading about schizophrenia (specially about the sympton of hearing voices) to the point of almost be depressed about it. Before this I also had already lots of stress because I'm trainning/studying to become a Firefighter and working at the same time. I went to the ENT yesterday and did a earing test (result: no earing loss, no idea up to which frequency he tested) and prescribed me Ginkgo Biloba. I'm not 100% sure stress was the cause because I've also had a couple of exposes to loud sounds (not long term like a concert or everyday). As a result of this I have fallen in a brutal depression, with almost no sleep and no eating (worst thing ever for an aspiring firefighter like me, the work of years is going to the Trash can). As a science lover since a I was a child, I find fascinating that an incorrectly executed neuroplasticity can create such a torturing experience. I have always thought that nature is cruel, and T confirms that one more time. As a curious fact, my sister also had Tinnitus (hypochondriac + stress triggered too, very loud) for 4 months (after that it dissapeared completely). On that time she was mentally destroyed and lost 30 lbs of weight. I have heard and read other reports of people whose Tinnitus went away, but my sister's case is the only one I have verification that is 100% true. I have decided that I'm not gonna live with this for the rest of my life, so I have started the process to get the neccesary elements to execute the most optimal suicide method that is known (nembutal + antiemetic). How much time should I wait before doing it, for the chances that it could go away? Which treatments should I try? TRT?, Binaural Beats?, tVNS?, ST? Anything useful? Also, what's the explanation of people whose T disappears? Do they have special brains capable of fixing the wrong neuroplasticity that causes T by doing another one on top of it?