Okay so let me quickly explain to you guys that I have had T for about 3 - 4 months and I am 19 years old, since then I have minimized my caffeine, nicotine and junk food intakes. I have recently got some molded ear plugs which I will use for when I DJ, which I am very happy with. In addition I also compose music at low levels as much as possible. A few days ago I went to an audiologist to get a hearing test and by my amazement my hearing is still perfect! Although, the chart he gave me ends at 8khz, does that mean he did not test my upper spectrum? He may of fired one wave at around 16khz just to roughly test that area!? My T sounds like an old TV or electrical device that has just been turned on, a fairly high pitched ring, maybe a triangle or sine wave. Anyway I have found that since I have had tinnitus it has fluctuated between ears (more commonly in my right), volume and maybe even pitch, but it is not pulsatile just to make that clear. I do not have any symptoms of disease, my balance is perfect (I do extreme sports). Right so after getting my hearing results back I was very happy, I have recently been taking 100mg B complex vitamins along with 400 - 50omg of magnesium daily. My T had reduced quite a bit, this might be due to the B vitamins helping cell division and growth or the magnesium reducing anxiety etc. OR I have gone through a few days of it behaving, in-fact when I do breathing exercises I can sometimes experience silence. Naturally I perceive my right ear to be slightly louder than my left, but both have gone to a very quite volume. I wake up not even noticing it at all and when I am in ambient places everything is all good, but even now typing this it is not so bad and usually when I am by my computer in a quite room the levels up quite a bit. Oh and my hypercausis has reduced tremendously as well, maybe even gone at this point in time.. Now I just need to be careful and continue with these vitamins and lifestyle changes, I am starting to think maybe it is something to do with my diet or even drinking and smoking occasionally. But what baffles me is that I passed my hearing test, BUT the only explanation for me developing T is from long hours of sound exposure, unless it came along by complete coincidence relating to something else, maybe a cold or antibiotics, but that means it would of come on after a month + delay, hmmmm. Anyway I continue my quest and this is just a quick progress report for people, I would love to hear any similar stories or anyone's thoughts, thanks!