Tinnitus Worse at Night?

Discussion in 'Support' started by Kylie Jade, Jan 12, 2016.

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    1. Kylie Jade

      Kylie Jade Member

      I've noticed my T seems pretty manageable throughout the day as long as I'm distracted and there's noise. Especially after I wake up its pretty silent. Even this morning I almost believed it was completely gone because it was finally almost completely silent (despite I could faintly hear it if I listened close enough, but still less noticeable). I feel like once the sun sets my T gets louder and more annoying and transfers to both ears. It makes it hard to watch TV at night and listen to music. It peaks around like 9 or 10 and stays with me throughout the night. Maybe I should start going to bed earlier lol But I don't believe anything else such as noise causes it considering I'm not around much loud noise throughout the day. Anybody else?
    2. uae96

      uae96 Member

      Dubai, UAE
      Tinnitus Since:
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Same here , at night it's the worst and the air condition that use to be my masker doesn't mask anymore , but I tried different sound which is crickets and it helped me sleep
    3. AnxiousJon

      AnxiousJon Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Anxiety, Insomnia, and a Fan at Night
      When I had hyperaacusis for a couple months my T always got worse at night, and not just as a perception thing; it got much louder and more sensitive. I think it had to do with reduced blood flow at night to the capillaries--just a theory.
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    4. ceauses97

      ceauses97 Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      loud music/chemotherapy/hypercalcemia
      My tinnitus seem to get worse and louder when I lay down, doesnt matter if its day or night
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    5. Tha_b_man

      Tha_b_man Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      Another common denominator of tinnitus. I think it's just that it's quiet at night with no distractions. I use a pillow speaker that goes between pillow and mattress. Plug in my iPhone and listen to "sleep machine" app. It doesn't mask but gives me something else to focus on.

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