Hey everyone, I'm not sure if anyone here is a big gamer, but when I first got T in January of this year playing videogames was the #1 thing that helped my head not focus on the tinnitus. My favorite game is Starcraft 2, which I've played semi-competitively for a while (been in Master league - top 2% - for 8 seasons). That game more than any other I've ever played (and boy let me tell you I have played a LOT of videogames in my life LOL) requires extreme mental focus and coordination. When I first got tinnitus, it was loud and brutal; not a day went by when I wasn't focusing on it constantly. It was rough. Playing all that SC2 helped me lose focus on the sound and redirect my focus to the gameplay. It makes sense too - all my neurons related to learning got stuck working on figuring out how to win that next match rather than forging new pathways for the tinnitus. I'm sure a few got forged (I mean, I still have it!) but its definitely better off than it was. http://www.redbull.com/us/en/esports/stories/1331612014685/playing-starcraft-ii-makes-you-smarter http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0070350 Sometimes I wonder if a gameified sound therapy would be extremely effective at reducing tinnitus percept. The research into videogame assisted brain training is already beginning to show positive results and its possible we could speed up the process of neuroplasticity with it. I mean, Luminosity.com is building their business around the concept - why could'nt we do some sort of DDR/Guitar Hero-esque game that retrains the tinnitus sounds?