Title says it all. I've been listening to pink noise nearly round the clock, and at night I add nature sounds to the cacophony. I have discontinued my use of hearing protection in ordinary environments (a very painful and distressing endeavor). I have followed Jastreboffs music therapy, in addition to Rob Littwin's (moderator of the Hyperacusis Network) version of it, to no avail. I have seen no improvement to my dizziness, headaches, myoclonus, facial pain, or ear pain, very little improvement to my sensitivity to sound (I'm vaguely less sensitive than I was 3 years ago, but I think this is just that I am psychologically more tolerant to the symptoms, or possibly because of benzodiazepine use, not actual improvement), and my life remains at a stand still. I know nobody can give me a real answer, but does anyone have any ideas or hypothesis'? I'm trying to get better, I really am. I would like more than anything to get my life back. I've made massive strides in my reaction to tinnitus; it is LOUD and I am like 80% habituated to it. But my hyperacusis/misophonia/dst/auditory pain/noise injury/whatever persists. It is unrelenting.