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Any luck with tinnitus

Discussion in 'About This Site' started by Dockerpt, Jun 27, 2021.

  1. Dockerpt

    Dockerpt Newcomer

    Good day!!

    have you heard of any success with tinnitus? I started a vintage motorcycle and it turned out to be very very loud… I have ear ache abd slight ringing…. I’m terrified it won’t leave. It’s been a week…. I have cured back pain with TMS theory in the past….
  2. miffybunny

    miffybunny Beloved Grand Eagle

    There are many success stories for tinnitus. There's a lady of YT, Joey Remenyi who specializes in tinnitus and vertigo using the mind body approach. She is worth checking out imo!
  3. Dockerpt

    Dockerpt Newcomer

    Great how can I contact her?

    thank you

  4. miffybunny

    miffybunny Beloved Grand Eagle

    She has a FB group called Rock Steady and a book on Amazon. She is in Australia but I'm sure you could contact her on FB.
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  5. Andy Bayliss

    Andy Bayliss TMS Coach & Beloved Grand Eagle

    My best advice is to try to ignore it. You might say "so what?" to yourself if you notice it. Looking around on the internet ---with scary stories and support groups' views is probably not helpful. The more I attend to it, the more important it seems. The less I notice it, the more it recedes. This is a basic TMS technique.

    Welcome Dockerpt, and good wishes in this work.
  6. Balsa11

    Balsa11 Well known member

    Ignoring it worked for me too
  7. Dockerpt

    Dockerpt Newcomer

    Thank you! Have you both overcome it?
  8. Andy Bayliss

    Andy Bayliss TMS Coach & Beloved Grand Eagle

    Mine has been very light, and not really a problem. I just notice it every couple of weeks, and say to myself "oh, its been quite awhile since I noticed," so I wouldn't say my situation was a great "cure." But I think what helped when I started having symptoms about 8 months ago was to not be afraid, and know that it was TMS. (from past experiences with other stuff which might come and then go)
  9. Dockerpt

    Dockerpt Newcomer

    Thanks for this. I was like that for a long time then this very loud engine has seemed to really focus me in….. this last week it has consumed me
  10. NameK

    NameK Well known member

    Ive had tinnitus or atleast noticed mine in early nov 2018 after a loud outdoor dj for a halloween event (5 days after)

    It was quite mild then and easy to ignore intially i wish woukd have gave my ears some rest after that event (maybe it could have prevented it) as after it i was very worried i had damaged my hearing learned what tinnitus was.

    Went into a quiet room and heard it and then i made the mistake of visting those health fourms for it.

    They are places of despair, negativity and i wouldnt recommend it made my tinnitus worse (because alot of people say you cant use headphones, cant go to concerts etc (gaming is one of my hobbies).

    Mine has gotten worse over the past 2 and half years(could it be from more anxiety, stress, exsessive use of my gaming headset still, lack of sleep, focousing on it more?)

    (louder, more then just one tone) and for me its not easy to ignore and its probably my most annoying symptom along with trouble swallowing food.

    This isnt meant to scare you most people have mild tinnitus and can ignore it quite easily. I had a hearing trst last yeat and no detected loss on a basic audiogram.

    Im also now worried about getting my 2nd shot soon as the 1st one may have spiked my tinnitus and im afraid of the 2nd one making it worse.

    I also wonder if i had actually stopped using headphones if it would have gotten better (there are instances of people recovering from noise induced t after 2-3 years and they complelty avoided headphone useage and loud noises

    But tms espeically when it comes to tinnitus is very tricky my issue is beleiivng that noise induced vs stressed induced is tms and not a pshyical cause.

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