Rub helichrysum oil in and behind your ears (but not inside your ear hole) daily. Its expensive, pic related cost me #30, but well worth it, because it helps to repair nerve damage/sensory imbalances and easily absorbs through the skin.
and do this mudra with both of your hands resting on your knees: http://wellbeingmantras.com/shunya-mudra-rid-ear-problems/
while you sit cross legged and listen to meditative music such as: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=No-5wC8Ln3o
for 45 minutes or so a day. Your tinnitus will eventually diminish to the point you hardly notice it any more.
>>26123885 It's impossible to not think about it when lying in the dark trying to sleep. It's like someone left a tv on a static channel. A ceiling fan and heating vents can only make so much white noise. I do eventually fall asleep but it's hard sometimes
>>26123921 I have a small thing on my desk that makes noise simulating water flowing, which I turn on at night to soothe my ears to fall asleep. Only time tinnitus is annoying is those rare times when I end up like in bed for 2 hours unable to fall asleep. Otherwise brain just filters it out. Even when my tinnitus was very bad I never heard it during dreams.
>>26123920 I've had it since I was like 10 when I hit my head really hard because I was fucking around on a treadmill at a high speed. Shit ruined the shape of my skull, gave me tinnitus, and probably the floaties in my eyes.
>>26123946 >>26123946 Maybe finding a way to cure it would be best. People who get it late can't live with it. There are also noise machines that emit sounds of rain or wind on trees to cover the ring. Pretty neat but I personally don't need one.
>application of shit outside your ear somehow repairs nerve damage >never mind it's damage to the cochlear hairs that cause most tinnitus You sound like an idio- >fucking meditation Oh you are are an idiot. Okay.
>I wrote Plasticity to treat my tinnitus (a phantom sound in my head). The idea was to re-wire the auditory cortex in my brain through repeated training in order to change my perception of the tinnitus sound. The name "Plasticity" refers to cortical plasticity -- the ability of the cortex to reorganize in response to stimuli. Did Plasticity help my tinnitus? Well, I no longer have a tinnitus problem, though I am not sure to what extent Plasticity contributed to the improvement. If you have tinnitus (especially pure-tone tinnitus), you might as well give it a try.
>>26123721 About a year and a half ago I would have said that tinnitus was the biggest pain in my life, especially because I think my ex-girlfriend slapping me on the ear caused it and it reminded me of the trauma. Then I had actual problems and my loud tinnitus is something I barely think about at all. I don't know, saying "get worse problems" doesn't really help but shit's not that bad yo. Sorry though.
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