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Hi 🙋 everyone

For many years I have been suffering with tinnitus.

I am aware that there is not much that can be done.

But now it is now the tinnitus never stops.

Is there anything that can be done?

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    hello mark

    Some possible triggers include:

    Drinks with caffeine such as cola, coffee, tea, and energy drinks




    Kick the habit, if you smoke

    Add soothing sounds to silence. 

    Try these relaxation methods:




    Progressive muscle relaxation

    Guided imagery


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      Hi 🙋 christopherV

      I have tried soothing music 🎶.

      I don't drink, have very little caffeine, smoke 🚬, energy drinks (being diabetic) and have very little sugar.

      I have had tinnitus for several years, but over the past few weeks it's been constant and is like a two tone noise which resembles a cricket.

      I do have other health issues, one being neuropathy, which is affecting the peripheral nerves.

      I switch off all appliances from around 9:30pm I have also tried soothing music 🎶 such as pan pipes and tubular bells quietly in the background and nothing has worked.

      I was told once that if I have my grommets out it will eliminate the problem...this I don't know 😞.

      What are your thoughts on this?

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    Get a lot of bioflavanoids and antioxidants in the diet.  It's  brain health. It won't take it all away but it has helped me with some of the dizziness.  
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      Hi 🙋 pam33148

      I've looked at all avenues in relation to the tinnitus, even went to a health food 🍴 shop close to me, in relation to my diet and they did give me vitamin c with Bioflavonoid 1000mg and they suggested that I eat more on the lines of pineapple 🍍, strawberries 🍓, they did suggest oranges, but I can't have citrus fruit. But if I eat more fruit along with walnuts, broccoli, blueberries the will increase my antioxidant levels. You see I have tried all this for months and all it had done was enabled me to get was a diuretic medication and caused problems with my diabetes.

      I don't know if you have seen so of my recent discussion's, but I also have full blown diabetic neuropathy which is playing havoc with my nervous system. But I like 👍 your thinking and feedback relating to this matter. So if you do have any more thoughts relating to this...well I am always open to suggestions.

      Thankyou for your feedback.


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    I've only been on the forum for a few weeks and seen your posts for the first time. I do understand for my husband suffered from diabetic neuropathy before he passed away.  I could always read him well and knew he was in pain; but he was stubborn and wouldn't say much. Like you, I can't have citrus, but the pineapple and the berries are my favorites.  

    And yes, if I learn something new about the tinnitus I will definitely pass it on as I hope you will.  

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      Thxs pam33148. I am seeing my doctor this coming week and any information that comes my way I will pass it on, (if I have not heard it before) for the benefit of others.

      I am sorry 😞 to hear about the loss of your husband, as I know how hard it can be to lose someone close to you. 🙏 my prayers will be with you, a long with my thoughts.


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