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Update : My tinnitus was way down when I woke up this morning, I really thought I was on my way to recovery back to my normal baseline. It's about 11:30 and I'm hoping to get in a good nights sleep and hope for a better day tomorrow, My tinnitus went down some after dinner and seems to be staying like that so that's good. I wish there was a guarantee Stringplayer, I felt good most of yesterday but really fed up today with the constant noise . A better day would be one where I feel relaxed without thinking or reacting to the noise in my head . Ned77 wrote:A better day would be one where I feel relaxed without thinking or reacting to the noise in my head .
A day that I can arrange things without a thought of "the noise ".So here's the message, Ned. I keep busy with working ,cycling and walking the dog etc but perhaps helping those less fortunate may help me .

Ned77 wrote:You are right Stringplayer my day does revolve around my T .If you don't mind my asking, why do you say your day revolves around your tinnitus? I just read back all of these post with Ned, I was just wondering, I don't know if I ever asked you before, but may I ask how loud would you say your tinnitus is that you have day to day ?
I take enough medications down a small elephant when I turn in at night, or I would never sleep. It stayed that way all morning until around 2:00 when I started to talk on my cell phone, Then it started to ramp up a little and I started to get some ear pain in my right ( good ear ) and a headache, I don't know if they are related or not ?
The three things you listed all have to do with how you react to your tinnitus, they do not have to do with your tinnitus itself. I've been at this a long time now - more than 20 years - and I can tell you that there is most definitely a way to guarantee that tomorrow will be a better day than today. I understand that only too well.But the reality is that in 2016 there is no way to predictably mitigate the intensity of your tinnitus. I just had another damn sound episode yesterday, I was just having my eye's tested and they had me in one of those field of view domes, even with the machine at is lowest volume setting, and having my ear plugs in, I still ended up with a spike, I could not believe it, I was in there less then 8 minutes, crazy I could barely hear the beep sound when the machine lost calibration.

It's seems like no matter what, any sounds seem to make my tinnitus go up, I have never had a problem with my cell phone before, but I guess maybe I do now, who knows.
And while I am a big fan of habituation-based approaches like TRT and CBT, they do not by any means fall under the umbrella of how to make tomorrow a better day. Nor are they guarantees.So if you want to do something that will guarantee that tomorrow will be a better day than today, then make a solemn commitment to go out tomorrow and make a difference in the life of somebody less fortunate than yourself. Perhaps drive a lunchtime shift for "Meals on Wheels." Maybe help cook or serve in a soup kitchen. And in the end, while tomorrow might not be a better day for your tinnitus, it will be a better day for you and for those whose lives you touch.

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  2. RASMUS writes:
    All T sufferers but i think it will assist some you hear noises.