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Comments on Profile Post by PastelPetals

  1. oregano
    oregano
    Try a white noise machine. I have mild tinnitus and I find that white noise helps. I use an air cleaner to produce it, but there are specifically made machines that make white noise.
    Sep 24, 2021
  2. watersprite
    watersprite
    I do exactly as @oregano said. “Low” setting at night is wonderful for hidimg tinnitus. Soporific and soothing.
    Sep 24, 2021
  3. tree
    tree
    If buying a new thing isn't in the budget right now, but you already have a television or radio, you could try having that on very low. I do that and it helps. Also remember to eat regularly.
    Sep 24, 2021
  4. PastelPetals
    PastelPetals
    @oregano mine can't be drowned out past a certain point I have tried. It's just gotten bad recently due to stress probably and a chronic illness flare up. Thank you for the suggestion though.
    Sep 24, 2021
  5. tree
    tree
    I'm not trying to drown the sound out. It's a high pitched thing, for years, unceasing. The tv music just gives a little something else to think about. Rather than that high pitch....which is not at all pleasant or fun to consider.
    Sep 24, 2021
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  6. Skittlebisquit
    Skittlebisquit
    Tree is kinda right, she often is. It's hard to get used to other noises sometimes. A ticking clock, an electric fan, the bathroom exhaust fan, soft music in another room, the spooky sound of a barely cracked open window
    Sep 24, 2021
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  7. Skittlebisquit
    Skittlebisquit
    They are a distraction from the internal noise. It doesnt work always or for everyone. Does anyone still use wind up clocks? Tick tock tick tock, it's very soothing. I used to have several in my quarters
    Sep 24, 2021