Here is a YouTube Show Excerpt for folks getting to know us. The Complete Show is available for members below…
- Generally, I am wondering about doing things that, in the short term might have a negative impact on the tinnitus, but, in the long term, overall will be good for me. In particular, I am thinking about having all of my mercury dental fillings removed. I think that having all this toxic metal in my head is not a good thing! So, having them removed seems to be a good thing. However, my tinnitus is still pretty reactive right now, so I wonder if it’s the best time to have seven fillings removed — i.e. if my body will experience it as trauma and just be my nervous system all jacked-up again.
- If I get a clean bill of health from my doctors and still have tinnitus, what do I do then? How do I stop obsessing that this is, indeed, a “sign” of something “wrong” with my health that will manifest at some point? How can someone get a symptom like this in the absence of any hearing loss?
- What about intense exercise and tinnitus? I started Bikram yoga and like it but it’s a bit stressful too because of the heat in the room. I hear the tinnitus during the class (it’s relatively quiet) but sleep better that evening. Should I continue? Are aerobics dance classes which are more enjoyable a better bet?
- What’s with this feedback loop concept? Am I listening now that I’ve “identified” the sound and can’t stop “listening” for it unconsciously in the background?
- Should I do TRT?
- How can I explain the sudden onset?
- Causes: are they sure sinuses have nothing to do with this? What about finally going off benzos (Klonopin) after using them for 15 years??? I’ve read that can cause tinnitus. I am currently on Ativan, 1 mg. 2x/day because it helps calm down the tinnitus and helps me relax. That’s a benzo too but diff. than Klonopin.
Show format: Gathered questions, one-on-one between Dainis and Julian, live questions, exercise everyone can do together.
Viewing recommendation: Press play and then press pause for a while. Watch for the download percentage and be aware of the grey download bar (moves to the right as the video loads). Let the video load and don’t play parts that have not downloaded yet. That ensures smooth video performance. 🙂
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