Tinnitus Tip: What are tinnitus people like and what does that mean for you?

Very similar to Dr. Greuel’s study, in Julian Cowan Hill’s “Tinntus, from Tyrant to Friend,” we find the following: What are tinnitus people like? [Accessible to members with access to "Complimentary 7-day Tinnitus Liberation First Steps Ecourse" only. Members receive self-paced or guided support and can try a complimentary program to get to know us better. Visit for more information]

3 thoughts on “ Tinnitus Tip: What are tinnitus people like and what does that mean for you?

  1. bree623

    That list is somewhat frightening, especially when I can identify with at least 80% of it. But with the help of this site, I am learning to deal with such things, and my -T- is becoming less and less noticeable.

    1. Profile photo of dainisdainis Post author

      Isn’t it though? Frightening, freaky, whatever you want to call it. Dr. Greuel calls it psychoneuroimmunologische therapie: Psycho (mind spirit emotion) Neuro (our nervous system) Immunological (our immune systems). It’s a real trip when T starts letting up based on how you treat yourself. I mean, the situations, relationships, jobs, conflicts, those don’t really even need to change if you change how you deal with stuff and whether you embody those characteristics.

  2. Lou S

    Having chronic t for about three years and believeing (perhaps mitakenly) that it has gotten worse with a recent illness (gallbladder removal) I find that stress IS definitely a major player here; so much so that I think my duodenitis was stress induced and not stomach acid induced. I can identify with almost ALL of the points listed and am working on reducing my stress using self-hypnosis downloads, meditation, therapy (physical and psycho) and masking – of course I have started eating better, cycling now that winter is done and will soon be joining the old health club. Your site and insights have helped me but I’m still not 100% convinced that there is not “some” physiological link (i.e., damage) causing the t as I am a club DJ and only recently started wearing earplugs. Steven Chu has a very interesting video shot at Berkeley where he illustrates what a finely-tuned and delicate apparatus the ears are and how easily they can be “driven” into hyper-sensitivity mode. Again, thanks for your website, emails and videos as they give me hope and hope coupled with other alternative forms of therapy might just help me get back to a more normal life.

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