deltalimen saidGood luck-some people have tinnitus 24hrs a day. You should protect your ears
Yes. And thanks for your apparently well-informed knowledge about this. I merely know what a sufferer experiences and is told, not the clinical understanding.
I do have it 24/7, it never leaves me. Well, OK, I can deal with it. Sometimes it gets really bad, just howling in my ears. Plus on top of that I get phantom sounds due to my form of epilepsy.
I most often hear people talking indistinctly in the next room, or sometimes music or a video game playing, but I can't quite make out what it is, like the door is closed. And if I walk into the room, the sounds are now in the next room. Because, of course, they don't really exist, I carry them in my head.
Naturally I know the cause, and don't panic, or stress, nor do I have conversations with them! LOL! But it is annoying, just something I have to live with. Like the floaters in my eyes from retinal detachment, also due to head trauma, that at times look like insects flying around me. I've had to learn the art of zen-like mediation, otherwise I'd be freaking out every moment.
In any case, I'm not aware of a cure for tinnitus, only tactics for coping with it.