I have had quite a bit of major dental work done (two root canals and a crown lengthening and gum surgery… so far!) and my tinnitus has disappeared. I’m sure the tooth problems were causing the ear problems. I was putting away laundry in the bedroom, listening to water falling from the snow melting off the roof, when I realized that… I was listening to the water splashing and not the ringing in my ears! So awesome. I’d sort of given up hope that the tinnitus would ever clear up, since the prescription nose spray from the doctor didn’t entirely work, as well as some other attempted solutions. 5 months ago
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I have pools of fluid sitting in my ears. At least I know I’m not going deaf! We’ll see what the prescription nasal spray does for draining that stuff out. 21 months ago
I’m pretty sure this is brought on mostly by tension and stress, in my case. It is most noticeable when I’m trying to sleep at night and when I first wake up in the morning: when the day is at its quietest.
Tonight I’m cleaning my ears of wax with Debrox, just on the chance that maybe it’s a buildup of wax. I am also going to drink more water and less coffee and soda, to cut some sugar and caffeine. I’m also getting a massage early next week, to rid myself of some of the nasty knots in my upper back. We’ll see what happens!
If none of this works, my physical is scheduled for early September, and we’ll see what the doctor says. I hate this tinnitus… it makes it hard to sleep at night, and hard to think sometimes. 23 months ago