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    Old 07-08-2016, 01:22 AM   #1
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    Hi all, I've had Tinnitus for many years. I can alter the volume of mine , mostly by altering how My back / neck is positioned . For years I had not made the link between my resting position and the tinnitus volume. I cannot seem to completely stop the very high pitched ringing / screeching but I can find a more acceptable level by repositioning.
    One position which I have found unbearable [with regard to tinnitus volume ] is lying flat on my back with my head propped up [so I can see / read something ]. When I change position, and wait,,, , soon,, [maybe within a minute or so] I can hear a significant decrease in volume,,,, but never silence,,
    As I write this message my tinnitus volume level is high , So I'm gonna leave it at that ,,,and change my position ,
    Your's grateful for small mercies
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