@Breakfastisready hi! Sorry to hear you have to deal with it too!
Do you manage to study well even with T? Did you tried any habituation therapy like TRT? I can do everything now, even sleep, but reading/studying is still an issue.
I have been to ear specialists and they have given me some herbal medicine. I don't think it does much though. I have been asked to visit them again in two months if nothing happens.
I feel reading, writing is not the issue for me as much sleeping is. I have to play some white noise, nature sounds, etc, but I am perpetually worried about getting spikes. I meditate and that helps a lot too.
@Breakfastisready thanks for your answer. For me, I have no difficulties in sleeping (though I need to sleep with some sound on but It it isnt always necessary). My main issues is concentrating, I'm becaming better but not at the levels I was capable prior to T
Sad to know.
Initially, I was also concerned about losing my career over the T. I even asked a question about it on tinnitustalk:
Overall, I feel I am getting habituated. I still lose focus, but I usually feel quite convinced that it is me and not the T 😂
@Breakfastisready it was you! I found your topic on the forum weeks ago. Evidently the anxiety is worse than tinnitus itself
Haha! Good to know that I am famous on other forums too.
Although I don't visit that place too much now. I feel I'm doing okay by myself and that place makes me think a lot about my T.
Reddit is a better place for support, IMO
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