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  • RASIE 🦦
    Sep 30, 2022
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    world power

    Every now and then I hear a ringing in my ears and I curse the universe for allowing this to happen

    You're probably just losing frequencies when that happens, which is a natural part of aging. Usually happens the most in your 20s and 30s.

    Tinnitus is constant. 24/7. Not every now and then.

  • lioned 🤠
    Sep 30, 2022
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    RASIE

    You're probably just losing frequencies when that happens, which is a natural part of aging. Usually happens the most in your 20s and 30s.

    Tinnitus is constant. 24/7. Not every now and then.

  • RASIE 🦦
    Sep 30, 2022
    lioned

    Occasionally hearing high pitches for a brief moment could be caused by a handful of other things too, like pressure, something in your jaw being strained (cause your jaw is connected to your inner ear), and even just being dehydrated can cause ringing in your ears.

  • Sep 30, 2022
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    i remember how i got this s*** too i remember being like 11 and playing tap tap revenge 24/7 on the loudest volume for like a year straight i didnt know that s*** would permanently effect my hearing

  • KFA 🏛️
    Sep 30, 2022

    I got it when some firework exploded right next to my right ear.

    Now every single time I'm at a place where the sound is louder then normal my right ear will be ringing for at least 1 day, and loud af. Its so annoying.

  • Sep 30, 2022
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    Only notice it when I’m lying in bed at night

  • Sep 30, 2022
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    Toadie

    Only notice it when I’m lying in bed at night

    Everything gets worse at night. Tinnitus, hearing, love life

  • Sep 30, 2022
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    Had it pretty bad 2 years back, totally recovered now. I'm not even trying to be cautious literally use in ears all the time. Jus really really really avoid max volume it's the worst instigator and for headphones emphasize comfort above audio

  • Sep 30, 2022
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    Toadie

    Only notice it when I’m lying in bed at night

    That too but sometimes I feel like it’s all in my head. Idk if it’s there or not

  • Sep 30, 2022
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    or just get ear plugs @op

  • Sep 30, 2022
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    but nah after this last pair of wired earbuds stop working, I'm just gonna invest in some wireless headphones tbh.

  • lil ufo 🛸
    Sep 30, 2022
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    insertcoolnamehere

    but nah after this last pair of wired earbuds stop working, I'm just gonna invest in some wireless headphones tbh.

    should've done that at least 2 years ago

  • Sep 30, 2022
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    lil ufo

    should've done that at least 2 years ago

    Old habits die hard and i refuse to get airpods.

  • Sep 30, 2022
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    And also @lil_ufo sound quality is not nearly as good on wireless compared to wired.

  • lil ufo 🛸
    Sep 30, 2022
    insertcoolnamehere

    And also @lil_ufo sound quality is not nearly as good on wireless compared to wired.

    I started worrying about sound quality when I'm outside, it doesn't make sense, for me at least.
    There are many other alternatives besides airpods

    I used to rock Skullcandy Indy Evo until I lost them

    Quality was better than expected, bad this is the touch control, no buttons, which made it annoying for me.

    Now I use Sony WFC500G, not as good in quality as the above ones, but much better control and feel overall

  • ghosting ®️
    Sep 30, 2022
    wheatley

    Had it pretty bad 2 years back, totally recovered now. I'm not even trying to be cautious literally use in ears all the time. Jus really really really avoid max volume it's the worst instigator and for headphones emphasize comfort above audio

    i like airpods bc u can track the decible levels or limit them if u wan

  • Sep 30, 2022
    insertcoolnamehere

    or just get ear plugs @op

    I use ear plugs sometimes my ears still ring

  • Sep 30, 2022

    Louder than usual

  • Sep 30, 2022
    TsunamiPapi

    That too but sometimes I feel like it’s all in my head. Idk if it’s there or not

    Idk. Mine is there. Like if I rub my foot against the sheets I can’t hear it over the sound of ringing

  • Sep 30, 2022
    Invader HIM

    Everything gets worse at night. Tinnitus, hearing, love life

    Real

  • Sep 30, 2022
    999Wrld

    when you got on the school bus and realized u left your earbuds at home

    never happened once i was never lacking

  • Sep 30, 2022
    PainPapi

    i remember how i got this s*** too i remember being like 11 and playing tap tap revenge 24/7 on the loudest volume for like a year straight i didnt know that s*** would permanently effect my hearing

    U were locked in lmaooo

  • Sep 30, 2022

    i hope this s*** never happens to me i be putting my ears thru the ringer
    imma beatmaker i need my hearing

  • Oct 1, 2022
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    I have an extreme case of tinnitus, hyperacusis (sensitivity to everyday noise) and TTTS (ears flutter/rumble to certain spikes in noise)

    This s*** has completely ruined my quality of life, I have to wear earplugs for the most normal stuff like doing the dishes, taking the bins out and vacuuming), and the most depressing part of all is I basically can't listen to music anymore, any sort of music/sound coming from earphones or device speakers cause my tinnitus to spike and sensitivity to get worse as well as headaches.

    I'm 26 now but first noticed the ringing at around 15, after a good 5-6 years where I became accustomed to it and lived normally until I went to a really loud concert without earplugs and it has continued to get worse and worse since then.

    Please protect your ears guys

  • Oct 2, 2022
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    Realised the other day that some high frequencies in one ear are just replaced by a crackling sound, so that's distortion on top of the ringing and sensitivity

    Thinking of all my brothers ITT, please use headphones less everyone, there are so many things I can't do anymore, it's like losing an arm, loud bars, nightclubs, concerts, the cinema, all life experiences I can't have anymore

    If your lifestyle is making you think you might be at risk for it, take measures to protect your ears NOW, if you wait until it's too late the damage is IRREVERSIBLE, give headphones a break, listen to music on speakers, wear earplugs at concerts, it's all 'live fast die young' until your messed-up ears turn you into a senior citizen