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SalFaz

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Has anyone lost 15-20db of sound tolerance over a few days? I don’t remember doing anything particularly risky that could damage a normal person’s ears, but I seem to have lost a lot of tolerance to high frequencies. Even the bath water moving around now is too sharp for me (around 55db) whereas 10 day ago I could muscle through 78db bath water running. It’s been bad since last Wed.

Feeling very depressed.
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Steve2017

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The depression will play a big part in it - there is a page on my website 'relaxation and stress relief' - maybe something on there that might help. Don't look at the virus theories on there, you don't need to be worrying about viruses, be aware of social distancing but don't worry, 'you' need to increase your mind focus for improved health then see if the sound tolerance issues persist, they probably will ease then if you haven't damaged your ears, you can look at retraining your brain to accept more sounds... But this will be a good start de stressing...  

http://www.strengthinminds.co.uk/

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SalFaz

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Thanks!
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Steve2017

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While SalFaz is looking into improving mind strength over the next few days - I would like to offer my time helping online on different forums. I have been on full pelt recently trying to lift the energy and mind strength of all my local shopkeepers and businesses, most recently with my 'we shall never surrender' poster as shown on my website regarding viruses for printing. 

So with me personally after being in top gear and suddenly as of yesterday being told to stop in by our Prime Minister, my T was up yesterday all day, up a notch, calmed it a bit now, so I'm here helping if anyone has any issues to discuss - my 'theory/knowledge' is that 'thoughts' increase/decrease T as do daily actions and well being - so anyone here has any issues please share with us all, and lets see what solutions are available, as in 'self healing' and avoiding professionals where possible.

This is 'not' to stop you seeing them, its just an alternative...   
 

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I have had stuff like that happen to me before.  Try Steve's idea of relaxation and stress relief (worry can actually make hyperacusis worse, at least for me).  Keep up sound therapy.
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