Do you find your tinnitus is affected by weather?
You know, I've had about every test there is known to find out if there is any cause to my tinnitus. So far, zilch, nada, nothing. But one interesting fact is that this past Saturday it was cloudy and rainy and my tinnitus was loud as well as sound sensitivity, then yesterday it was about 50 degrees here in the Midwest and sunny and my tinnitus was low, sound sensitivity was low, felt pretty good. Then today its cloudy again and quite a bit colder and my tinnitus is louder and the sound sensitivity is there. Does this mean I need to move to a climate that is always sunny and warm? LOL! I think I could handle that if that were the case. But really, this is the only true pattern I see to my tinnitus at times. Anyone else? Judy
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