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In Reply to: RE: Easily reversed posted by bigshow on March 09, 2017 at 18:37:39
I looked up digrastic muscle and stumbled across a blurb about the Masseter muscle and its pressure points, especially the uppermost area inside the cheek, closest to the ear.
After a few minutes of thumb in mouth, massaging and applying pressure to the Masseter, I'm hearing absolute silence for the first time in 30 days.
I still feel the need to keep it real here: there's no cure for Tinnitus, so it could be just a placebo effect. We'll see. There's no doubt that I clench my jaw most of the day, due to the physical nature of my work, and of course, there's stress. One thing I've noticed over the month is that I could manipulate the squealing sound by moving my jaw. I thought that was odd for a condition that is supposed to originate in the brain.
But thank you! I'll take the placebo effect anyday. Will let you know if lasting.
Not a god. Just sound therapy technique. Remove the cause remove the effect. Really glad it helped.
a little of it came back overnight, but still dramatic improvement. I've been told I grind my teeth at night occasionally.
Will continue doing everything possible to stretch and relax clenching muscles of the jaw.
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