not experiencing this syndrome since I was about age 17! At that time,

I had about 5 episodes each of which was so loud that I jumped out

of bed. It was disconcerting, to say the least. Now, after all these years,

it has come back. So weird. ]]>

I have had a lot of stress in my life and I see that other posters as well say they do too. Must be something to it. ]]>

I don't get the exploding bang type of noise, but it does sound like 2 seconds after a flashbang grenade has gone off. When waking up it is quite notecable for a while and if very stressed it definitely gets louder.

For some people tinnitus can just disappear overnight after a random amount of time (sometimes months, sometimes years), docs never seem to be able to do anything much about tinnitus in my experience.

]]>So what can be done to alleviate this?

]]>But it was definitely on one side, I guess “in” one ear and a bit of faint high-pitched normal ear ringing ensued. Comforting to read these posts.

]]>Take a number uniformly distributed between 1 and 2. [real number].

What is the probability of picking exactly 1.5? Well it's ZERO!

There is a non-zero probability of picking a small range from [1.5-eps, 1.5+eps]. As eps->0, so does the probability!

Same argument applies for ANY integer between -infinity,+infinity]. (Infinitely more reals than ints).

]]>Great to know there’s a name for it! ]]>

Just a thought(your not a kid anymore)welcome to the old guy croud. ]]>

John ]]>