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PostSubject: pulsatile tinnitus goes away with jaw thrust?   pulsatile tinnitus goes away with jaw thrust? I_icon_minitimeSun Dec 09, 2018 6:02 pm

I discovered something important last night.  It might be particular to me and my anatomy, but it might not.  I was laying in bed and I could hear the pulsatile tinnitus.  I thrust my jaw forwards just so that my teeth were together rather than my lowers being 3mm behind my front, and the whooshing was gone.  I pulled my jaw back again and the whooshing returned.  I went into remission with jaw surgery to advance my jaw by 1cm.  Maybe I needed another 3 mm?  I still do have intermittent symptoms but they are 90% better than they were.

the pulsatile tinnitus is the whooshing sound of the turbulent blood in the veins near your ear.  it is a manifestation of the resistance in your veins which leads to the pressure of CSF building up.  reducing that resistance should allow CSF to drain properly, by re-establishing the correct pressure gradient between the CSF and the veins.

If you can hear your pulsatile tinnitus, try this jaw thrust and tell me what happens.
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PostSubject: Re: pulsatile tinnitus goes away with jaw thrust?   pulsatile tinnitus goes away with jaw thrust? I_icon_minitimeThu Dec 13, 2018 8:28 pm

That is interesting. I have been having tinnitus again at night, especially when I'm really tired. I'll try it and let you know. Thanks Deb!
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