If you suffer from Tinnitus there is so much hope!

Rewiring Tinnitus is an exploration of Tinnitus treatment strategies that work.

I’m Glenn and while I’ve had Tinnitus for as long as I can remember, five years ago it became a much bigger problem when I was diagnosed with a rare and incurable inner ear disorder called Meniere’s disease. It’s a particularly nasty condition that causes vertigo, Tinnitus, hearing loss and the feeling of pressure in your ears.

Suddenly, my Tinnitus was no longer the quiet high pitched tone that I was used to. It was much louder, and layered with lower pitched tones and constant whooshing sound. It made it hard to fall asleep and even harder to focus. The noise steadily added to my already high levels of anxiety that I was experiencing over my diagnosis. It tormented me, day and night.

But that was then. Fast forward a few years, and I am happy to report that my Tinnitus no longer bothers me at all. Completely by accident, I stumbled onto several treatments that radically rewired my emotional, psychological, and physical response to the sound. Almost overnight, it stopped bothering me. And I know I’m not alone.

One way or another, many other people have found ways to live comfortably with their Tinnitus, too. And that’s a good thing because Tinnitus is a big problem. In the US alone, nearly 50 million people suffer from Tinnitus, according to the Center for Disease Control. It’s also the most prevalent disease among our nation’s Veterans, outranking even Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Worldwide, the number is estimated to be close to 600 million.

If you suffer from Tinnitus, I want you to know right now that there is so much hope. No matter how severe your Tinnitus is, or how bad things may seem, you can learn to live with your Tinnitus, too.

For the last 18 months, I’ve worked to support sufferers of Meniere’s disease and other vestibular disorders through my other blog, Mind Over Meniere’s, and as an ambassador board member for the Vestibular Disorders Association. Throughout that time, Tinnitus was always a common thread and something that I felt deserved more attention. I started this project to share everything I’ve learned along the way and to provide insight and inspiration to everyone out there who is still suffering.

Tinnitus is a terrible condition and there is not nearly enough good information available.

Too many people are told that they have no options, that there is no cure, that they just have to live with it.  There may not be a cure but there is a way forward.

You deserve relief. I will show you the way.

Your Tinnitus can and will get better.

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  1. When attempting to get started, a message came up that the website security certificate for the site was not safe and not to enter your site. I won’t proceed but was wondering if you have had this happen before, and if so, is there a fix. Thank you

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      Hi Theresa, it’s fixed now. I recently installed an SSL Certificate on the site to make everything more far more secure, and in the transition, a couple of the links got messed up. I actually noticed it this morning. But it’s working now!

  2. Hello Glenn,

    I have a loved one who is suffering from tinnitus and she hears two sounds simultaneously , could you be kind enough to email me your number, so I could talk to you for few minutes to explain it to you.


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