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I decided to try little experiment to help get relief from Hyperacusis and to my utter shock it worked !

Hi everyone, I thought I should share this info with you because if it worked for me I'm sure it can for any of you. Firstly, this is no cure for the condition, Oh how I wish ! But it will, I'm sure, make it invisible to your senses. A bit like a magician's illusion is the best way to describe it.

You need a" Oasis Sound Generator" and two LARGE speakers plugged into it, and it needs to be placed next to a window with the speakers placed as far apart as possible .Next turn the sound generator onto " White Noise mode" then lay back and enjoy !

The difference between the small pillow speakers of the Oasis and the large speakers is unbelievable. I'd been struggling to get more than 5 hours sleep for some time using the pillow speakers, and every time I turned up the volume the hyper noise got louder which would in turn keep me awake. So I wondered what would happen if I attached two large output speakers into it. So I plugged the Oasis and speakers into the electric socket and then it was just a question of HOW LOUD ? To my astonishment ! I got relief at a very low frequency with the speakers and machine about 8 ft from where my head would rest on my bed.

The troubling drone ( buzzing noise ) WAS COMPLETELY GONE ! I just lay down on my bed, closed my eyes, and all I could hear was the sound of the SEA and a few bells in the back ground which I can sleep with.

The thing that surprised me most was the simplicity of it all, and I thought why didn't I try this ages ago ? Now my bedroom is no longer a place of dread despite a few more neurological conditions I still have to endure. i.e. sleep paralysis, Tinnitus and E.H.S.( exploding head syndrome) which thankfully I don't get as often as I used to.

I hope this info helps some of you, if you need any advice just ask and I'll do what I can for you. If you have Hyperacusis then this little trick works very, very well.