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    I have ringing in my ears 24/7, but after my daily walk/exercise my ringing is much less than any other time of day. I stays low for 60 to 90 minutes then it is back to where it normally is. I am just wondering if any one has any idea why?
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    How's your BP?

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    I do take a very small amount of diuretics, I take my BP daily and it is staying between 115/74 and 125/82. But now that you bring it up if I take my BP after my walk normally about 30 minutes after it is normally about 100/65 +- 5. Do you think that could be it.
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    JMO, after exercise your BP is going to drop which seems to correspond to the decrease in your ringing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Jake View Post
    JMO, after exercise your BP is going to drop which seems to correspond to the decrease in your ringing.
    Thank you Doc that was kind of what I was thing also.
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    In my case the level of ringing is often matched to my fatigue/stress level. The either of those on the rise often sees an increase in noise.

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