Hi all, Months long lurker, first time poster! I have been dealing with what my ENT thinks is either SSNHL or (more likely, in his opinion) Cochlear MM since July 2020. I have moderate to severe HL in some of my low frequencies in the my left ear with lots of sound distortion and sensitivity, with only slight balance issues, but the worst part right now is the fluctuating tinnitus in that ear. The tinnitus is making is almost impossible to function at home and work because I can't hear over it much of the time, and am distracted by it the rest. I'm writing because the past two or three nights, I've been woken up by a screaming, 10/10 tinnitus in that ear. Last night however, I learned that if I sort of hang my neck/head at a certain angle, the tinnitus all but disappears. It hadn't really crossed my mind that my neck could have anything to do with HL or MM, but I was able to reproduce the results just a few minutes ago - using a pillow to rest my head seems to greatly reduce the tinnitus sensation to light hiss. Has anyone had any experiences similar to this? Is is a path worth investigating? My ENT is sort of old school, and in any event isn't particularly interested in my tinnitus, so I'm not sure how seriously he would take this observation. Any advice would be helpful!