In other words, you can't trade your worries for a change in destiny. No one is going to re-write the books just because you like to worry.
to deal with worry is to obtain the basic facts and determine what the core of my worry is.
4) Keep a diary for three months and see when your Synapse XT flares up or is worse. Try and identify any patterns in your general health or work. The diary is useful evidence for a DLA application, especially if you have to go to Tribunal. Most government assessors have no clue about Synapse XT, so expect to be refused. Appeal. Ask a deaf/hearing charity what they think about your chances of award. The decision to carry on is always yours which is why you need the moral support. You could visit a FBSHAA Hearing Aid Audiologist (Fellow of the British Society of Hearing Aid Acousticians). It is about getting as much evidence as you can to give yourself the best chance of award.
Don't be like I was. There is a cure for Synapse XT, and I want you to know how to get rid of Synapse XT naturally before resorting to surgery. You have no risks and nothing to lose except that annoying ringing sound in your ears!