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noises/whispering as im trying to sleep

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posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 07:36 AM
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Id really like to hear from somebody whos had similar.
For about 6 months now ive had this problem when as im trying to sleep most nights(not all but most), i am hearing what sounds like a clicking or a hissing or even a beeping noise really quickly in my ears.
Sometimes i even hear a quick whisper.
Everybody in the house goes to sleep way before me so it is not coming from another source in the house.
It is getting rather disturbing
I dont suffer from `paranoid` or `skitz` or anything like that and i am perfectly mentally stable.

Any suggestions or similar experiences greatly appreciated.

Ps must add ive had electrical appliances turn themselves on when not pluged in, and a few other paranormal things happen to me both when im at my parents and mine.




posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 07:44 AM
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i've had similar experiences and they have stopped.

for me they stopped at the same time as i dumped my electic alarm clock radio and invested in a wind up clock and took a break from smoking illegal stuff for a month.

i think it was a combination of the electro magnetics from the clock and inebriation, but i won't discount the idea that the rythmic ticking of my new clock soothes my troubled mind.

just my personal experience.



posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 07:54 AM
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The only thing that comes to my mind is tinnitus, which is a beeping sound in the ears. You may have popping or clicking sounds in the ears with the onset of tinnitus. Look it up on google. Its noticable at night time and not the day because at night its very quiet. As for the whispering...probably just your imagination.

Hope that helps



posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 08:33 AM
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eufoseekere,

You don't think you're crazy but . . . how do you know? Paranoid schizophrenics believe that their delusional world is real. Maybe you're totally batsh!t insane.



j/k, tinnitus sucks



posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 08:35 AM
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reply to post by eufoseekere
 


It is probably the CIA using HAARP to send the "You must love Obama" signals.

Do you have a desire to cover your back with Obamas likeness?



posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 08:47 AM
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I think you need your ears syringed. You may have a build-up of compacted wax in your ears. It produces all the symptoms you have mentioned in your OP. In summary, go see a doctor tomorrow. It's a short, painless procedure! Go to it!

IRM


[edit on 24/2/09 by InfaRedMan]



posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 09:01 AM
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i have had tinnitus for 12 years, 2 years ago i had a simular event happen to me, except i heard more of a growling sound. it was loud enough to wake me up at times. it was no way tinnitus. i had come to find out my son had a struck up a friendship with a self proclaimed devil worshiper at that time. he would bring him home here and try to introduce my son to the other side. we banned this guy from our house and used prayer and faith to clense our house...and it has never been heard again. thats my experence, but it could also be;
Due to the creation of random, residual magnetic deposits and binding within the biological systems of the body (nervous and lymphatic systems damage) which can ultimately affect the neurological systems (primarily the brain and nerve centers), longer-term depolarization of tissue neuroelectronic circuits can result. Because these effects can cause virtually irremissible damage to the neuroelectrical integrity of the various components of the nervous system, ingestion of microwaved foods is clearly contraindicated in all respects. Their residual magnetism effect can render the psychoneural-receptor components of the brain more subject to influence by artificially induced, microwave-radio-frequency fields from transmission stations and TV relay networks. www.createyourhealthyhome.com/microwave-ovens.htm i



posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 09:14 AM
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I've had the experience on and off for years. I also have a mild sleeping disorder from time to time. They coincide with periods without quality sleep, late nights, early mornings, heavy nights etc

The breathing I've heard in my ears is my own breathing. Buzzes, taps, knocks on the door etc. At times they can be startling, but all they are is the ears and the brain not speaking to each other because one's trying to sleep!

Check out IRM's suggestion because it's easily valid. A number of guys will turn up and say you're;

Bi Polar
Schizophrenic
Haunted
Possessed by demons
Mistaken

Mild sleeping disorder or blocked ears are the likely options



posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 09:19 AM
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Originally posted by eufoseekere
Id really like to hear from somebody whos had similar.
For about 6 months now ive had this problem when as im trying to sleep most nights(not all but most), i am hearing what sounds like a clicking or a hissing or even a beeping noise really quickly in my ears.
Sometimes i even hear a quick whisper.
Everybody in the house goes to sleep way before me so it is not coming from another source in the house.
It is getting rather disturbing
I dont suffer from `paranoid` or `skitz` or anything like that and i am perfectly mentally stable.

Any suggestions or similar experiences greatly appreciated.

Ps must add ive had electrical appliances turn themselves on when not pluged in, and a few other paranormal things happen to me both when im at my parents and mine.


Hey there,I do have the same thing, but it is more speaking than whispering. been around for ca. 6 months. I hear grownups and children.
Some times low voiced, not whisper but low in volume if you wish, others are screaming as in very loud and clear.. In addition to that I have peeeping in my ear wich varies very in volume, sometimes it is very loud, I even jump when it happends cos it feels like Im getting hit with a bat in the head.. This is after I have gotten to bed, and sometimes it feels like some one is stikking their finger in my ear, cos it feels warm and blocks the sound in the room ...

Ps. I'm not in an institution or any thing, just an working man...



posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 09:20 AM
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When i lay down i can here a really weired whispery/humming sound most nights -it's the fan in the fridge, sometimes it gurgles too. Oh and my chimney groans at night as the wind blows over it.

In a quiet place / the dark our ears turn the volume up to listen out for tiger footsteps - if you don't like it then maybe play some mellow music or an audio book -hehe not the radio because you'll be on the verge of sleept and some advert will boom 'PROSTATE PROSTATE PROSTATE' at you
hehe or george norey will say something interesting and you'll suddenly sit bolt up right amazed -haha ok so that's not going to happen any time soon


edit to add: oh yeah and as said when you're on the verge of sleep your brain just makes stuff up sometimes, its normal.

[edit on 24-2-2009 by NatureBoy]



posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 09:23 AM
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Auditory hallucinations prior to sleep or in states of relaxation are fairly common; on ATS alone, I've read several enquiries into this subject in the past month or so. I tend to have them when I'm sick or unusually stressed, though they can occur for me without any apparent cause. The sounds range from whispers to electronic noises to wildlife sounds--it can be anything, really. I am able to distinguish between the hallucination and what is real, and they haven't yet had any significant effect upon my ability to get a good night's sleep, so I don't feel the need to see a specialist. These hallucinations are sometimes symptoms of a sleep disorder or mental illness, so I would advise seeing a specialist if you are having any significant problems related to this. Otherwise, try to limit stress in your daily life and settle your mind before sleeping--this may help.

I found an informational link that might be useful: www.sleepassociation.org...



posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 10:42 AM
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Try this experiment.

After you have settled into bed relax as completely as you can and keep still.

Now examine each room in your house for sound.

Don’t start in the room where you are because you might contaminate the samples.

After you have listen for and can recognize the sounds coming from each room, including the one that you are in you might be able to identify the sounds as you start to drift off.

Not to make light of your problem but I was hearing soft voices off and on at night when I knew there was nothing in my house that could possibly be causing the sounds. This went on for so long I just chalked it up to a sleep waking anomaly. One morning about 3am my RR would not be put off so I got up to let her out to do her business. She hates being out when it is that dark by herself so being the well trained owner that I am I went with her as she went to find that special spot to go make. While standing there in the woods in the middle of the night I heard voices. I didn’t panic but I did do some fine automatic calculations on how far the voices were from me and how far was I from my 12 gauge which was safely tucked away in the house. While listening I realized that the voices came and went in an odd way. After walking closer to where I thought the voices were coming from I realized that the voices were coming from a radio. A radio that was about 3 miles away at my neighbors home which is actually behind my house. I had to laugh because I had forgotten just how clear and how far sound can travel out here in the middle of nowhere.

I say all of this to say that sometimes the sounds are not just in your head. Your environment is a lot nosier than we realize.



posted on Feb, 25 2009 @ 01:58 PM
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I fully entertain the possibility that this may be paranormal.

I myself have been awakened by someone whispering my name in my high school years. I NEVER told anyone about it because I just assumed I was dreaming, even though I could swear it was someone in my room whispering to me. A week or two later I had a friend spend the night. The next morning he told me about a voice that woke him up whispering MY name.

Explain that with a mental disorder or ear canal blockage. It only happened to me once - If it was environmental, you would think that it would be somewhat repetitive.

You could be crazy. Feel free to proceed on the notion that you are completely sane though.



posted on Feb, 25 2009 @ 02:22 PM
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If these auditory hallucinations happen only when you are going to sleep it's most likely not because you are going crazy but you are probably experiencing hypnagogic hallucinations where you see or hear things at the onset of sleep. It's a common sleep phenomenon. I get them too where I hear voices and even have vivid dreams while I'm still half-awake and not fully even asleep. As for the "clicking" and "hissing" sounds that might be tinnitus and it may become more noticeable at night because there isn't anything (such as the tv, music) to drown it out.



posted on Feb, 25 2009 @ 03:50 PM
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it has to do with the human consiousness becoming more aware.

everyone very soon is going to start hearing eachothers thoughts on a global scale pretty quick.

its nothing to fear, most of it is just mindless chit chat between people mostly family and friends or anyone that you come in contact with.

i myself hear every1 and everything it means your more attune to the world.



posted on Feb, 25 2009 @ 03:56 PM
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Have you ever cleaned your ears ?

But to the serious side, go visit your family doctor and as some one mentioned earlier its nothing to be concerned abou.



posted on Feb, 26 2009 @ 05:35 AM
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Originally posted by eufoseekere
Id really like to hear from somebody whos had similar.
For about 6 months now ive had this problem when as im trying to sleep most nights(not all but most), i am hearing what sounds like a clicking or a hissing or even a beeping noise really quickly in my ears.
Sometimes i even hear a quick whisper.
Everybody in the house goes to sleep way before me so it is not coming from another source in the house.
It is getting rather disturbing
I dont suffer from `paranoid` or `skitz` or anything like that and i am perfectly mentally stable.

Any suggestions or similar experiences greatly appreciated.

I've experienced noises and voices while falling asleep. It's nothing paranormal, probably. Just your subconsciousness playing tricks.

Once I heard a voice say 'it will be much more peaceful for you' (meaning soon everything will be fine). I felt the source of the voice, it was a few meters away from me.

I also heard 'someone' ask 'who is this'. And other experiences include horrific screaming, etc.

However it is nothing to worry about. They're called hypnagogic sounds. Try reading this: en.wikipedia.org...



posted on Feb, 26 2009 @ 02:17 PM
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I have the same thing. But they think I have temporal lobe seizures.



posted on Feb, 26 2009 @ 02:24 PM
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Sounds like a daft question but do you listen to an ipod etc much & at a loud volume? It could be that your battering your ears and dont notice the damage until you go to bed and are in a fairly quiet enviroment - just a thought.



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