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HAs anyone else been experiencing an increase in ringing sound in ears?

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posted on Aug, 22 2009 @ 09:02 PM
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I'm not sure whether I'm getting it more than I normally do, but I did have an odd experience a few days ago. Instead of ringing, I heard a noise in my left ear that sounded like a blend of white noise and a bug swarm. I'd never had that happen before, and instead of lasting the normal half a minute or less, this lasted 5-10 minutes. I was about to wake my mother up to bring me to the doctor, or hospital or something when it finally stopped.
I haven't been in the presence of any loud noises for a long time. The loudest sound I've been hearing lately is the sound of the jets flying overhead.
I'm not looking forward to hearing it again. It wasn't quite loud enough to drive me crazy, but it was persistant enough to annoy me.




posted on Aug, 22 2009 @ 09:43 PM
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Mine has become slightly worse since I made this topic. While I can usually ignore it, sometimes while I'm playing golf or trying to induce sleep paralysis for lucid dreaming it becomes extremely annoying. Theyve been ringing this evening for over 2 hours and I havent rocked out with my ipod for over a month. I dont know whats going on. If this keeps up Im gonna have to see a specialist or somethin. It never woke me out of a sound sleep, but it's a pain in the ass when I wanna lay down quietly. :bnghd:



posted on Aug, 23 2009 @ 01:12 AM
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Try speaking to whomever or whatever is there. Just say "Hello? I know you're here, but I don't know what you want. Please clarify."

And if you don't want any insteraction: "Hello? I know you're here, but I'm not ready to interact with you yet."

Let us know if that helps at all.

A lot of times, ringing in the ears is information being downloaded from your higher-consciousness for use when you are ready. Other times, it is someone from the other side trying to get you to pay attention to whatever is going on at that moment. So pay attention to what is going on or just happened around you, on the tv, radio, etc. It may not 'ring any bells' at that moment, but it may significant meaning that will 'ring true' at a later time.



posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 04:28 AM
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I have a consant high-pitched sound in both ears that i have noticed for the last 2 months. It never goes away and I just try to ignore it. More recently I have also noticed that voices on TV, mainly female, have a tinny, artificial, almost robotic quality to them. At first I thought my satelite dish might need its aim fine tuned. Then I noticed the same thing on other TVs, and even in the voices of many women and some men with tenor or higher voice ranges that I encounter in every day life. What is that all about?

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posted on Sep, 15 2009 @ 04:29 PM
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I had this for a few days just recently. No idea what from...I also listen to loud music quite a bit so it could be that.



posted on Jun, 7 2010 @ 09:06 PM
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I've experienced every variety of sound that people have described here. For people who hear it for awhile after leaving a night club, or after shooting, etc, I think it's pretty safe to say it's probably just that. And ringing in the ears is certainly something that does frequently happen hear and there, and the typical way is with either a fast build up to peak sound, or a sudden sort of 'ting!' that then quickly levels off and slowly fades. But these same effects can come from other things as well, and be replicated, produced, etc, by any number of energy sources. Unfortunately, as I am finding, this produces a but of a problem in diagnosing exactly which kind when trying to cope with it and stop it. I hear sound 24/7 and at too young of an age for it to be quickly explained away as anything it could be quickly explained away as. In addition to this I frequently, well, almost constantly, hear a number of other tones that come and go under the constant one, but sometimes are louder. Some people here have described things that raise some flags to me. People who have a perception of there being more than sound to it, but who are not jumping to any other ideas about it. They should ask themselves if the timing of this sound has been parallel to any great changes in personal appearance, sudden shifts in live that seemed to have no other explanations, sudden anything in their lives. And I don't think anyone should be told that anything is absolutely anything, unless there is cold scientific basis for diagnose. And I can say that sometimes sound is just sound, and may simply be to get your attention when something else is going on, or draw your attention to the sound, when something else is going on. And other times the sound can be more than just sound. And sometimes when the sound is just sound, there might be an intention to get you to think there is more to it than sound, so when the sound is removed, you no longer perceive whatever as being present. The ostrich effect of letting you figure out something is present, giving you a noticeable aspect to associate with it, then taking the noticeable aspect away to create the idea that the thing is no longer present. And what I've said here sounds very cryptic, but I'm trying to point people who describe things that sound familiar to me in uncomfortable ways, without over pointing. What I'm getting at is actually a pretty diverse bunch of things, and I'm still trying to figure out the specifics of what I'm dealing with myself. Sometimes sound is just sound, sometimes it goes with more, and sometimes it's more than one thing at once. When people say they answered the sound with a hello, seeming as if the sound triggered something in their brain that felt it was appropriate to respond to, or someone is saying that there was a message in the sound, this raises big flags for me. These people need to look for sudden shifts in their life, the mannerisms, their appearance, at the same time they started hearing sound. Also, look for things suddenly done together all the time, that involve a strong, sudden compulsion that every time you do one, you need to do the other. Rituals that are more than enjoying something, but feeling a compulsion. There is a fine line between psych stuff causing changes in life, and these changes not begin of a nature that really fits into a psych explanation. But the line gets pretty thick from farther back. Everyone needs to discover the specifics of their case on their own. Pay attention to any weird physical sensations, and google them with the sound. The key is really to cross reference. If you feel the need to google something like, "high pitched tones overlapping 24/7, bought new wardrobe, doing things in pairs uncontrollably, feeling like someone holding a hair drier to skin, pinprick sensations, sudden pressure in head, sudden forced sleep", good luck. My googling began with "unlock door with magnet" after someone talked about it near me in public.


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posted on Jul, 4 2010 @ 08:13 AM
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[color=C6AEC7]I occasionally get a loud ringing/beeeeeep sort of noise in one ear, tends to make me feel like I lose the hearing in that ear when it happens cos other sounds will then be off-centre, if that makes sense. But it only happens occasionally.

What I do have virtually all the time though, is a noise in both ears that I can only describe as a ssssssssssss sort of noise - I hesitate to call it a rushing noise because it doesnt change in intensity. If there are other sounds around me its harder to hear but at night or when everythings quiet, I hear it clearly.

No idea what it is though.



posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 04:30 AM
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YES! I have recently..let's say a month..have been experiencing short periods of ringing in my ears. It's kind of something you think briefly to yourself - how strange - then forget all about it the next second. The ringing doesnt last very long, a minute at most, but it definately has just suddenly began to be a frequent thing....






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