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Strange Noises In My Head~any help?

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posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 06:39 PM
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hi yummy it's been awhile. don't know if it's been mentioned already,
but the teeth can act as antenna. sea mammals teeth are set up this way .
i hope thats all it is for you.
the reason i clicked though was to share w/ you what's going on in my own ..
the snapping noise of celery that is used in martial arts movies.
sometimes when i turn my .. sometimes not. i don't know what it is but
it's been there the last few years. any body else?




posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 06:41 PM
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I have tinnitus and I hear a buzzing/sizzling sound and it gets pretty loud when there is no noise around to drown it out. So, i wouldn't rule out tinnitus because it can produce a lot different sounds not just ringing in the ears.

www.nlm.nih.gov...



posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 06:44 PM
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That crunching noise is smething I experience on occasion. I don't know what it is and it doesn't really worry me. I like to think of it as my pineal gland becoming decalcified but I know that's not it.


What is odd however is that as I was reading your post I glanced up and *snap* it cracked. I was like "...yup...experienced that one..."


 
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posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 06:45 PM
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Wow, celery noises! LOL..sorry had to laugh..Im picturing Kung Fu Hustle going on in your .....

Seriously though..is it in your ear, that you hear it?



posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 06:47 PM
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Originally posted by Aliengurl
I have tinnitus and I hear a buzzing/sizzling sound and it gets pretty loud when there is no noise around to drown it out. So, i wouldn't rule out tinnitus because it can produce a lot different sounds not just ringing in the ears.

www.nlm.nih.gov...


Yes, mine is sort of a sizzling..but it seems electronic..I dont know why I think that...its all I can relate it too..but its not a consistent sound..it has other sounds mingled in..but..I did see where on that site that alcohol can make you hear things..and I do like my beer



posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 06:54 PM
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lmao i know it sounds hilarious.
that's what it sounds like though . judo chop! yah!!! lol


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What is odd however is that as I was reading your post I glanced up and *snap* it cracked. I was like "...yup...experienced that one

you know what a relief it is to hear that some one else has the same thing going on. i just hope we both don't have blood vessels snaping in our .s.

[edit on 12-9-2009 by randyvs]



posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 06:57 PM
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Well, at least you can certainly be entertained!!!! Maybe Bruce Lee has reincarnated in your skull...



posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 07:06 PM
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Well, at least you can certainly be entertained!!!! Maybe Bruce Lee has reincarnated in your skull
you don't even know how funny that is to me.
i just yesterday changed my sig. from a Bruce Lee quote. LMAO
thanks a good belly laugh.



posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 07:13 PM
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Hi Yummy,

I have a form of deafness (wear two hearing aids that I just got this year) that causes me to have weird sounds in my .. I hear the ringing like from tinnitis or when you have a bad sinus infection, but also have other high-pitched sounds. The hearing aids correct it for the most part. The ears can make the sounds seem as if they are coming from inside your . because, well, they are.

Might want to get those ears checked out. You can also have nerve damage to the ears that can cause sounds in your ..

Hope this helps and good luck!!

I_R



posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 07:16 PM
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TY..yes...I will make an appt with the doc...I mean...at least I'll know if its anything medical



posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 07:30 PM
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could be tintinus (ringing of the ears)?



posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 07:35 PM
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Go find a place to live in the mountains for a while ...

The higher altitudes and cleaner air may help you ... plus all the 'going up and down' in terms of altitude really 'works' the ear canal, which in your case may be all plugged up with stuff as a result of whatever's in the air where you live ...

Lots and lots and lots of people are experiencing this porblem ...

Anyway, what I've shared has worked for me ...



posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 08:54 PM
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Originally posted by visible_villain
reply to post by Yummy Freelunch
 

Go find a place to live in the mountains for a while ...

The higher altitudes and cleaner air may help you ... plus all the 'going up and down' in terms of altitude really 'works' the ear canal, which in your case may be all plugged up with stuff as a result of whatever's in the air where you live ...

Lots and lots and lots of people are experiencing this porblem ...

Anyway, what I've shared has worked for me ...


If I had the means to live in the mountains..Id soooo be there! Unfortunately..im a single, poor mom...lol
But..if I win the lottery..I sure will move there ..



posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 08:54 PM
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Not really a ringing..no...wierd, garbled electrical noises...



posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 09:06 PM
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Is there any pressure in your ears? Are they ringing? Could be a number of things...however most of them are explainable and treatable. Could be anything from an infection in your ears to a jaw problem. I would certainly get it checked out...a Dr. visit shouldn't cost you that much compared to the cost of a surgery.



posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 09:36 PM
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I've had tinnitus (ringing in the ears) almost my entire adult life. Both ears, two different frequencies. It's perpetual, 24-7-365, and I haven't heard actual silence since I was 12 years old — which is about 37 years.

As a child I had exceptional hearing, high-frequency hearing, even hypersonic hearing... I could hear hypersonic motion detectors and other sounds that only dogs could hear. Proved it on several occasions, much to the consternation of the adults.

Then, at the age of 12, I had this dreadful experience down at a gun range — a big rifle with an oversized cartridge discharged right next to me, and the concussion was just right, I suppose. Burst both my eardrums. Took weeks to regain my hearing, and I only really regained partial hearing.

I totally lost my high-frequency hearing, needless to say, and acquired this perpetual tinnitus.

Couple of months later, to my astonishment, I discovered that I had gained a new hearing ability, the ability to hear really really low frequency sounds. I could hear the engine of an automobile, for example, a couple of miles away, and tell you whether it was a car or a truck and how many cylinders were in the engine. Bizarre.

Anyway, as this pertains to the OP, on occasion my tinnitus will act up, become more intense than usual. The two frequencies of my hearing will kind of crossover (for you sound engineers out there), and I'll get these bad ass harmonic distortions. Almost sounds like a modulated voice heard from off-frequency, like hearing a voice bleedover from another channel.

Yeah, it sounds like a vocoder voice, a synthetic voice, but there are no recognizable words or phrases, just muffled and distorted modulation. I attribute it to the injuries I received 37 years ago.

Have you ever had a hearing-related injury? Loud concert? Gunshot? Warehouse or industrial noises? A lot of people suffer hearing damage and don't even realize it until years later when they suddenly discover they can't hear a certain frequency anymore.

For example, I can no longer hear the timer alarm on my oven at home. My wife will say, "You can't hear that?" And I'll put my . right next to the oven and not hear anything. Apparently, the alarm is ringing at the exact same frequency as my tinnitus. So I don't hear dick.

— Doc Velocity



posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 09:58 PM
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No..no pressure at all...no pain..nothing that seems out of the ordinary..I rarely ever get .aches...just every few days I get these "astronauts" in my ....lol



posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 10:00 PM
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Wow..thats terrible that both your eardrums burst! Do they ever heal back normally?

Yes..Ive gone to many concerts as a youth..in fact..I was at The Who..who at the time was the loudest rock band...and after a Ted Nugent concert..I swear..my ears rang for an entire day..we had to yell at each other in the car on the way home..sighs...the good ol days!!!

That shows my age, too...lol..most kids today dont even know the Nuge!!



posted on Sep, 13 2009 @ 05:46 AM
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It could be many things, but don't fail to look into the Tavistock designed systems. Those shown at this timing in the video (1:23) are over half a century old, give them credit for improving the technology since:

www.youtube.com...

Do you have any thoughts or activities which might be displeasing to the establishment? Have you been posting at ATS for a while?



posted on Sep, 13 2009 @ 04:28 PM
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Originally posted by Getsmart
It could be many things, but don't fail to look into the Tavistock designed systems. Those shown at this timing in the video (1:23) are over half a century old, give them credit for improving the technology since:

www.youtube.com...

Do you have any thoughts or activities which might be displeasing to the establishment? Have you been posting at ATS for a while?


Im sure I have thoughts and actions that are displeasing, since Im totally against them..lol...but I dont think Im important enough for them to bother with..im just some poor single mom living with a bunch of cats..



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