Strange Symptoms And High Pitched Noise

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posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 03:33 AM
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Just wanting to know if anybody has been experiencing this lately...

You know the sensor things that you can put on your house so that when a cat enters your garden, it will emit a high pitched sounds that will deter cats from going into your garden? Well, i know that most humans aren't able to hear them, but I, and a lot of other people can hear them, and I always hear the noise while passing houses that I know have the sensors. It's like really irritating tinnitus, but much more prominent and I can tell it comes from an external source rather than my inner-ears.

Anyways, lately i've been getting sudden attacks of a high pitched noise while at home, except the noise is very loud, and it's coming from my head/ears. I've also been getting bouts of dizziness that literally last 2 seconds, go away, then 10 seconds later, another burst of noise, then another 2 seconds of extreme dizziness.

I hate going to the doctor, so I asked my friend, who is a doctor, and they said that the "volume" of the noises aren't typical of tinnitus, and that any dizziness that occurs due to inner-ear problems are usually longer than 2 seconds, and do not happen in bursts while at rest, only when moving or getting up.

Extra bit of info, the noise doesn't seem to be coming from my ear, it's like i'm hearing it inside my head, but obviously sound is perceived through the ears so .... eughh.

Anybody else getting this? Or sharp pains in certain parts of the body? I seem to be getting some in my left butt-cheek and down the thigh.




posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 03:37 AM
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Do you per chance listen to anything with earphones or headphones? Also, how loud is this pitch when you hear it near these locations? It is not unheard of for humans to be able to hear these frequencies, I've heard a few things that age has to do with it, I can't say for sure the validity of that.



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 03:37 AM
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The pains sounds like sciatica.

As for the rest... ?



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 03:42 AM
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dwn the thigh? i have nt a sharp pain but a bruise type of pain but no bruise ?

i always hears odd noises from my ears or HEAD but i never mind it.

but i have actually been hearing it happening a lot lately very odd tho but no dizziness at all.

sometimes i can hear if a tv is being turned on or off around somenes house or even my house very odd.

sometime i just get high pitched sounds for a while which scares me cause idk what it is but i let it jsut rck



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 03:47 AM
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I don't use earphones often, no. Even on the occasion that I do use them, they aren't loud or anything


That's a good point to the last poster, when you turn on an old TV that has static rather than a blank blue screen, when you turn it on and you hear that high-pictched sound, it sounds exactly like that but much more prominent, and louder.

As for sciatica ... what is that
??



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 03:51 AM
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yes sir i hear that all the time its odd tho and i DO think its coming from our heads ther then our ears.



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 03:52 AM
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Originally posted by burntoast
yes sir i hear that all the time its odd tho and i DO think its coming from our heads ther then our ears.



Weird, could be the Government's EMP technology aimed at ATS-ers



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 03:54 AM
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Originally posted by domasio
I don't use earphones often, no. Even on the occasion that I do use them, they aren't loud or anything



Doesn't matter

The closer a sound is to the ear, the more elevated the pitch. It's the same general principle as why when you move away from the TV, the volume gets lower. You also should remember headphones and earphones are both enclosed, where a room in your home probably is not acousticly enclosed, and has lots of room for noise to scatter about.

Trust me bro, you're talking to someone who does nothing but have noise on in the background.

For that matter, the UHF levels of the devices which are used on dogs and cats can in some cases be quite damaging to your ears. If you are sensitive enough to have heard them, you might have something seriously wrong with your ears, in which case, you definately owe it to yourself to get yourself checked out. The pitch can cause long term or even lifetime damage.



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 03:54 AM
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or maybe we are a type of special human ?

im sure Not everyone hears that noise me and u hear tho cause i tlaked to a few friends and they look at me like a stupid ass



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 03:57 AM
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Many people actually acquire the affect of a high pitched squeal in their hearing by the age of 5. The reason for this is due to sensitivity of the ears. Any loud noise, or abnormal pitch causes a ring in the ear as sound vibrates within the ear itself. Typically though if it's gone on long enough, people do eventually drown it out. It's why I normally have sound on in the background, to drown the noise out, otherwise...I can agree, it can be quite deafening.



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 03:58 AM
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Originally posted by Shugo

Originally posted by domasio
I don't use earphones often, no. Even on the occasion that I do use them, they aren't loud or anything



Doesn't matter

The closer a sound is to the ear, the more elevated the pitch. It's the same general principle as why when you move away from the TV, the volume gets lower. You also should remember headphones and earphones are both enclosed, where a room in your home probably is not acousticly enclosed, and has lots of room for noise to scatter about.

Trust me bro, you're talking to someone who does nothing but have noise on in the background.

For that matter, the UHF levels of the devices which are used on dogs and cats can in some cases be quite damaging to your ears. If you are sensitive enough to have heard them, you might have something seriously wrong with your ears, in which case, you definately owe it to yourself to get yourself checked out. The pitch can cause long term or even lifetime damage.


Hmmm, I was always of the opinion that you would have to have very GOOD hearing to be able to hear higher pitched frequencies, as dogs and cats' hearing is classed as good to be able to hear them ... if i stopped being able to hear even regular frequencies properly, then i'd be worried ...



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 03:59 AM
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Im diabetic and i get that same high pitched noise and veritgo (dizziness ) if my blood sugar gets to high..peace,sugarcookie1



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 04:02 AM
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Not necessarily. You have to think of it also in laymans terms. How many years worth of damage have your ears gone through? I like to look at it as when you're born, everything is new, your senses are maxed, as you get older, you can train your senses to home in on things, but not necessarily hear, see, or sense others. This theory would work well with the idea of younger aged people being able to hear these frequencies.

The pitch impacting the ears should be treated the same way as any other loud noise is treated. Exposure can cause long term side effects including deafness later in life. Most of the time it can be remedied simply by keeping loud noises away, by padding the ears, but sometimes it may require more.

I should note if you could verify the emitter for the frequency was aimed at you, it could cause substantially more damage. Strain causes problems, whether or not they're apparent immediately is another story.



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 04:11 AM
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From what you've described, I'd like to bet that it is the beginning of Tinnitis - Have your ears syringed then see how it goes after that - an infection of the inner ear could cause similar probs. I don't understand why your Doctor friend hasn't suggested some investigations?

Get your Blood Pressure checked out too.

Are you taking any Medication that has similar side effects?

Are you a smoker?

Do you have any heart problems that could possibly cause dizziness?

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posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 04:13 AM
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Check your blood pressure and blood sugar. If all is well, have your ears examined and your hearing checked. If all is still well, it may be stress. Or maybe psychosomatic.
There are also a number of supernatural or metaphysical theory's but I never paid much attention to that. Too much fluff for me. Good luck.



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 04:21 AM
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I am a smoker, but my blood pressure/heart rate/everything is fine with me, I had a hospital check-up about a month ago.

Supernatural links? Hmmm, I did have that silly incident that I documented in a thread in the Paranormal Forum where I "invited" something into me and dreamt that same night that a demon entered me, and woke up contorted and called Jesus' name, even though i'm not religious in any way.

I somehow don't see that as a method of causing possible sciatica and high-pitched noises though



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 04:26 AM
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My tailor has a very nice line of tin foil hats. Would you like his contact details?

Seriously dude. I'll back you all the way on this one. Strength in numbers.

Just click on 'watch on youtube'
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posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 04:27 AM
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I find it worrying that someone would post about a likely health issue on a conspiracy forum rather than go to a GP. It's not as if it is going to cost the OP anything. Healthcare has already been paid for in our UK taxes.
Get checked out then post again if necessary.
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posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 04:28 AM
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Originally posted by domasio


Anybody else getting this? Or sharp pains in certain parts of the body? I seem to be getting some in my left butt-cheek and down the thigh.


I have been getting it it a lot lately, though I assume it is tinnitus. But also, that pain sounds like a sciatica, which I have had a few times in the last two months, but always on the right side. Last week I had something rather debilitating happen on my left side though, and have been more or less bedridden, as my back and left hip hurts so bad. I'm going to a doctor this afternoon and will see what he says, but I doubt there is anything "paranormal" about it, and our similarities in experience may only be coincidence..... but you never know, I guess.
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posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 04:48 AM
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Originally posted by domasio
Just wanting to know if anybody has been experiencing this lately...

You know the sensor things that you can put on your house so that when a cat enters your garden, it will emit a high pitched sounds that will deter cats from going into your garden? Well, i know that most humans aren't able to hear them, but I, and a lot of other people can hear them, and I always hear the noise while passing houses that I know have the sensors. It's like really irritating tinnitus, but much more prominent and I can tell it comes from an external source rather than my inner-ears.

Anyways, lately i've been getting sudden attacks of a high pitched noise while at home, except the noise is very loud, and it's coming from my head/ears. I've also been getting bouts of dizziness that literally last 2 seconds, go away, then 10 seconds later, another burst of noise, then another 2 seconds of extreme dizziness.

I hate going to the doctor, so I asked my friend, who is a doctor, and they said that the "volume" of the noises aren't typical of tinnitus, and that any dizziness that occurs due to inner-ear problems are usually longer than 2 seconds, and do not happen in bursts while at rest, only when moving or getting up.

Extra bit of info, the noise doesn't seem to be coming from my ear, it's like i'm hearing it inside my head, but obviously sound is perceived through the ears so .... eughh.

Anybody else getting this? Or sharp pains in certain parts of the body? I seem to be getting some in my left butt-cheek and down the thigh.


FINALLY! i have been waiting for so long for someone else to mention this. I know exactly what you are talking about. Being a musician i am very fimiler with tinnitus, and can tell 100% this is not tinnitus.
Many people or doctors will rule this of with some typical diagnosis but please do not listen to them.

I have been experiencing this for a year and have searched and searched and found nothing.

So i began asking myself for answers.
I am 98% SURE this noise we hear is an adjustment to a higher frequency.

Let me guess... its starts off really low and over 30s- 2minutes and it gets louder and louder til POP!
You enter a different state of mind.

Not sure how long you have been experiencing this but i cant tell you the feeling you get after the pop.
Stays a little bit longer each time.
Eventually it becomes more and more normal.
My mind resides in a completely different place now than it did before this started happening.
and i believe its only going to get stronger and stronger the more our body adapts.





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