Mine goes in phases. Sometimes my ear drums thump at contact with any loud enough sound. Sometimes when I'm laying down my ear shifts frequencies like when you turn on a TV. I'm just glad I got it at a young age because it doesn't bother me at all.
does anyone here experience auditory hallucinations late at night? it happens fairly often to me. i'll be laying in bed and i'll hear what sounds like insanely loud static from nowhere for a half second, and then it's gone.
Since I started to listen music at the highest volume, I'm getting the ringing noise frequently. And I'm becoming more aware noises, like plates, people breathing and mouth noises in general, they are becoming pet peeves of mine. It's annoying af and I'd rather eat alone now.
I'm really into Noise and i think having a high pitch ringing sound in my ear permanently would be awesome. You might think I'm joking, but I'm not. It's like making the choice to get a tattoo, you only do it if you're committed enough. I've thought about it for a while, and i think I'd really like to do this.
>>55648730 I've been getting that a lot lately and it's starting to freak me out. Usually just in one ear. It's like all sound dims for a moment then fade in with crazy clarity. Hard to describe, not sure what the deal is. You know what it is? >>55648392 That was pretty hilarious tbh Pretty sure he was being genuine too, dude is an idiot
>>55648994 >17 (19 now) >mom's mom lives with us because fuck nursing homes >share a room with her >wake up and decide to try to get into a hypnogogic state because I hear I can have an "OBE" that way >lay motionless >nothing's happening >getting bor-HOLY SHIT WHAT IS THAT? >mfw i hallucinated a giant slug/worm creature the color of sickness (like boogers and vomit, but with some grey as well) towering over me like it's in attack. >mfw in my hallucination my grandma is propped up on one elbow in her bed, commanding the worm to feast, but not maliciously. More like, to her the worm is a kitten and I'm a moth.
>>55650035 That happens to me once in a while too. I think I read somewhere that you detect sound with a bunch of of microscopic hairs inside your inner ear, and that the "fuzzy" noise is just when one of those hairs falls out. I wouldn't worry about it.
I have T for a very long time, I think I got it when I was around 7 or so. I always thought it was normal and something you 'hear' when there's nothing to hear, like your ears being hyper sensitive or something.
That being said, it doesn't bother me much, not even when I'm sleeping because the fan or the air con usually masks it.
I still wear earplugs to gigs though, I don't want my T to flair up and stay that way permanently.
>>55651332 I produce music so I sit usually with music or sound on ear 4-6 hours aday.
I usually slap a eq on my master bus and pull it 30 db down, just so I'm not tempted to go louder than 65-75 db in my headphones and dont go any louder until mixing/mastering
I would have used monitor but my apartment have absolutely terrible acoustics beyond repair.
I also try to take atleast 15 min breaks for every hour.
Still, my ears get dull after a long session.
>Like, did you guys thrash your ears concert, didnt have plugs and two of my favorite bands at the time was playing, went into the mosh pit and came out two hours later and everything sounded like a low quality 96kbs mp3 and 1 day later the ringing came and never left.
>>55651905 I dunno, I'm not that knowledeable about earprotection
But I do know If you're serious about earprotection and go to shows frequently, you should get custom earpieces. Costs like 150-300 dollars but wearing them is like someone just took the volume knob and turned it down 20 db and every frequency is evenly represented.
But the ones you've bought seem all right.
The 96kbs mp3 was just immediately after the show, my hearing returned back to normal and I've had a couple of hearing tests after that with perfect scores.
>>55650101 I actually love sleep paralysis. The last one I felt was my strongest experience. I felt like the world had crashed against another planet and I could feel my body vaporizing and each atom of my body was shooting out from every direction. I woke up exhausted.
I get sleep paralysis most nights. It used to be absolutely terrifying, but now its just a minor annoyance. Like shit, I'm paralyzed again. Make sure you are as comfortable as you possibly can be cause one limb or your neck out of position can get really annoying.
I can break out of it by gradually moving... like move your finger tip, then whole finger, then wrist, then elbow, etc.
>>55652425 Not sleep paralysis, but I always wake up with no blood flow in me left hand, and sometimes both hands if it's bad enough. I need to move my fingers around a lot to get blood flowing through it again every morning, and it's become a regular routine that I have to do before I get out of bed. It's worse in beds that I'm not accustomed to, and sometimes I can't even move my fingers when it's really bad. The worst it's been was in a hotel room toward the end of last year and my entire left leg was like that. It was painful.
Surprised no one has posted the tinnitus cure here yet. Put your palms on your ears, fingers across the back of your head. Slide your index fingers across your middle fingers so it hits the back of your head (kinda like snapping your fingers). Repeat 10-15 times
Had it a few years in both ears. You get used to it
The last few shows I've gone to I've worn ear plugs. Just cheap ones you can buy on Ebay. I can't recommend them highly enough guys, they work really well and during a show you hear the low end way better
>be me, at 17 >at Mindless Self Indulgence show >standing sort of near PA speaker >guy does mic check >PA explodes with the fury of ten chapters of Noise Marines, starts smoking >temporarily almost deaf >don't realize it until I go to bed several hours later >text friends because I'm freaking out >they make fun of me >still have tinnitus 8 years later
I will shit on them forever, every time they complain about anything.
i wonder if other animals ever get tinnitus, like from a thunderclap or something.
at least we can put a name to it and try to move on with our lives (or at the very worst, bitch about it on a Slovakian knitting forum). Imagine hearing it and living in constant fear that it's a predator or something
>>55652900 Cover your ears with your palms. Your fingers should be pointed back and resting on the back of your skull. Point your middle fingers toward each other at the very back of your skull. Rest your index fingers on top of your middle fingers. Using a snapping motion, flip your index fingers down off your middle fingers and onto the back of the skull. This motion will sound like the beating of drums. Because the fingers will also hit your skull, the noise may be quite loud. This is normal. Continue snapping your fingers onto the back of your skull 40 to 50 times. After 40 or 50 times, see if the ringing has subsided.
^worked for me the day after an extremely loud concert
Turns out it's muscle tension in my neck/jaw that makes a ringing sound in my ears and makes them sore and shit.
My chiropractor says i can get it to fuck off with excercise, which i've been doing for a couple weeks now. Im optimistic.
If anyone out there think they have T, but at the same time has muscle tension in the neck/shoulder area and their jaw sometimes makes clicling noises or something lile that, then there's a high possibility it's the same shit.
>>55648849 Holy shit, this happens to me sometimes. Usually it's just for a moment, but it can occur several times a night or not at all. It's also sometimes accompanied with bright flashes of white/greyish light, and honestly it's pretty rad.
http://knowledgeofhealth.com/lack-of-vitamin-a-may-be-overlooked-root-of-tinnitus-and-hearing-loss/ very interesting article. also use speakers instead of of headphones, because the sound is not focused. My father said his hearing has improved since he stopped using headphones.
Had tinnitus for 4 years. The year I got it it was unbearable and I couldn't sleep properly.
I've become accustomed to it know though and rarely notice it through ever day life. It only becomes a problem when I eat or drink too something which is high in sugar. But yes, I can't stress enough to people wear earplugs when you see bands live.
Kinda mild tinnitus I think it's pretty much the same as it's been for years, but as soon as you start worrying about tinnitus you notice it more and it seems louder. I had a real scare at the start of this year, and I'd go on walks listening to music because I was terrified that I would be deaf by the end of the year.
>>55652381 That sounds awesome. I think I've had several sleep paralysis experiences but the only one I remember is one time I "woke up" in the middle of the night. I was watching myself sleep, sort of orbiting around the bed and looking at myself. I couldn't move and I felt I was conscious. I felt terrified as if I just had a nightmare. I couldn't fall asleep again as I was terrified. It was this weird feeling of horror I've never experienced again.
>>55654751 >Imagine hearing it and living in constant fear that it's a predator or something That wouldn't happen. No animal would hear a constant tone and eternally think it's a predator. It would tune it out after a couple of hours at least.
>friends chase me with fucking firecracker-ish guns blowing it into my ear >get tinnitus >wanting to kill myself >same friends make fun of my tinnitus >call me a jerk for not hanging out with them one day i will kill them all.
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