I’ve had similar issues with vibrations, and hearing sounds no one could hear

They all hear strange phantom sounds that no one else hears. If you are hearing phantom sounds, how can you tell which of hallucinations you are experiencing whether psychiatric or non-psychiatric? Although I am not a psychiatrist, here are two rules of thumb. Now get this, he also believes she has a vibrating device or machine that makes his floor vibrate. The ringing in my ears was so loud I could barely hear the diesel truck that was running outside! So that is normal right?. I’ve had similar issues with vibrations, and hearing sounds no one could hear. I don’t know that I’ve ever had sleep paralysis happen at night. I have had a very similar buzzing sound in my head and ears and a weird tingling feeling in my entire body. As I posted before, I heard a very strong noise, vibration, static, ringing, (maybe voices). No one else can hear this sound, means that sound does not exists, only inside my brain, not in my ears.

I've had similar issues with vibrations, and hearing sounds no one could hear 2Electrical problem (but had mains off and could still hear it)? I read about the possibilty of worn/loose washers causing a humming noise but it sounds no louder when right beside stop tap. I went for hearing tests and I’ve got perfect hearing. Also like when you can hear/feel the bass from stereo systems in other people’s cars. For others, it happens only when hearing a sound. One can infer there may be an issue by observing twitching of the eardrum under endoscopic magnification. I have tried the Sudafed and had no relief.

Yet, more often than not, no external noise can be identified. ‘People spend years trying to track down the noise,’ says Dr Leventhall. ‘The sound is always there, but I’ve learnt to live with it. I might never know what’s causing it, but I’ve accepted that this is part of my life and might always be. No More Censorship, Unlike YouTube and Others! A ringing sound in one or both ears can be both annoying and disconcerting. Ruling out any medical issues, hearing the ringing or high-pitched sounds is a sign of connecting with the higher vibratory realms. I’ve had instances where i’ve heard a voice in my head. I was sure that I was hearing the Hum. It’s characterized by a persistent and invasive low-frequency rumbling or droning noise often accompanied by vibrations. 10 of people can hear the Hum, and inside isolation is no escape.


I've had similar issues with vibrations, and hearing sounds no one could hear 3But since low-frequency sounds can travel long distances, you’re right that it could be coming from far away. You will no longer hear the bass noise and you will sleep. I know it is not because I’ve had tinnitus (in only one ear) for years and it’s never bothered me; it is a different sound completely to the dreadful war drums and droning hum that I hear. The issue about not hearing it outside is so common with LFN. Then with the right one I listen to the noise, sounds, birds, etc. Well it turns out that my ears are completely normal, hearing normal, everything normal. I can also hear the noise through the vent in the master bath, a ways away. There are a handful of days that there is no hum. My house also has a nonstop humming/vibration, except for one Sunday between about 12:30 pm and 8 pm. I’ve had these problems in two houses now — hums and hearing something akin to voices or radio (especially when it is quiet at night. I often hear old tv’s high pitch sound while nobody else can (even same age/younger). I’ve had HP and HG images frequently my whole life, and I compose songs before bed (HP) and sometimes I’ll wake up to a cheetah on my ceiling (HG). I’ve had tinnitus for over a year which started after taking anti-depressants. The strange thing is that it goes away when I hum and when I hear a plane taking off in the distance, although it then comes back immediately. I didn’t post about it because I thought no one has it:eek:. My low hum sound started after hearing loss of low frequencies. Similar Threads. If a tree falls in the forest and no one is there, does it still make a sound? If someone is there to hear it, it makes a sound, if not, it causes rapid movement of particles. I’ve always thought the point of this question was: if there’s no way to establish whether there was a sound, then it ultimately doesn’t matter.

I’m Plagued By A ‘hum’ That No One Else Hears

The Bristol hum has blighted sufferers in the city for decades – but what is behind the elusive buzzing noise? The problem has persisted for years with residents complaining of sleep loss and headaches with experts claiming traffic and factories were to blame. No one in my family can hear it but me. I’ve been hearing this noise for 5 years or so, and in three different houses near the same area in east London. I’ve had a long history of ear problems though–I almost constantly had PE tubes in my ears when I was a kid, but my hearing loss predates even that. Yet I can hear my phone vibrate from several rooms away, and can listen to headphones at the lowest setting if there’s no other noise in the room. Nthing the sensitivity to quiet sounds no-one else can hear and the difficulty following speech if I’m not already paying attention. I’ve heard of it) and very similar symptoms to those that you describe. Modern media has made us used to hearing sound along with visual display, so we sometimes believe we are hearing things even when there is no actual sound. Yeah, I’ve had that for as long as I can remember. I noticed the sound one evening about a year ago. In turn, the eardrum vibrates, and these tremors are picked up by the three tiny bones in the middle ear: the malleus (resembling a club), the incus (shaped like an anvil), and the stapes (similar to a stirrup). Some people with normal hearing develop spontaneous tinnitus when placed in total silence; this is believed to be a response of the auditory cortex to the abnormal absence of all ambient sounds. It can’t tell us, of course, but it has constant buzzing in the ear, and we know that although it hears, it doesn’t perceive the silent gap because of tinnitus.

Can’t hear well out of it. However, the ringing and noise in my ear that I had before is now intensified since the surgery (its been 3 days now since surgery). I’ve searched and I’ve seen no one have the same. 2 loud roaring vibration sound in ear and hearing distortion. I’ve had the most distressing symptoms over the past week, which sparked my biophysics curiosity. The high tones in their voices sound weird, mechanical, and like they’re vibrating in the very back of my left ear. When the tuning fork is held on the bone behind my ear, it’s similar loudness in both ears. No related posts. And nevermind the hearing issue since I wasn’t clogged with wax there. No one was, but I kept on hearing the noise intermittently for a few hours. I thought perhaps my upstairs neighbor had a cell phone on the floor and I could hear it vibrating — it sounds like a cell phone vibrating in another room. I heard similar sound and thought it was my neighbor washing maching and it is louder when you go to the sub ground level (basement). I’ve always been a very deep sleeper and have never had this issue, but had to mention this. Is there anyone that has a similar story or perhaps knows what’s wrong? Any help would be greatly appreciated, sorry for the long post, I just wanted to give as much detail as possible. I’ve been having the same problem, so it’s good to hear there’s other people out there with these same symptoms I don’t know when I started getting that ‘broken speaker’ sound, or what happened, so that was really interesting to readDid the muscle happen to be the Tesor Tympani or Stapedius?. Ears damaged by disease or loud noise can develop slight shifts in position of the tiny bones, the muscles, or the eardrum, even. Both hearing tests came back perfectly normal with no hearing loss which I guess is a plus. Updated to IOS 6 yesterday and now I am having trouble hearing the text swoosh or whatever it is called while in a converstation the sound you hear when you send one or recieve one. Jrgbubba Sep 20, 2012 4:45 PM Updated to IOS 6 yesterday and now I am having trouble hearing the text swoosh or whatever it is called while in a converstation the sound you hear when you send one or recieve one. I went into the message settings to try and set a vibrate tone for when recieveing a text and It won’t even vibrate when I click on an option or click to create my own vibration pattern. I’m actually having an issue similar to yours. I’ve done all of those things and still no change. Researchers also reported hearing a sound before the S waves were recorded; this turned out to be the arrival of the P wave. Sometimes the quakes boom even when no vibration is felt. Hearing aids make sounds louder and clearer, they don’t give you perfect hearing. They come in all sorts of different sizes and types, but they all work in a similar way. Count how many sounds you can hear and make a note of what they are. I had always chalked this up to my hearing issues, but it is good to be introduced to the idea that there might be a positive reason for my preferences!. (I’ve also heard that ringing on just one side, left or right, denotes a positive or negative thought or conversation about you. I constantly want a connection with my spirit guides, but no psychic has been able to help me recognise who my main guide is, they keep taalking about different ones every time and its really confusing me as i want to build a relationship with my main one that has been with me since birth.