My grandma keeps hearing a buzzing noise when nobody else does

In about a third of cases the specific cause of the noise can be identified. I hear this noise my husband keeps thinking im on the same track. 7. I have had a very similar buzzing sound in my head and ears and a weird tingling feeling in my entire body. Get comfy as u fal asleep, thnk positive.relax and keep your mind does help.i knw its scary when it happens,but this realy helped me. No one else can hear this sound, means that sound does not exists, only inside my brain, not in my ears. When Superman’s ears rang at frequencies no one else could hear, it was usually bad news. The sounds you may hear range from ringing to buzzing, chirping, beating, humming, and roaring. Just keep an old tube TV on and everything will be fine.

My grandma keeps hearing a buzzing noise when nobody else does 2We normally tune out these noises so that we can concentrate or sleep. I have to put an earplug in my free ear or else I can not hear the customer clearly. Imagine if you could hear this all the time and nobody else could. The sounds described by tinnitus sufferers include ringing, whistling, rushing, whining, hissing, grinding and rumbling, while some liken it to that of industrial machinery, a vacuum cleaner or a jet engine. In my case, I can hear a high pitched hiss in one ear – usually my right – all of the time, it never stops. I grew used to the noise and after talking to my Granny (another sufferer) realised I had to accept it and not fight it. Tinnitus is described as a ringing, hum, or other static-like sound in the ears. Every so often I hear it but no one else does. My mother’s side is all Scotch-Irish (grandmother was 1/4 American Indian), and my father’s side is all Irish.

Are you hearing spirit voices, while falling asleep or at another time? From an early age I’d hear things that nobody else did. If you are scared and you don t want this to happen, then ask your guides to keep spirits from disturbing your sleep. November I’ve been hearing ringing and the sound of what seems to be wind in my ears. Your hearing gets progressively worse around the age of 20, so if you play a sound on the edge of your hearing spectrum, unless you have perfect hearing, you won’t be able to hear it at all. Im 12 and i can hear all of the sounds and my dog died when he heard it. It definitely sounds like a television buzz or that sound you hear while near some serious electronics I’m 30 and hear both clearly i guess everyone hearing degenerates differently electronic buzz used to keep me up as a kid. I agree with the tv thing ah! it drives me crazy!but no one else hear it the range thing soo cool i heard every thing but my mom who is 38 could not weird. Usually I can hear people talkng when there is no one there.

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Keep up the good work! But when I would wake up I would hear tapping all around my bedroom,somebody walking down my hallway and there would be nobody there. But when I would wake up I would hear tapping all around my bedroom,somebody walking down my hallway and there would be nobody there. I’m writting now because I just suffered an attack, but this time I felt a ice pick through the lip! I awoke highly shocked, (heart thumping) and I could still feel a prick in my lip lasting a couple of minutes, I’m just glad someone else is experiencing exactly as I do. It’s like a loud buzzing sound for me, like someone switched on an electric razor for 2 seconds. I keep hearing this low base sound, vibrating and consistant. I check to find out what is making the noise and I can’t find anything. Am baffled why no one else I’ve asked about this has experienced this. My sister also hears radios, and my grandmother heard the hum stating that it sounded like a train. Keep your eyes on the wasp, your senses alert. So next thing that came to mind was hairspray, but I didn’t pack any and the one my grandma has was in the bathroom. The mosquito is a very dirty tone, with lots of noise in it. But you guys who can’t hear the tones should keep in mind that it might not be your hearing. And I discovered that the persistant ringing in my ears is resonating at nearly exactly 13000. I am the youngest person at my office and no one else here was able to hear the ringtone. I need some feed back on this one! i’m 20 and I can hear an annoying high pitch? How about everyone else?. Great, I tested it, my mom & grandmother cant hear it. I was amazed because before I heard about this, I had an incident where I heard a buzzing noise from the tv that nobody else in my family heard and I just thought my hearing was too powerful and that theirs wasn’t good enough to hear it. We just keep it on vibrate. I’m asleep and wake to the sound of the doorbell or a knock. I do get up and check and find no one there. Nobody else wakes not even the dog who hears everything. The days are not significant to me.

Hearing Spirit Voices

At least once a week, my husband will walk into the room where I am sitting and ask, What did you say? And I’ll answer, I didn’t say anything. If this happens to you, or if you hear people talking, but no one is around, it’s a pretty good indicator that you may be clairaudient. Because of this, you may be sensitive to noise if you’re clairaudient. You may also hear buzzing, or feel your ears pop. Keep in Touch. A month ago I was on my couch when I looked up from my phone and saw something suddenly dash from the French doors of my living room. It is NOT Snow Plows (although it sometimes does sound like the rumbling of a Snow plow). Down on the floor was this glowing blue light – yet it wasn’t scary to me – other than the fact that it was there and nobody else was there to view it besides myself. Now I keep hearing a random little clink noise every so often, and I have all of the lights on and, the volume up on the TV and it is now 4am and I don’t see myself falling asleep anytime soon. It was some form of Arabic I would say from the sounds of it, and after a minute or two trying to interrupt the conversation, I suddenly got a thought about the connection to what I was reading. After my mother died I frequently had my phone ringing with no one. So, I did what anyone else would do, blamed it all on my own imagination and ignored it. I keep hearing lots of voices talking at once but no one will be around me. I was at my grandmother’s house and I was in her guest bathroom washing my face with my eyes closed. It started manifesting itself in anything that makes a humming noise, such as a bathroom fan, an out-of-tune radio station, an air compressor, the traffic noise coming from the freeway, an electric hairdryer, even the running tap-water in the sink! The list goes on.

My hearing loss popped in and out randomly throughout the week. Yes, excessive exposure to noise through DJing can (and does) cause tinnitus, however there are many things you can do that will significantly reduce, if not eliminate most of the risk. I returned from a music festival last week and my ears were buzzing. My advice: get high DB reduction musicians ear plugs and keep the volume down. Did you hear a child’s cry, a voice or unexplained sound? For example, I walked down the hall once and smelled the combination of flowers and cleansers that reminds me of my grandmother’s house and detected a presence in my bedroom. You can try to scream, but no sounds will come out. During sleep paralysis you may hear buzzing, static or even high pitched frequencies (or anything for that matter). And my eyes were flickering alot and i felt like struggling to keep my eyes closed. Reading everyone else’s comments is like being in a support group as no-one else I know can relate to this. My parents can’t hear it and neither can my younger brother. I have done a little google research and the closest thing to useful information I found was that it could be tinnitus, which would actually make sense seems how I listen to music at unhealthy levels and have had ringing in my ears off and on for years.

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