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Google: No results found for "experiencing pain from noises".

Discussion in 'Neurological/Neuro-sensory' started by PhoenixDown, Oct 16, 2011.

  1. PhoenixDown

    PhoenixDown Senior Member

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    Anyone? Anyone at all?
     
  2. Mary Poppins

    Mary Poppins PJ Princess

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    perhaps try a different search term like 'noise sensitivity'? Best wishes.
     
  3. Valentijn

    Valentijn Activity Level: 3

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    My theory is that excess excitatory neurotransmitters (as a side effect of inability to make glutathione) make us extra sensitive to sensory input, including noise.
     
  4. Wonko

    Wonko Senior Member

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    remarkable - I would have expected thousands of results from ear defender sellers, drum kit shops, whistle manufacturuers etc.

    google really is slipping, it's bad enough they have replaced all the results which might actaully match what people want but to also not produce nice sales links is rediculous

    edit - they've now fixed it - 1 result - this thread lol
     
  5. busybee

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    Do you mean Hyperacusis?
     
  6. SickOfSickness

    SickOfSickness Senior Member

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    http://www.hyperacusis.org/ has some good info. It lists some related conditions called Misophonia (odd name) and 4S, and others. Then it has 2 links at the bottom.

    When I think of noises being painful, I think migraines.
     
  7. Sparrow

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    Dang... I used to have some decent sites for this, but I don't remember where I've hidden them. Nothing all that helpful, really, though.

    I've had some sudden drops in hearing that never corrected themselves, and the last couple of times I had a period where sound was really physically painful to my ears (one in particular), and where sounds got really distorted (like broken electronics at first, with some lingering pitch problems - things still sound lower than they are in one ear). Thankfully those parts mostly passed. Was enough to spur me into doing some research, though. Unfortunately it seems like yet another one of those things that most of the medical community doesn't understand at all yet. I do recall that a few people had success treating the hearing loss with aldosterone or anti-candida meds (which sounds like a potential ME/CFS connection to me).

    I'm curious if anyone else has had an unexplained drop in hearing (seems very odd that it would be timed with the ME/CFS, equally weird, but not related), sound distortion, pitch distortion, or actual physical ear pain from sounds. It isn't something I've heard mentioned much in the common lists of symptoms, but I know we all have a lot of our own craziness. Would be nice to know if it isn't just me...
     
  8. ixchelkali

    ixchelkali Senior Member

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    "hypersensitivity to sound" returns over a million hits.
     
  9. rydra_wong

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    Supposedly magnesium fixes this. I take magnesium every day - 1 g. When I started taking DHEA 75 mg I was getting sensitive to noise on occasion but the DHEA caused me to be TOTALLY IMPERVIOUS to noise. I can blast my car radio as loud as the kids. Your DHEA:cortisol level governs how much stress u can handle and noise is a stress. This is all I know about it. Dunno if it helps
     

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