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that high pitched noise only you can hear

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User avatar #7 - TheOriginalNerd (05/26/2012) [+] (3 replies)
actually the brain is constantly trying to find noise because it somehow keeps humans sane. There is a room that blocks out 99.99 percent of all outside noise that companies like dyson use to test the quietness of their products. NASA used to train the astronauts to get used to the vacuum of space. On average people only lasted 45 minutes before they could hear their heart beat, stomach churn, or a debilitating ringing. It would explain why white noise and backround noise is soothing. read an article on yahoo, if i cant find it will post link.
User avatar #3 - TommyV (05/25/2012) [-]
Tinnitus affects a large portion of the population, somewhere around 15%-20%.
That's as common as one in every 5 people.
And it does not mean you have cancer, contrary to the tardness below.
#30 - Is that a nipple (05/26/2012) [-]
I don't think this "song of my people" 						****					 is funny anymore.
I don't think this "song of my people" **** is funny anymore.
#21 - theriddler (05/26/2012) [+] (2 replies)
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#23 - crazyllamax (05/26/2012) [-]
I always thought it was normal.
#2 - blademontane has deleted their comment [+] (1 reply)
User avatar #4 to #2 - logiblack (05/25/2012) [-]
I have the same problem, that means, according to comment #3, that I am one of 5 people. No that sounds unlikely. I think we can trust blademontane and we both have cancer. Get over it.
#40 - anonymous (05/26/2012) [-]
Is it just me or is having complete dead silence even more morbid than all of morbid channel..
#16 - anonymous (05/26/2012) [+] (2 replies)
Did you know, its your brain trying to repair its self but failing
User avatar #9 - Noah (05/26/2012) [-]
You might have Tinnitus. I have it and it sucks. Sometimes before I got to sleep I notice it and then I'm up for 3 more hours.
#31 - anonymous (05/26/2012) [-]
I got tinntus January 2011. I was only 11 >:(
User avatar #25 - miniwilliam (05/26/2012) [+] (2 replies)
I've had chronic tinnitus since the age of about 3-4 (I am 18 now) due to having multiple ear infections almost from the time of birth, and I had to keep getting it fixed. It also resulted in my eardrum perforating a lot of times, resulting in me having a lowered hearing, and said chronic tinnitus.

Don't worry, after a few years/months you get used to the constant very sharp high E note that you constantly hear.

I've gotten somewhat used to it, but the noise has left me with resorting to have the TV on constantly when trying to sleep in order to focus on the sound of the TV, over that of the tinnitus.
User avatar #29 to #28 - miniwilliam (05/26/2012) [-]
Then that might be the reason.

The eardrum never fully heals once perforated, it will become more and more rigid for each time.

Having multiple perforations in (for me) has caused mine to be very stiff and rigid.

Inb4 "That's what she said."
User avatar #22 - Unorthadox (05/26/2012) [-]
It's the cilia hairs in your ears moving around. The louder the ringing is, the more damaged the hairs are.
Weird, but true.
User avatar #10 - reactionfolder (05/26/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Yes, its Tinnitus quite a few people have it I heard me being one of them. Got it from having ear infections, blew balls but I've just learned to cope with it.
User avatar #14 to #10 - kingbulbasaur ONLINE (05/26/2012) [-]
Wow. I just thought it was that annoying sound that old television sets make, so whenever it started I assumed my neighbor was watching TV.
User avatar #5 - steil (05/26/2012) [+] (1 reply)
it means that your brain is reparing itself
User avatar #39 - kouzan (05/26/2012) [-]
Actually, the ringing in your ear is your brain trying to heal itself and failing. This is a fact, though it annoys the **** out of me.
User avatar #36 - Aspirin (05/26/2012) [-]
CRT TVs... the hissing sound pisses me off
#35 - anonymous (05/26/2012) [-]
my dad had that and it was a tumor
User avatar #34 - Awkbawk (05/26/2012) [-]
my people*
User avatar #20 - Loppytaffy (05/26/2012) [-]
Just what a wanted, a picture of someone's pinna.
#8 - anonymous (05/26/2012) [-]
I'm not the only one who has that? Thank God! And... it just started.
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