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Why Am I Very Sensitive To Noise When I Wake Up In The Morning
Noise sensitivity.: That is normal for many people.Get a more detailed answer ›
Depends: Probably because it is very quiet and you are not used to a quiet environment. It does not signify anything wrong with you. ...Read more
I am very sensitive to noise, and that disturbs me a lot when sleeping. How do I sleep without earplugs?
Controlled noise: Usually it is more startle that wakes people. So if you are sensitive to noise, I would recommend a sound machine or white noise (like static on radio) that you can control so it may drown out little noises that may wake you because they are "out of the ordinary and unexpected.". ...Read more
Today my ears are VERY sensitive to noise. They are ringing too. I also happen to have a cold. Can a cold cause tinnitus or is this something else?
Tinnitus: Probably caused by the cold virus. Swelling of the eustachian tubes creates pressure deficit in the inner ear area. It goes away when cold goes away. You can fasten to go away by trying some otc cold medications including sudafed if you are not alllergic and if no cotraindications with your healt conditions. Pharmacist can guide you. Contact me if you want more detailed information. ...Read more
Be patient: Although rare, after wisdom teeth extraction patients may experience migrainous symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, photophobia and phonophobia. In most cases, the sensitivity to noise is transient, resolving on its own after just a few days or weeks. ...Read more
My ears became very sensitive to noise. Air pressure in a moving car with windows down bothers my ears and I can't stand it. What's wrong with me?
Pressure on ear drum: This can happen for a few different reasons. The problem could be originating in your brain, such as in people who experience this as part of a migraine headache syndrome. More likely, it is a problem with pressure in the inner ear which can occur with allergies, or eustachian tube dysfunction. It can also happen when changing elevations quickly, like driving up or down a mountain. ...Read more
Though I've experienced mild tinnitus for awhile, lately my ears are VERY sensitive to noise throughout times in the day. Could earplug use cause this?
See an ENT: Hyperacusis is an over-sensitivity to sound. It has a central mechanism the way the brain perceives noise. There are a variety of neurological conditions associated with this condition. Unfortunately, there is no specific treatment for hyperacusis. See an ENT for evaluation, diagnosis and management. ...Read more
Noise sensitive.: With a sensitivity to noise, a given sound at a given volume would be more noxious than we would normally expect it to be. ...Read more
Ears blocked from na: Your ears are most likely blocked due to nasal allergies or a bad cold. This may result in an ear infection because of the blockage of eustachian tubes. Eustachian tubes allow air to enter middle ears whenever we swollow it is beast to consult your physician to start treating your allergies. ...Read more
I have times when I feel off balance and my ears are very sensitive to vibration (even the fan running). Is this from fluid? Sensitive to noise too.
Inner vs middle ear: If you had fluid in your middle ear, the biggest complaint would be hearing loss and ear pain, and seldom balance problems or noise sensitivity. The inner ear houses the balance organ, and when fluid pressure builds here, balance is affected & loud and vibratory sounds can be painful. You can be evaluated for both middle and inner ear problems and have your balance assessed by an otolaryngologist. ...Read more
Sinus inf & noise: As a rule, no. If anything, sinus infections tend to reduce your hearing because the same process of inflammation and congestion often plugs up your eustachian tubes, blocking up the ears, so the eardrums don't work properly. Sometimes, however, it is difficult to distinguish between a sinus infection and migraine headache. Migraine is a common cause of hypersensitivity to noise. ...Read more
Why not see your doc: If it is that bad and bothering you much, you should check-in with your doc. Ear infection can cause such symptoms. Since you have sensitivity to noise, I am concerned for possible early shingle in the ear--ramsay hunt syndrome. Which is a reactivation of chicken pox and can be treated...So, consult your doc. Good luck. ...Read more
I'm too sensitive to noise, my sister says it could be bipolar, I thought it might be aspergers or ADD. My neighbors drive me nuts. Any suggestions?
Sounds like: Sounds like you get annoyed easily so you would be wise to see your doctor for an appointment and a thorough evaluation. ...Read more
I have abdominal and visual migraine being very sensitive to light and not sensitive to noise shold I seek a second opinion?
Why 2nd opinion?: Are you lacking confidence in your doctor? Do you have communication problems? Do you feel ignored or dismissed by your doc? Maybe reasons for a change. But most neurologists could readily handle migraine problems, and both help you stop active headaches and prevent future ones. ...Read more
My ears are suddenly sensitive to noise, an AC unit, footsteps, men's voices. Almost feels like sound is surrounding me and hard to focus on.?
ENT: See an otolaryngologist if symptoms persist or worsen. ...Read more
What can cause being light headed, blurred vision, and hearing problems? With no headach. Also I can be sensitive to noise
Exam: You must be examined to determine the cause of of your symptoms. This may be a viral or the the begining of a bacterial infection. ...Read more
I am experiencing ear pressure, ringing in ears and sensitive to noise. I have allergies to pollen, dust. Etc Currently started taking Zyrtec. Dr.?
Have ear pain, sensitive to noise, and pressure. ENT said ear looks fine. This happened after I tapered off klonopin (clonazepam). Withdrawal? Take med to go away?
I am experiencing ear ache, sensitive to noise, touch, jaw pain, skin sensitive to touch around jaw and ear, head/neck pain history of neuralgia
And your question is: You did not actually ask a question. However I would recommend being evaluated by a neurologist. ...Read more
I was diagnosed with an ear infection at the er. The doctor put me on antibiotics. Did not help. I still have pain in my right ear. Sensitive to noise
Earache: This can happen from time to time. A patient is diagnosed with an ear infection, completes a course of antibiotic, but the pain persists. Likely reasons are: a different antibiotic is needed, a new infection began, the initial diagnosis was incorrect, and others. In all cases, a follow up exam is needed and a discussion with your doctor are needed. ...Read more
Need examination: You may require an examination and some blood work to answer this question (thyroid problem etc.)...unless of course, you were just in my daughter's Outdoor Survival Retreat Group that just got back yesterday after spending 24 hrs. In an outdoor tent with temperature sitting at 25 degrees F. Luckily she took thermal underwear with her! ...Read more
When I wake up in the morning my tongue is full of blisters, coated and very sensitive. The blisters disappear within 4 hours. What is this?
Don't know: I would suggest having a dentist with training in oral pathology take a look. Without seeing the lesion, reviewing your health, and possibly taking a biopsy it is difficult to offer an opinion... ...Read more
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