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Do Babies Get Used To Loud Noises
Everyone different: Some do and some do not. A sneeze is a very forceful expulsion of air through your upper air passages. It is bound to make some noise. But that noise can be partially suprressed (as in a thriller movie) or completely over the top as in a good comedy. ...Read more
Do VP shunts make a noise when they drain I've been hearing this suction like noise i want to know what im hearing?
I have ptsd. Is there anything i can do to stop these flash backs happening ? Loud, sudden noises usually trigger them.
If you are : Experiencing a great deal of dissassociation then both a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor and an atypical antipsychotic will likely be necessary. If you only have increased startle response to triggers then treatment could be less aggressive. Highly recommend cognitive processing therapy which is a form of cognitive behavioral therapy specific for ptsd. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Snoring: Snoring means that the airways in nasal passages, throat are not widely open there is turbulence of air which cause soft tissue to vibrate and make noises or snoring. I doubt that anybody snore when they are awake, but dozing off which is short transient sleep might happen, then patient snores, wakes up rapidly and can hear him or herself, snoring. ...Read more
We often carry babies upright, it's natural for our mouth to be very near to their ears and we talk to them regularly. Can that harm their hearings?
It's possible: Babies hearing is sensitive, it is possible to injure them from loud sounds close to their ears. Sound energy dissipates by the inverse square law, meaning that if you are 1/2 the distance, the sound energy is 4 times as much, so speak to them softly if you can. ...Read more
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When I get nervous I get upset stomach gas , gurgle noises and urge to defecate , school exam tomorrow what can I do to stop these issues fast . ?
IBS: May be dietary, Gas-x for gas, ranitidine /prilosec for acid /reflux if you drink a lot of coffee will make you defecate and is acidic, try tea. 1 tablespoon of Maalox/ day may help- though it may promote defecation-it does relax. Get fiber 1 cup oats ,brown rice, lentils or barley a day, Drink 2-3 liter per day. Avoid sodas, alcohol caffeine. f/u/w/doc ...Read more
Good question: I live near an airport and wear earplugs at night because I am sensitive to the noise. It helps to some degree. There are machines that produce white noise that may help or make your own (turn on a fan, listen to music). Make sure you are nice and relaxed before getting into bed. Take a bath, drink some sleepytime tea and try to take your focus away from the noise and count those sheep! ...Read more
How do you make your hearing better.Because sometimes i hear weird noises not voices its different its hard to explain. Like beeping or squealing.
Tinnitus: Read about it. It can be troublesome and usually no cause is found. Get seen if you think you need to. Good luck. ...Read more
I have 4 children between the ages 12 to 6 months i'm so busy and tried that i yell allay and get angry at the kids hate to be like this do I need med?
Take care of you: Sounds like you are understandably overwhelmed by the demands--try eliminating any chores you can and getting help with the load. Time pressure is the biggest stress we have. You don't want to glue yourself together with meds--try fixing the problem first. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Loud noises?: What kind of loud noises do you mean? Someone yelling? People arguing? Loud noises outside your house? Trains? Automobile traffic? Construction? In some cases you might be able to go into a different room and use headphones. If people are fighting in your house, decide whether or not you can intervene safely. If not, perhaps the police can be of help. Your doctor would want to know too. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Even worse is when listening to music with headphones on ; with the music turned up too loudly. ...Read more
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