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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
When I am alone, i make weird, repetitive noises. Sometimes in public, I have the urge to meow or do other odd things. It is controllable; is this ok?
Possible Tourettes: This could be tourette's syndrome, suggest psychiatric evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Try this...: I would suggest spraying 'afrin' within the nose followed by soaking a cotton ball with 'afrin' and place it inside the nostril that seems to be bleeding. Pinch your nose for 15 minutes. Any minor bleeding from superificial vessels should stop with this technique. I suspect your bleeding is from the dry environment of denver. A good preventive technique is to use nasal saline sprays and gels. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Time to see a doctor: It is not normal to have a stuffy nose all the time. Many people get allergies, colds, sinus infections, etc., but not "all the time". A primary care doctor or an ENT (otolaryngologist) can evaluate to see what the problem is, and start some treatment. Some people have a deviated septum. Other people may have non-allergic rhinitis, where they seem to have nasal allergies but are negative on tests. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Blood flow: If the blood flow to your nose is not great, your nose can feel cold. Remember that as an "extremity" with thin skin that protrudes from your face, some coolness of your nose compared to other, more central body parts (like your cheeks, forehead, or abdomen) may be normal for you. If your nose becomes discolored, blue/dusky, or is numb see your doctor right away. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal to be hyper sensitive to noises in workplace enough that it does affect performance and mental health or should the person just move on?
Is workplace safe?: It is not normal to have such hypersensitivity and ill-effects. Is there something about the workplace which is toxic? Do others have similar reactions? If this sensitivity is unique to you then your perceptions and reactions may be hyper-acute due to chemical imbalance. Seek a psychiatrist to help determine which medication can ease the symptoms or else it may follow you as you move on. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If your friend has: a bad smell in his head and nose he may have a sinus infection or some other issue. Please get him to see a doctor so it can be diagnosed and treated. Peace and good health. ...Read more
My skin on each side of my noise is irritated and has been for over a month what can I do for that ?
Seborrhea: Probably seborrheic dermatitis, which usually also affects the scalp, although that is not always obvious. Try an otc Hydrocortisone cream on your face and an anti-seborrheic shampoo. If no improvement, see a dermatologist for a precise diagnosis. ...Read more
Central vs periphera: You may have a problem with your hearing.I would reccomend a visit to an ENT physician.Either its a problem with ears recieving the data or your brain processing it. A full hystory and physical along with hearing test may be needed. A cat scan or MRI of brain may also needed. ...Read more
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