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Your diet and you: I'll bet the answer lies in the interaction of the food in your diet and it's affect on the bacterial balance of your microbiome. You may want to experiment with a probiotic and/or a prebiotic. Studies suggest our microbiome is as unique to us as our fingerprints! So there is no "one size fits all" recommendation for probiotics. Try a large serving of asparagus and see if you feel better or worse. ...Read more
Palpitations: That is what it is called when you feel your heart rate and the rate does not have to be accelerated. You are 62 years of age and it can be many things. You may have elevated bp, you may have different forms of arrhythmia tou may have overacting thyroid gland. You need to be examined clinically, blood test, and at least an e.K.G. So please do not delay and see your doctor, asap! ...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
This is common: Many people with headache disorders are sensitive to loud noise. Loud noise can intensify existing headaches or cause new ones. The physiologic mechanisms are not fully understood. Changes in air pressure from sound waves is part of the cause but probably not the whole answer. ...Read more
Need support: I would think that if you are going to practice reading out loud, that you should do so with a speech coach or professional who has dealt with studdering. I would assume that there are varying ways to help treat studdering, and each case may only work as a custom program. ...Read more
Definitely a trigger: A variety of external and internal factors can trigger a migraine attack in certain individuals who may have a genetic or neurochemical predisposition to migraine. External triggers such as weather-related changes, high humidity, high altitude, sensory input such as glaring or flashing lights, sunlight, loud noises, and exposure to odors, head trauma, and stress have all been implicated in migrain ...Read more
It is possible: Is a serious and complex neurologic disorder. Headache, vertigo, visual disturbances nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light or sound, dizziness, neck pain, stomach nose bleeding, visual and auditory hallucination are common symptoms. This condition must be professionally managed. See an orofacial pain or headache specialist for evaluation and management. ...Read more
No: This varies from woman to woman.Get a more detailed answer ›
DEPENDS: dB X length:
N.I.H.L. (noice induced hearing loss) is due
to long or repeated exposure to sounds at or above 85 decibels. The louder the sound, the shorter the time period before nihl can occur. Sounds of less than 75 decibels, even after long exposure, are unlikely to cause hearing loss.
Nihl is 100 percent preventable! All individuals should understand the hazards of loud noise. & please protect hearing! ...Read more
Wake Up Snoring: Loud snorers often do "wake up", but not due to the loudness of the snoring, but due to dropping oxygen in the blood. The wakes don't have to mean fully awake, but more commonly involve tossing and turning, especially if the snoring leads to reduction of airflow for more than ten seconds. Go see your doctor. ...Read more
Phonophobia...: And hyperacousis are actually two different entities, it is important to distinguish between the two because the treatment is different. Phonophobia has a psychiatric treatment option while hyperacousis is an abnormality in the sensory-neural pathway of hearing. Temporary phonophobia can be associated with migraine sufferers and disappears with the migraine, would see your doctor. ...Read more
Not necessarily,: But it could be related. Some people develop lung damage from smoking much more rapidly than others. Easy to check with " pulmonary function testing (pft's). ...Read more
I keep hearing high pitches noises. I work at a place where there's loud noises. What should I do?
Hearing protection: Get your ears and hearing checked by your local ENT and start now with using ear plugs/hearing protection. ...Read more
Loud gurgling noises in bowels. Happens late at night and early in the morning. What causes this?
Hungry???: Perhaps you are just hungry. May sure you eat properly ...Read more
If I hear a loud noise or anything I feel so sick and disoriented. Would a change of meds help at all?
Depends: Need to know the meds and why you are on them. ...Read more
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