I have a nice story, after being on a 6 to 8 year waiting list for housing I was happy to get in on a geared to income rent program in Ontario Canada Waterloo Region.
After a year living there I had a run in with the superintendent, short after I noticed very disturbing noises and pounding sounds I didn't understand, was waking me up every night between 2 and 4 am, so I tried ear plugs but didn't help at all.
After 10 months of be exposed to whatever this is, I went to bed one night and felt everything shaking, and I can feel the vibration of the pounding sounds I was hearing before that was keeping me awake, my neighbor also noticed it in her apartment and I went to court with witnesses, it was ordered that the management hire someone to do an investigation which was a conflict of interest, they just payed someone to find nothing, they know I don't have $2000 to hire someone, that's the only way I could prove it, I am still living there but been sleeping at a friends place most part of the last year.
I am being exposed to this for over 3 years and I'm feeling vibration to my body outside of my apartment have a pressure feeling on my temples and have a light headache but only when I'm relaxing, when this first started I could feel my organs vibrate as I was exposed to it but I don't feel that anymore. My ears are ringing like they would after shooting with a gun, they hurt sometimes, and I have a severe high frequency hearing loss, but I can still hear pretty good, gets worse when I'm spending time in my apartment, It has seriously kept me awake for a week, 7 days, had no other choice then to sleep at a friends place, I'm sure I have broken a few world records.
My question is, does exposure to vibration cause being sensitive too vibration, and are these symptoms going to disappear again?
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