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Strange Loud Boom Sound Inside Head???

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  • Posted By: whattheheckisthis
  • March 4, 2008
  • 01:11 AM

I'm a 20 year old healthy male and I got a concussion about 6 weeks ago. At the time had a CT scan done and everything looked fine, normal, I've had post-concussion syndrome for a while and everything seemed just fine. About a week after my concussion (but two days after my CT scan), I started going numb in my upper lip and left side of my face, and by the time I saw a doctor at the hospital my whole left side of my body was numb and my vision was way out of wack. Doctors in the ER checked me out and said that my symptoms weren't that alarming and I saw a neurologist the following day. Have been diagnosed with migraines, and have had a few since my concussion, very painful, spacial, moving around, but usually manageable. In the past week, I've started getting long-lasting tension-like headaches that hurt mostly at the temples, near the ears, and sometimes under the ears, with occasional eye socket pain and top of the head pain. Lying on my right side usually decreases my pain and discomfort if I'm going to sleep. About half a week ago, I started having these headaches constantly and have felt fatigued so I've been sleeping for many hours a day since.
I first noticed a loud boom sound about a week ago during one of these headaches and I've only noticed them while lying down. I've had four and I think it's safe to say that I've only experienced them with my eyes closed. It almost sounds like a sonic boom inside my head, almost like I'm feeling one huge pulse-beat go through my head and it's always loud enough that it scares me. I don't know if they're related to the tension-type headaches or what but I guess it goes without saying that they're a little unnerving and I was wondering what kind of input I could get about this. Thoughts?

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  • I'm a 20 year old healthy male and I got a concussion about 6 weeks ago. At the time had a CT scan done and everything looked fine, normal, I've had post-concussion syndrome for a while and everything seemed just fine. About a week after my concussion (but two days after my CT scan), I started going numb in my upper lip and left side of my face, and by the time I saw a doctor at the hospital my whole left side of my body was numb and my vision was way out of wack. Doctors in the ER checked me out and said that my symptoms weren't that alarming and I saw a neurologist the following day. Have been diagnosed with migraines, and have had a few since my concussion, very painful, spacial, moving around, but usually manageable. In the past week, I've started getting long-lasting tension-like headaches that hurt mostly at the temples, near the ears, and sometimes under the ears, with occasional eye socket pain and top of the head pain. Lying on my right side usually decreases my pain and discomfort if I'm going to sleep. About half a week ago, I started having these headaches constantly and have felt fatigued so I've been sleeping for many hours a day since.I first noticed a loud boom sound about a week ago during one of these headaches and I've only noticed them while lying down. I've had four and I think it's safe to say that I've only experienced them with my eyes closed. It almost sounds like a sonic boom inside my head, almost like I'm feeling one huge pulse-beat go through my head and it's always loud enough that it scares me. I don't know if they're related to the tension-type headaches or what but I guess it goes without saying that they're a little unnerving and I was wondering what kind of input I could get about this. Thoughts? Trauma tends to open some back door into our brains I have seen itreferenced as a form of reversed tracking of neural signals Perhaps you are hearing some form of extremely low frequency (ELF)or ultra high frequency (ULF) of the wireless technologys as they areknown as a pulsed wave Do you lilve near a large body of water, that perhaps the NAVYis testing maybe some form of sonar or perhaps near a base??? Their has been major technology advancement in devices that measures the atmosphere also, like a form of a sonar responder Have your symptoms got any better or worse??
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    • October 16, 2010
    • 08:53 PM
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  • Trauma tends to open some back door into our brains I have seen itreferenced as a form of reversed tracking of neural signals Perhaps you are hearing some form of extremely low frequency (ELF)or ultra high frequency (ULF) of the wireless technologys as they areknown as a pulsed wave Do you lilve near a large body of water, that perhaps the NAVYis testing maybe some form of sonar or perhaps near a base??? Their has been major technology advancement in devices that measures the atmosphere also, like a form of a sonar responder Have your symptoms got any better or worse??I think its a form of (elf) because I never had them before and now I'm 32 I get them nearly every night and sometimes there extremely painful. The last time I went to hostpital was quite a few years ago!Mine are exactly the same as his the doctors say it's your brain trying to force shut down but it feels like I got a after burner in my head. lolSometimes i get buzzing in my head after what feels like something touching my head and in the day it will buzz even harder if i get near electrical equipment.
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  • I think its a form of (elf) because I never had them before and now I'm 32 I get them nearly every night and sometimes there extremely painful. The last time I went to hostpital was quite a few years ago!Mine are exactly the same as his the doctors say it's your brain trying to force shut down but it feels like I got a after burner in my head. lolSometimes i get buzzing in my head after what feels like something touching my head and in the day it will buzz even harder if i get near electrical equipment. Most likely ELF but the government is getting quite advanced in the fieldof being able to obtain biosignatures of DNA as a new and improved method of tracking from satellites As well as we need to remember that the governments have a wirelesselectrical grid for themselves in the event that a national diseaster or a terrorist should knock out our electrical grids. This back up grid is up and running and most likely being tested on a regular basis. Certain differing wavelengths would cause us to hear louder buzzingespecially since they are up to terahertz of a trillion cycles per secondof pulsed modulated waveforms of remote signals sweeping the earthof surveying procedures of mapping and measuring the Earth in tandem with another trillion cylces per millisecond coming from the telecommunications That's a whole lot of a infrasonic vibrational fieldcoming at us in a second of a microwave energy. I believe it was called the Frey effect back in the 70's. Now it is called the microwave auditory effect I wake up to a buzzing that seems to fill the room and many nights I go to sleep to the same I can tell the days it is dialed down in some regard because the buzzing lessens dramatically
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