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Vibrating feeling in head

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • March 5, 2007
  • 11:04 PM

I am a healthy 50 year old woman who had a very bad cold including high fever in January. After 1.5 wks. of upper respiratory problems, I started to feel better, but starting January 25th, I had the sensation that the left side of my brain was vibrating. It came and went, but would continue for hours at a time. I had several days completely symptom free, but then the vibration sensation returned. The neurologist after a complete exam said I most likely was experiencing post viral neuritis, but ordered a MRI which will be done this week. The senation has changed somewhat. It's not localized to the left side as it first was. It's more defuse now and more concentrated to the back of my head. I hope this means it's improving. But it's really irritating. It's glucose sensitive because when I am hungry, it flares up. It is also temperture sensitive (I was wearing a cap while hiking, took it off, and immediately had the vibration start up). It is also adrenline sensitive because I thought I lost something important and the vibration started up when I found it missing. Anyone have experince with a post viral neuritis symptom like this? Many thanks.

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  • Hi NewYorkGal. I have a vibrating feeling in my head as well. I don't experience it in one particular area of my head. I pretty much feel it all throughout (it seems to radiate out from the base of my head). It started out of the blue in the beginning of January 2007 with my head not feeling right. It didn't feel clear or normal. I thought it was just due to stress (I had high daily stress in my job for the last year). It first came and went, but then as the weeks progressed, I started to notice it more. It also became more describable (a vibration feeling not a noise). I also noticed that as the weeks progressed I felt it more and on a constant basis. I now pretty much have it all the time (day and night) with various intensities. I have found it difficult to explain to people without making myself sound like I'm crazy. I thought if I got rid of the stress (left my high stress job) it would go away, but it didn't. It's the craziest thing I've ever experienced! I don't have any pain with this, and I don't feel sick. I don't have any dizziness or vision problems either. I do have different levels of the vibrating feeling (low, medium, and high). There seems to be no rhyme or reason as to when I get it or the length of the intensity. I pretty much feel it all the time. I notice that some things make the level of vibrations worse (like stress). What's frustrating is that it's like a vicious circle, as these sensations have caused a lot of anxiety in me, which in turn makes the vibrations worse. So I really have to use many relaxation techniques to try to calm myself. I have been to my primary care physician, a neurologist, a naturopathic doctor, a chiropractor and a massage therapist. I have had many blood tests and they all came back normal. I have had an MRI and it came back normal. I also had an EEG which showed some abstract (?), but the neurologist still considered it normal. She said we could do a sleep deprived EEG, as that sometimes shows something more, but I haven't tried that yet, as I wanted to try alternative treatments first (regular doctors just want to prescribe drugs which haven't helped and just produce other side effects) When the vibrations is at a medium or high level, I feel it throughout my body too. It's really difficult to sleep. I find I have to listen to brainwave CD (sleep music) as this helps to distract me from the vibrations. I still wake up every couple of hours, but at least I get some sleep. This whole ordeal has gotten very frustrating as it has gone on for two months and doctors can't find anything that could be causing it! It's also causing depression in me as no one seems to be able to relate to what I'm going through, so when I saw your posting, I had to write. My doctors think it strange as well, as they haven't come across anyone in their practice with my same symptoms. I just want to feel normal again, so if you find any solutions or anything that helps you, please let me know. I find that distracting myself seems to help somewhat. It's when I sit or lay down and try to relax that it's most prominent. Well let me know if you find out any answers.
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  • I haven't read all of your posts but I wanted to make sure you have seen a neurologist and a psychiatrist(not for any 'mental' problems but for the extremely complicated neurotransmitters and their functions in psychical responses. Psychiatrists can also figure out if you have an infection, virus, whatever that has had an effect on your brain chemistry malfunctioning). My thread "slept my 30's away" may show you what can happen when neurotransmitters malfunction. Anxiety, not even realizing that I live in a constant state of panic, has lead my to once be successful and now bed ridden and losing everything. I found a neurologist that figured out my problem. I also used to feel like someone hit me over the head with a frying pan(like in a cartoon) and my head was vibrating. If you go to a neurologist or psychiatrist, make sure you like them and sort of 'click' with them. Try to find the article, google it, called Brain Chemistry(has an analogy of our neurotransmitters and a baseball game). Panic411.org has also helped me immensly. I understand how hard if not impossible it is to function when your head (not psychological state) isn't feeling 'right'. I is difficult to describe to people/doctors who do not understand. I am getting better pretty quickly (doc added clonopin(sp?) but it was difficult to take at first). This could be totally different from what is happening to you but after eight years of visiting top doctors and clinics, it was a neurologist that nailed my problem for me. I haven't seen a psychiatrist yet but it is my next immediate stop. I hope this helps! The articles I listed are worth reading, and I've read tons before I came upon these. Hope you feel better really soon!
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  • I feel just like the Portland girl, my vibrating feeling is driving me crazy.With it I also experience a pression in my head with a high ringing or buzzing sound in my hear, head.The vibration start usually on the bottom of my head, but it also travels sometime to my feet or stomac. When it is very high, it get mixed with tremor as well.I was on different antidepressant but nothig seems to work.I also exeperience, axiety and panic with it.It started last November, and here I am a year later with no answer.My blood tests are all good, the Dr days that could be stress, but in the mean while, I go thru this every day, with the only help of xanex.Is there any one that could shead a light on this?Please help!!
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • October 3, 2007
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  • There are quite a few women that complain of vibrating/tremors on a website called www.power-surge.com. If you go to the website click on the article for "Internal Shaking" to see what other women are saying. The website mainly is for women with hormonal issues, but maybe there is a link between hormones and the vibrating/shaking/tremors. Hope that helps.
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    • October 4, 2007
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  • I'm a 35 year old male who has experienced a "vibrating brain" sensation at two periods in my life, once during my teens, the other time in my 20s. I would describe it as "discomfort" rather than "pain". It was very frustrating because family members and doctors were baffled and didn't understand what I was complaining about. I found temporary relief by shaking my head and neck which seemed to relieve the symptoms. Eventually the problem cleared up by itself. But I'd still like to know what caused it, and whether there's a proper medical term for this condition.
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    • October 6, 2007
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  • yes! electromagnetic harassment....
    chicken 5 Replies
    • February 27, 2008
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  • My vibration's started in October 2007! Im a 25 year old woman, i have a stressfull job and im always on the go. I suffered with migraine 3 years ago which resulted in me being admitted to hospital for one week and having a CT scan, this came back normal, my neurologist put me on propanalol beta blockers and said this should get rid of the mirgain. Juring this time i had a few personnel problems which resulted in panic attack. I found that taking the beta blockers got rid of my migrain and also helped with the anxiety to carry on and deal with the day to day pressures of work........untill 18 months later. I was on holiday, my flight was cancelled and this resulted in me not taking my medication properly for a couple of days. When i returned back from holiday i suffered with severe tremors, i couldnt sleep, i thought i was going in sain, this was very upsetting and disturbing, i felt as if my body moved a couple of seconds after i did, or some times if i were sat at my desk, i felt as if someone was shaking my chair permanently. I saw four doctors who said it must be the propanalol and told me to stop taking it, they said that the 80mg a day was only a small dose and i should be okay. For six more weeks i suffered a severe cold turkey which was not explained to me by my doctor but in fact by a neurologist who said i should never of stopped the medication and that i should of been weened off the beta blockers over a period of the 3 months (And i was simply messed about by the system). At this time i was suffereing from a buzzing sensation in the left side of my head. My neurologist said to take a couple of paracetamol and that this should just go away by its self! It is now 7 months later and im still suffering from this buzzing - vibration sensation in my head, its getting me down and i dont want to go back to the doctor as i feel there is simply nothing they can do?? Some times the sensation goes, but as soon as i sit down to relax im immediatly aware of it!!! Please help this is ruling my life, as much as i try to stay strong and forget about it............its still there and never seems to go away!
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  • Hi Marshall,Iwould like very much for someone like you or anyone that experience those same symptomsto write me.I have an inflamation in the sinuse, I have seen three defferent ENT, they can't even agree with eachother. The vibration in my head is an everyday thing, expecially at night is much worse, but with it, I also feel pressure and buzzing.Axiety and panic sets in, I feel like you, helpless!! I also experience a prickling burning sensation in my feet, and my vibration travels to my legs as well.The strange thing is, when I feel it coming I have a watery discharge out my nose, but not like a running nose, more like I have to blow it hard to make it come out.I am older than you, I could be thinking of an hormonal unbalance, but not in your case.I have red different post about this subject, it seems that among us with similar complains in a way or another we all mention panic, stress, and axiety. Could it be what really is afflicting us? The disconcertand news at list for me, is that I have tried different med like Zoloft,Lexpro, Paxil, effexor , but non of those med as brought the relif I need. Actually Xanex is the only thing that helps!! I am convinced that in my case ,the sinuse inflamation is causing my problem, my head fills up with fluid press against a nerve, causing the vibration and buzzing, plus the prickling in my feet!! Please, all of you write me at Jildaspr@aolcom
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  • I'm male in my late teens and from what you all describe most of it seems to match up with my symptoms. What I'm trying right now is the Holosync program, which is audio that does something to the neurons in your brain. You can google it and learn more about it if you're interested. So far I would recommend it, and you can get you're money back within a year if it doesn't seem to work. It's surprising what it does though and I really hope you give this a try.
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  • Has anyone made any headway with this? I have had the same sensation for about a week now. No other symptoms but the vibrations starting at the base of my head and up the right side. I am going to start with a chriopractor. Seems like a nerve thing that will hopefully be helped by this. I also have a bad tooth that has never hurt and has been neglected for years. This might be it too. Although I will say that I have had a highly stressful job/family situation for the last year. Anyone who posted awhile ago..have you made any progress?
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  • Well good to hear I am not alone. I reported the internal vibrating feeling that runs from the left shoulder into neck and head area to my Doctor over 4 years ago. The Doctor here in the UK refused to do anything else except give me beta blockers and some other pills that did nothing to help. It appears to me that it came about for possibly a number of reasons. Firstly, I had to carry about 24 air conditioners weighing 35kgs from a truck to lowering them to ground level, therefore putting strain on my rear shoulder/trapezoid area. Secondly, I had been to a chiropractor for a general manipulation on my back and during this visit he twisted by head violently from one side to the other. Now, I have had this manipulation carried out before with no side effects. Thirdly, Gym work using weights above my head may have contributed to the problem. Lastly, I was fitting a ceiling in an awkward place in the house and for hours on end my head was bent backward as I looked upward in a very cramped position. So many visits to the Doctor got me nowhere. I paid privately to see a neurologist and neurosurgeon. They took MRI scans but everything showed normal. I do believe its something to do with possibly pressure on a nerve in the shoulder or neck area. Some physio exercises have appeared to help at times but not to any great extent. My head feels worse after driving as I can hear a roaring sound in my head after leaving the car. Using even a lawn mower seems to enhance the vibration so external sounds seem to make matters worse. For the past 6 years or so I spend most of my working day in front of a PC so this may also be a contributing factor. I have plenty of neck shoulder massage but that does not really alter the vibration issue. It may even make matters worse if excess pressure is applied to these areas. I have no idea where I go from here. Its no better or worse than 4 years ago so do I just live with it. I may may explore the idea of getting the shoulder or rear of the shoulder looked at but whether any scans can highlight anything I don't know. Its just one big issue I could do without at my age of 60 as sleeping is disturbed resulting in being tired in the day. If anyone has nay ideas how to cure this I would be very pleased to hear from them. Richard Coombe richard@fuelboss.co.uk
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  • I am a 33 year old women who is having the same symptoms that all of you are having. I feel this vibrating sensation on the left side of my head, it comes and goes throughout the day, some time I put pressure with my hand to stop the vibration. I though that I was going crazy, I did not know how many people are suffering from this condition. I also have pain and numbness on my hand and feet and my mouth hurts a lot. I also have a limp node (left side) that is always swollen and my neck hurts on the left side. It seems as if all my symptoms are worse on the left side of my body, I also feel the vibration inside my abdomens and my legs. I have gone to many doctor and no one know what this is, the look at me like if I was crazy or making things up. I have lost hope. Last week I went to see my doctor because the burning inside my mouth is killing me, my teeth also hurt as well as my hard palate, my lips are dry and they cut and bleed all the time. My doctor just told me to go an see a dermatologies I call to make the aptm and they told me that I needed to see a ENT because my symptoms were inside the mouth, I call the ENT and they said that I needed to see my family doctor. I told them that I have seen my doctor and the dentist and there is nothing wrong with my teeth. I really do not know what to do, I don't know what doctor to see for this pain that is killing me. As I type this message I have 3 cubes of ice inside my mouth to calm the pain and to stop it from getting more swollen inside. If any one has any ideas.....please help! I have two beautifully daughters that I want to raise in good health!....I must confess that sometimes I just feel like ending my life....it has been 3 long years with all this symptoms and I am so tire of trying, I am tire of the looks that the doctors give me when I tell them my symptoms.......I know I am not crazy, I am not making things up.....I just want to feel healthy, and happy. I am sorry....I just feel so despair to find the cure to my heath problems.I just wish you all to find the cure to what ever your health problem.
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  • Interesting...I am a 46 yr old very fit and health conscious female who has similar, although different symptoms. In desperation tonight after seeing numerous specialists, undergoing all sorts of treatment from acupuncture to osteopathy, and trying several medications, I decided to enter my symptoms in Google to see if any one else out there has anything like this. No one seems to know what is wrong with me and nothing seems to be helping.On Nov6/07, I woke up with a headache that has been mainly low-moderate level, but has never gone away since - 24/7. I have a history of frequent headaches but they have always gone away with painkillers or a good sleep - not this one. Accompanying the headache is this strange vibrating feeling that I can sense during the day but I mainly notice if I am reclining, or at night when I'm trying to sleep. It seems to intensify as soon as I lie down. It wakes me up throughout the night, and until I had a CT & MRI done, I was convinced I was going to die of a stroke or an aneurysm at any moment, particularly during sleep. The other symptom that I have is that I can hear my heartbeat in my head. At first it was only at night, but then I started to notice it during the day when I was feeling very stressed. It has actually been very loud at times, where I can hear it very clearly over TV or music. I have had every test under the sun done - all normal. I too feel like the doctors are looking at me like I'm crazy, it's embarassing trying to explain this to people. All of the symptoms started on Nov16/07 and I have spent a small fortune on treatment and medication but none of it has helped.Maybe stress does play a part, as I have always been a fairly anxious person who gets stressed easily, interesting that most of you concede to this as well. I wasn't expecting to find anyone else out there with the vibrating in the head. Lots of people have ongoing headaches and it's surprising the number of people who can hear their heartbeat in their head, but the vibrating thing is what makes the doctors look at you funny.Hopefully one day the medical world will figure it out. Happily it doesn't sound as if anyone has become very ill from this or got any worse. If only one could just ignore it....
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  • Dear Canada Gal,Further to your last post I would add this view.When this vibration issue started its was almost instant but as a logical person I can perhaps relate the problem to various activites etc. I had to unload around 30 portable air conditioners from the back of a truck and carry these around 30 feet and then lower them to the ground. All the time trying to keep my back straight. One thought that has occurred is the stress placed upon my shoulders particularly the Trapezious muscle and also the stress on the upper vertebrae.Secondly I had always worked out in a gym and many exercises involving shoulders neck area could be potentially damaging particularly within older people. Exercises such as pull downs behind the head are bad news. So to me any heavy exercises above shoulder level could contribute to stress or pressure on a nerve.I also played golf, badly at times and the action of the swing particularly in the follow through or when hitting a fat shot can exert considerable pressure to the shoulder area. I also carried my golf bag over my left shoulder and therefore the shoulder strap would be cutting into the shoulder muscle so here is another possible reason for my problems.At about the time that the vibration sensation occurred I went to my chiropractor as I had done for many years just to sort the lower back out. At this sesion he applied a technique that he had applied so many times and that is a relatively apid twist of the head. I can rember after this visit feeling quite dizzy and reported this to the chiropractor who really could make no comment. I also have some Arthritis in the neck accoring to my new Doctor who has arranged for an Xray next week to prove this.I aslo sit hunched over a PC all day long. At times I have spent upto 12 hours working on web design.Also at around the time the vibrations started I also noticed a high frequency whistle in my left ear and amazingly I could get out of my car and still hear the engine running. So I am bothered by high and low frequency internal noise in my left ear and so I guess I have tinitus.Now all of these issues coincide so what is the prime cause of the issue. I think its been excess stress on the neck and shoulder area impinging on a nerve or its to do with hearing. I am seeing an ENT specialist shortly to discuss and perhaps he may have an opinion on the vibration.Now if you add all of this together I think its just bad luck, doing stupid things with your body, sitting hunched over a PC and the day to day stres of modern living. What I would really like to do is take a month or two off and go away and just relax, just to see if that would make any difference.I am still serarching for the answer and if I find one I will let everyone know.
    fuelboss 3 Replies
    • August 29, 2008
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  • I believe that what is causing the vibration in my head is stress related as well as back problems. The vibration in my head is not every day and I don't suffer from headaches; however, I notice that if I'm very stress out the vibration starts to pick up, sometimes is more intense than others, and like you I only notice the vibration when I'm in bed. I started writing a journal to keep track of the symptoms. I don't have any more money to spend, I am in so much debt and still no diagnosis.....except depresion..I wonder why? who wouldn't be depress after being to so many doctors who instead of wanting to help find the answer to your problems make you feel like you are making things up....It is too sad to see how doctor have lost love for humanity and gain love for money. I went to see a ENT and he had no answer, he look at me like if I was crazy, I guess they find it hard to believe that someone in there 30's could have so many symptoms...hopefully we can find a doctor who would take our symptoms seriously and help us get back to our good old health.:confused:
    clemen08 9 Replies
    • August 30, 2008
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  • Well, I have suffered with a number of undiagnosed/misdiagnosed symptoms for several years and only recently do I feel like I am onto something. I had a lot of pressure in my head, especially in the right side of my neck and head. Sometimes I would hear a rapid-fire sound in my ears (too fast to be my heartbeat). I would often get migraines or pulsing headaches. I started getting tinnitus at times and sometimes my hearing would go quiet. I also experienced a racing and/or pounding heart that made me short of breath, and my brain (and sometimes body) would start vibrating. I kept telling the doctors that sometimes just changing my position would trigger the symptoms and sometimes they would last for days on end. (there were almost always at least some of the symptoms but to varying degrees) Of course they just looked at me strangely. My primary and many other doctors just wanted me to try another anxiety medication.Anyway, my teenage daughter was dealing with hip and back problems and started being treated by a doctor who does a procedure called Prolotherapy. (Injections of a dextrose solution that cause the body to cause inflammation which in turn sends the message to strengthen the ligaments) While I was in the waiting room, I was reading a book about Prolotherapy and head issues. I read about a syndrome called Barre-Lieou syndrome that described my symptoms. It often happens following a whiplash injury, but not necessarily. I thought back to an accident my husband and I were involved in 13 1/2 years ago while I was pregnant with my son. I did have whiplash, but only went to a chiropractor a few times. Gradually over the years since then, my symptoms appeared and worsened. The reasoning behind why it happens is that the ligaments in the neck become overstretched (like an overstretched rubberband that doesn't snap back) The ligaments are supposed to hold the spine in proper alignment, but when they don't they allow the spine to affect surrounding nerves. There are autonomic nerves that run through the neck that have an affect on heartrate. Well, I decided to go to a local chiropractor who ordered an x-ray. She said that I had some arthritic changes, my spinal curve was reversed in the neck, there were subluxations, and the ligaments were probably overstretched due to the accident. She recommended chiropractics and then adding PT and said it would probably take at least a year to correct. She adjusted me and right after I began to feel an on and off temporary "release" from the almost constant feeling I had in my head for so long. Unfortunately after the second time she adjusted me I went home and could barely move my head for days. Actually, I could move it; but when I did my brain felt completely messed up. I had an awful migraine too. I decided to call the doctor who does the Prolotherapy and have had three treatments so far. I have had times where I have felt great since, and other times when it seems like just sleeping wrong seems to bring the symptoms back. Right now, I am praying that more treatments will bring me permanent relief. I wanted to add this because someone else had mentioned a theory that involved the neck and nerve impingement. Sorry this is so long. I pray this helps.
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  • Dear Richard,I read with interest your posting and possible theories about the symptoms you are having.I was in an MVA 17 years ago and suffered a bad whiplash, and have had chronic neck and upper back pain since. A recent CT and MRI showed mild to moderate degenerative disc changes in every level of my neck, but no actual nerve that was being compressed. I also sit at a computer for 9 hours each day and I have always worked out with weights. Activities like painting or using my arms above my head are very uncomfortable for me, and often just sleeping wrong will trigger days of aching and burning neck pain.When this headache, vibration feeling, and heartbeat in my head sound all started in Nov/07, I was convinced that it was a nerve in my neck that was causing it all. I see a chiropractor on a regular basis who until this all started was the only person who has ever been able to give me any relief from my neck pain symptoms. Unfortunately, despite ongoing regular treatments my new symptoms persist. Who knows though maybe something he did during an adjustment is causing all of this. I did see him 3 weeks prior to the symptoms starting. I also felt that massage actually escalated my symtoms, causing increased stabbing pains in my head. I have also tried acupunture (12 sessions) which has not helped at all. I also saw a physiatrist who injected Marcaine (a freezingagent) into the occipital area. This also didn't help. The next steps were to be an injection of a steroid under x-ray into the space between C2 and C3, and/or possible Botox injections into my neck. But, because of the vibrating and heartbeat sound in my head the physiatrist said my headache was "atypical" and he referred me to another neurologist instead. I will see this neurologist on Sept30th, after waiting 5 months.I still hope to try these injections in the future and Prolotherapy has been suggested as well, who knows maybe one of these treatments will help.Since May I have been feeling dizzy when I crouch down, then stand up, and recently I feel like the vibrating in my head at night is sort of surging, which is different than it was.Thanks for your posting, I'll let you know if anything ever helps or if it actually goes away.
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  • I have a story to add to this growing tale of woe about head noise.About 3 years ago I moved in to a house that had an huge electrical pylon about half a mile away from it. About a month later I started to get excrutiating pain in my jaw and temple, a pain so severe it brought me to my knees for months. I went to the docs who diagnosed it as TMD - Temporal Mandibular Joint Disorder and he prescribed a very low dose of anto depressant to "dull the nerves" as he put it. They didn't really help and I became convinced it was the "noise" from the pylon that was causing it. So I moved. One month after i moved the pain went away and has never returned, it has however left me with a legacy.Every night and only at night when I'm in this new house, I hear a very low hum in my right ear. It's so loud some nights that it is impossible to sleep and it almost becomes difficult to hear anything else over it and on other nights it's hardly noticable. If I put a noise cancelling in ear ear phone in that ear the noise almost goes away so I'm pretty sure this noise isn't actually in my head. After weeks of messing around, turning various amps, pc's, tv's and electrical appliances I realised that it basically has no effect on the hum at all, even if I turn the power off at the mains it makes no difference. What does make a difference though is if something makes a noise around the same frequencey as the hum in my ear, a car driving past in the distance or a plane flying past over head far away. The noise of these events aren't loud but the frequency of the noise they make removes the hum from my ear / head 100%.So to the point of my post. I think that I am in agreement with this EMF, dirty electricity theory that is going around. I'm pretty sure that the electricity in my house or street is the issue here, even if my appliances are off. I wanted to know if anyone has used or can recommend something that would allow me to generate a frequency in my bedroom that would "cancel out" the frequency I seem to be "hearing" when it gets quiet at night. Anyone actually tried Graham-Stetzer filters?Hope you all get well soon.
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    • September 29, 2008
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  • DEAR EVERYONE... Head buzzing and most all the symptoms you all are experiencing are similar to mine. It took me 15 years to finally get a diagnosis of Lyme Disease and Babesiosis. Check out www.Lymenet.org and see if anything sounds like your symptoms. You have probably been tested for Lyme before, but make sure you see a LLMD Lyme Literate Doctor and make sure they test with the Lab Igenex. Regular doctors don't get this stuff, even though some believe they do. Also our local labs are not equipped to be sensitive enough to figure this out. Find a recognized Lyme doctor and check this out. Issues with throat, neck, back, Head buzzing... and a ton of other symptoms can all be tick borne illness related. And sometimes accidents can be a shock to our system and weaken our immune systems which then can't continue to fight off certain diseases... and so it sometimes feels like THAT is when problems begin... when in fact, our bodies were fighting off the disease until the shock of an accident or emotional upset weakens our system JUST enough. Good luck... email if you have questions.
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    • October 3, 2008
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  • Light:My wife - 28yrs old - has the following symptoms:- Vibrating feeling in head - sometimes 2hrs a day, sometimes 4hrs - it varies every day since last one year- We did see the neurologist and explained the symptoms. But they said she is normal and does not have to do anything. MRI was also normal. I did check the Lyme disease website you pointed out. I don't know where to go from here. The website mainly talks about tack bites. I don't even remember she had tick bite ever. Couple of time she did complain about redness on her skin (not now - I don't see anything on her skin now) - again we showed it to doctor and they said it is normal. You went through this and I would like get your opinion. Will be very grateful if you will reply to this post. Thanks,brightmoon
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    • October 22, 2008
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