About Me: Auditory Hallucinations

Simple sounds:

I hear it in silence above the sound of my breathing, above the resonance of my heart beating; the humming is electrical, low frequency. The hissing, I often hear above modestly loud music, television, and environmental sounds. Tinnitus is the most common type of auditory hallucination. I have been living with Tinnitus since childhood.

Complex sounds:

Indiscernible music and indistinct voices, I hear those, too; phantom broadcasts and conversations. In 2005, Neil Bauman, PhD named this condition Musical Ear Syndrome. According to Bauman, only one-third of people under the age of 50 experience Musical Ear Syndrome. Yay, me!

If my brain is in charge of the shit I have to listen to all the live long day, why can’t I hear some Chopin, or Mozart? Or Andrew Dice Clay? Jack and Jill went up the hill, both with a buck and a quarter. Jill came down with 2.50. That fucking whore. OH!

Whud about you’s guys? Whudya wanna listen to forfuckingever?

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16 thoughts on “About Me: Auditory Hallucinations

  1. This is very interesting. I also have auditory hallucinations. Always different voices and usually of people yelling at me or just saying my name. Always different voices. I’ve written about a few of the hallucinations I’ve had in a few blogs I’ve written if you’d like to check it out. I think you’d find it very interesting!

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  2. I think i have tinnitus too but it hasn’t been medically verified. I had severe ear infections last year but once the actual infection cleared up; i had to pay for the specialist so I never went back. It isn’t unbearable but often irritating and getting worse.

    All of my other medical problems are just keeping me to busy to work on this BUT I HEAR YOU AND COMMISERATE. ~~dru~~

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  3. I have occasional tinnitus too, but on the rare occasions, it’s shit! I can’t imagine what it must be like to have to endure that crap on a regular basis. I wish I could kick tinnitus in the crotch!

    If I had to listen to something forever, I’d listen to the sea, lapping on the shore, I’d listen to my children’s laughter and I’d listen to Erik Satie’s Gnossienne No. 1.

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  4. I have that and hear ‘things’ glad someone sasy it is fine. One day the noise went as if my ear unblocked but it wasn’t that, and I missed the accompaniment and sounds. You could be my twin and we’re falling apart lol

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