December 16th, 2006 07:04 PM #1Junior Member
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- st eval cornwall and dordogne france
hi everyone im new to this forum ,and wonder if anyone can offer some advice on my very sensitive hearing .i read somewhere that a magnesium deficiencie could be a cause ?i am or was a musician one time and im not all that struck on radio 1!which i am force fed loud from 3 sources daily ,and the workshop is loud anyway compressor air tools etc .some days i can tolerate the noise for a while ,other days not ,and sometimes people talking can sound loud and confusing .i have a sinus problem which i spray with beclometasone which stops some pf the humming in my ears at night .i usualy wear in canal earplugs at work but they are not ideal .i also confront the noise for a couple of hours per day for maybe recruitement hyperacusis???i have just orded a pair of in canal earphones so that at least i can listen to something soothing manythanks for any reply john
October 3rd, 2007 02:58 AM #2Junior Member
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I know this is an old post. But perhaps this will help someone. I also suffer from overly-sensitive hearing. I have not received treatment for it yet. I just wanted to say that I also have sinus problems. Perhaps there is a link between sinus problems and overly-sensitive hearing.
If anyone can confirm/deny this assumption, I would appreciate a post.
If I find a cure, I will be sure to post.
My overly-sensitive hearing also causes confusion/discomfort. I am having problems with coworkers who want to play music on a stereo with an amplifier. I get nothing but reverb. The surround sound and base vibrates my eardrums. They even play news broadcasts through the speakers which makes me feel as if the voices are everywhere. I have complained several times. They get mad, it gets quiet, then within 2 weeks the noise is right back at the same level. I would appreciate any suggestions. THANKS.