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Hyperacusis

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Hyperacusis (also spelled hyperacousis) is a health condition characterized by an increased ... In rare cases, hyperacusis may be caused by a vestibular disorder. ... Others are born with sound sens...

Hyperacusis: An Increased Sensitivity to Everyday Sounds ...

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Many people experience sensitivity to sound, but true hyperacusis is rare, ... but may develop a narrow tolerance to soundOther common causes include:.

Emotional Exhaustion Can Lead to Noise Sensitivity - Depression ...

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Apr 10, 2013 ... Emotional exhaustion can make you irritable, and depressed, and stress can get you down, but a new study shows it can also make women ...

Hearing problems - hyperacusis - Better Health Channel

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The most common known causes of hyperacusis are exposure to loud noise, and ... a blocked ear canal may cause temporary increased sensitivity to sound.

Noise Sensitivity from Nutritional Deficiencies

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A web page I highly recommend on magnesium deficiency and other causes of noise sensitivity is at Dr. Guy Berard's website on Auditory Integration Training, ...

Hypersensitivity To Sound And Anxiety Disorders - Calm Clinic

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Noise Triggers Some people develop a sensitivity to very specific sounds. Often these sounds are related to a past trauma, or a recurring cause of anxiety.

Ménière's Society: Associated symptoms

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Hearing loss; Tinnitus; Fullness of the ear; Sensitivity to noise; Headaches; Eye ... The fullness can also fluctuate and for some cause considerable distress.

Hyperacusis - Dizziness-and-balance.com

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Apr 6, 2016 ... Hyperacusis is an abnormal sensitivity to sound. ... Thus a focal hearing loss may be more likely to cause hyperacusis due to an overly broad ...

Living with Extreme Sound Sensitivity | World of Psychology

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Mar 19, 2014 ... Misophonia is a sound sensitivity disorder, which makes certain noises ... the experience of these sounds can cause psychological distress.

Vestibular Hyperacusis | Vestibular Disorders Association

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Are you sensitive to certain sounds?Hyperacusis ... In some cases, vestibular hyperacusis can affect the autonomic system and cause problems such as loss of  ...

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What is noise sensitivity? - Hearing Link

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People with reduced tolerance to sound often find ordinary noises too loud, while loud noises can cause discomfort and pain.

What Is Misophonia? - WebMD

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Aug 26, 2014 ... Misophonia, also known as selective sound sensitivity syndrome, starts ... Doctors aren't sure what causes misophonia, but it's not a problem ...

Hyperacusis - NHS Choices

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Mar 7, 2016 ... Read about hyperacusis, an intolerance to sounds that aren't an issue for most other people. Find out about the symptoms, causes, and ...