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hearing issues

Discussion in 'Support Subforum' started by JDinPhilly, Mar 22, 2018.

  1. JDinPhilly

    JDinPhilly New Member

    Anyone else have momentary or slightly longer hearing loss. Like most other things, I went to a specialist for this and as always "there is nothing wrong". I bring this up because my hearing in my right ear went out the other day for a few seconds and I went right to work exploring my current stress levels and telling my brain to cut the nonsense.. My hearing came back (as it always does).. but maybe I finally quashed this problem once and for all.

    I'm I alone on this one? Anyone else?
  2. RichieRich

    RichieRich Well known member

    I stand with you on this one, but mine may be relative to having ear issues my entire life. I tubes in my ears twice as a kid. I've also blown my right ear drum twice, around 13 years old and 32 years old(4 years ago). On rare occasions I'll lose most of my hearing in my right ear for a few minutes; sometimes it's my left ear. I'd gladly take the temporary hearing loss over the healing process involved with a perforated ear drum.

    Aside from the healing periods, there was a period of 3 weeks back in 2012 where I was literally losing my mind. I have anxiety, so I naturally freak out over little changes in my body. I went from muscle tension to migraines to blurred vision to finally, hearing issues. I was tipping my head upside down and doing all kinds of exercises to "realign my crystals" in my ears. I'm sure my wife thought I was certifiably insane at this time. The issue eventually resolved itself when I finally chilled out.

    You'll be okay.

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