Despite the fact that the human body has all the conditions to feel the noise, we understand that no “extra sounds” should be heard in a healthy body not worse than doctors do. A healthy person should not hear any vibrations or pulsations. In fact, staying in complete silence, any of us can feel a kind of noise in head: it is blood running through the vessels, and the heartbeat, and even muscle contractions and joint movements. During the day they merge with the sounds of the environment, and at night, if desired, we can hear how our body works. Such a noise will not make a person suffer from fear or insomnia, if he is confident that there is nothing wrong with him. However, there could be another kind of noise in head when silent – the pathological one. Such a person is really suffering from this problem. Why could this happen?
Causes of the Noise
Experts divide the noise in the head into the following large groups:
- Natural sounds of the body, which a person perceives in acute form.
- Abnormal noises (psychogenic, pathological).
Both groups can occur both in organic diseases and in nervous disorders. It should be noted that extraneous sounds in the head do not pose a danger to physical health. There are very few really dangerous diseases that provoke an auditory mess. But as for the nervous disorders, they occupy a high position in the statistics on noise symptoms. In addition, with this unpleasant condition, a person gets outplayed by it, and a bouquet of his nervous disorders begins to bloom more than ever.
Although doctors say that after 12-20 months, all the noises easily go to naught without therapeutic intervention, this time is enough to fall into depression and hate your life full of strange harassing sounds. Why do nervous people have buzzing noise in head?
|Neuroses||Neurotic noises are usually triggered by the person himself. The peculiarity of such people is that having successfully get rid one annoying symptom, they soon find another one and begin to suffer from it in the same way. If the patient has recently studied a mental illness or brain disorders, he will certainly begin to tune in to himself – and, surprisingly, he will definitely find something! There will be a strong belief that something is wrong in the head. The patient will begin to concentrate regularly on himself and his surroundings, taking any sound fluctuation for a catastrophe. Each person listening carefully could hear the heartbeat and blood flow through the vessels, as well as a kind of individual hum in the head, which only shows that the body is alive and working steadily. For a person prone to neuroses, such natural sounds turn into real torture.|
|Vegetovascular dystonia and panic attacks||When Vegetovascular dystonia organs seem to “forget” how to work. The body is on autopilot because of the chaos that the CNS creates. The brain constantly gives the body false signals, blood vessels and muscles gain tone in inappropriate situations (or relax Vice versa). The patient, whose sensitivity is exacerbated by impaired work of vegetative system, begins to “hear” all the sound chaos that occurs in his body. Muscle spasms (especially at the time of PA), pushing blood through the narrowed vessels, heartbeat and wiggling of hairs in the inner ear. All this creates regular tinnitus (noise). If the patient hears the “noise” of the muscle, he may perceive it as the chirping of crickets or a kind of snapping. Vascular sounds are usually associated with the rhythm of the heart. It is the clicking noise in head that doctors consider the most unfavorable, because it is associated with difficult blood flow. This symptom can be a harbinger of hypoxia or fainting.|
|Stress and nervous exhaustion||When the nervous system is exhausted, the body becomes too sensitive. It says to the master: calm down, let me relax, rejuvenate. In this case, the nerves of the auditory analyzer can distort sound signals to the brain. Any excitation of the CNS can be transformed into such a signal, and the brain gets into a stupor trying to connect it with something familiar. Signals that do not contain familiar information are automatically transferred to the category of “dangerous”, and the patient panics because of his acute inner hearing.|
Despite the fact that the symptom is not dangerous, it is better to find its cause as soon as possible. You should consult not only a therapist, but also a otolaryngologist, a neurologist, a psychologist and a psychiatrist. In such cases a comprehensive treatment is usually required. This means the establishment of blood circulation, and “recovery” of the nervous system and psychological conversations. The patient should not only eliminate the internal causes of his noise, but also remove the huge stress gained due to the painful symptom. Therefore, psychotherapy is the main weapon in a difficult struggle with his own head.