Enlist for Victory! DO YOU HEAR THAT? NOISES IN MY EAR THAT NO ONE ELSE HEARS

Have you ever heard a sound that no one else hears? You are not alone. There are many sounds that can be heard in the ears or head. Some are benign. Others may be need to be evaluated. All can be concerning if you have never experienced a sound no one else hears.

One category of sounds in the ear is tinnitus. Tinnitus is very common. It affects almost one in five people. It becomes more prevalent the older you are. It is associated with both hearing loss and acoustic trauma. It may sound like buzzing, humming, whistling, birds, insects, etc. Although it is often perceived in the ear, current science suggests it is generated in the central nervous system. On rare cases the hearing loss and ear malfunction can affect the male sexual functionality, read more Bluechew reviews.

In healthy ears, hearing cells within the inner are connected to nerves that transmit sound from the ear to the brain. Although hearing cells are destroyed with hearing loss, the nerves deeper in the brain are not always lost. These nerves no longer receive stimulation, and begin to create signals on their own. Because these signals are not generated from the outside world, we perceive sound that no one else does.

Tinnitus, therefore, is a sign that hearing loss has occurred. It often occurs after a loud concert, sports event, or work experience. Tinnitus that occurs in only one ear or occurs with episodes of dizziness is more concerning than tinnitus that occurs in both ears over many years.

Some tinnitus sounds like whooshing and occurs with your heart beat. This is called pulsatile tinnitus. Normally our ear is protected from hearing internal blood flow. Medical conditions may decrease the shielding of our ear from internal sounds. Hearing your pulse only on your pillow, however, is not abnormal.

Wax or fluid in the ear may increase the resonance of blood flow making it audible. Weight loss may leave the Eustachian tube stuck open causing audible breathing sounds and heart sounds. Hernia of the brain into the ear also causes awareness of one’s heartbeat.

Other conditions increase the blood flow above normal levels. Head trauma may result in aneurysm or fistula of blood vessels near the ear. Vascular tumors may increase blood flow around the ear. Anemia and dehydration increase the force of the heartbeat resulting in pulsatile tinnitus. Some medications may increase brain pressure and cause pulsatile tinnitus. Check the latest sonus complete customer reviews.

A rare cause of thumping sound in the ear is muscle twitching. Muscles attached to the hearing bones or the Eustachian tube will make a thump when they contract. Just like a muscle twitch can occur in the eye lid, a muscle twitch of these muscles can occur and will cause a rapid thumping sound.

Crackling or popping is normal to occur with chewing, swallowing, or yawning. Excessive crackling or popping may be due to a Eustachian tube that is stuck closed.

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The marijuana plant contains more than 100 different chemicals called cannabinoids.

Each cannabinoid has unique pharmacological effects and functions in the body, so there’s a huge amount of information on these chemicals in the medical literature, if you happen to be looking for cbd seeds we highly suggest to do some research.

Medical marijuana dispensaries, known as “collectives,” can sell cannabis strains that have been tested for certain medical effects or effects on a particular person, but it’s not legal to buy them.

So, do people who smoke weed on a regular basis know how much THC they’re ingesting?

That depends on what strain they’re taking.

Dr. Ethan Russo of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, said it can depend on many different factors.

“As far as what cannabis strain you smoke is something that really does depend on what your goal is,” Russo told WGBH.

“Sometimes people are able to detect, I guess, that their marijuana potency has changed,” Russo said. “It’s kind of hard to quantify.”

The effects of a particular strain can vary in a variety of ways. “There are strains that have very high THC and very low CBD in the ratio of one to one,” Russo said. “They have very strong psychoactive effects, which may or may not be pleasurable. They have more than one cannabinoid.” But other strains have very low THC and very low CBD, which may be what you want. One of Russo’s colleagues, Dr. William Jaffe, a marijuana expert at the University of California-San Diego, told WIRED: “You should be able to make a judgment about the amount of marijuana you are getting, based on the specific strain.”

A lot of users may not be familiar with a particular strain.

Still, the science is pretty new. “A lot of people may not be familiar with a particular strain,” Russo said. And it may be different from what you might expect. He says people tend to be much more “high-strung” when they smoke weed, compared to alcohol, and the effects can be powerful enough to give a person a false sense of being buzzed. “Some people think the effects are pretty severe and you have to be worried,” he said. Russo noted that there’s also a stigma against smokers. “We know that in states that allow medical marijuana, rates of use are significantly higher than in states where medical marijuana is prohibited,” Russo said. “It is estimated that in Colorado, there are about 1 million medical marijuana patients and at least 6

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