Sleep paralysis ringing in ears

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Have lately experienced the ringing in ears. It is of concern and does it has it any relation to heart problems that im not aware of or could be developing?
If I react to it it stops but if I let it remain the pressure stays and ill get a ringing in my ears. It is usually accompanied by sleep paralysis, or I think thats what it is according to other forums. Dose anyone else have or know about this issue?
Keep this in mind while you are panicking. There are such things as sleep seizures, and this may explain the ringing in your ears etc. In your case it is definitely worth raising this with whoever is controlling your epilepsy. For some reason sleep paralysis is not taken seriously, unless it is associated with daytime uncontrolled sleepiness (narcolepsy). I think it should be researched more, as this is such a powerfully negative experience for so many people.
TMJ may cause ear pain, ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and hearing loss. Sometimes people mistake TMJ pain for an ear problem, such as an ear infection, when the ear is not the problem at all." I am currently having a terrible time with my left ear, and was looking for relief and found this site, hope this helps some of you!
I've had eczema in my ears for 15 yrs. It is very cyclical, starting w/intense uncontrollable itching, then clear fluid leaking from skin, followed by crusting over & flaking of skin in ears that is itchy in & of itself, leading to more scratching & picking at ears. The skin in my ears gets very damaged and ratty during outbreaks. I also have swelling of the ear canal after these itch/scratch episodes that are sometimes quite painful, & Motrin helps that. ENT Dr.
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So far it has worked for me nicely. I have a sleep study scheduled in forty-five days. I guess there are a lot of people in need in this department--I could not schedule it any earlier. In the interim, my doctor, in conjunction with the resident neurologist gave me a battery of in-office test to determine whether I needed further neurological evaluation, i.e., brain scan or whatever. They determined that there is nothing wrong with me neurologically.
Blood tests every 6 months showed a gradual reduction in red blood cells, and slowly the stuffy, ringing noise in my ears diminished. There's no doubt in my mind that CPAP saved me from a slow unpleasant death from stroke, or enlarged heart. I apologize if I've provided more than a direct answer to your question, but so many people suffer from undiagnosed OSA, that I hope my contribution here will spark somebody to do something about it.
I have internal trembling and sleep paralysis, mostly when I wake up from a nap or in the morning, or occasionally when I am just lying down. At times it has been so severe I've actually gone to the ER. I've seen well over 20 doctors with no diagnosis, and I have many other horrible symptoms as well. The reason I'm posting is because I've actually made significant progress and discovered the reason for my symptoms.
Also just b4 it happened i got like a ringing in my ears with this feeling like everything was big in the room and i became tiny, as if i was no bigger than a bug. The whole experience would last a few secs but use to happen nearly 3 or 4 times a night and sometimes the tiny feeling would last for an hour or so. I feel that in times of continued stress your mind can perfom tricks on you and it is its way of telling you that you need to sort things out. Remove the stress.
) Eyes/Vision Double, blurry or dim vision Increased floating spots Pain in/behind eyes, or swelling around eyes Over sensitivity to light Flashing lights Optic neuritis Ears/Hearing Decreased hearing in one or both ears Buzzing or clicking noises in ears Pain in ears or sound sensitivity Ringing in one or both ears Pressure or feeling of fullness in ears Digestive and Excretory Systems Diarrhea, irritable bowel Constipation Irritable bladder (trouble starting, stopping) Frequen
Thanks for using the forum. I am happy to address your questions, and my answer will be based on the information you provided here. Please make sure you recognize that this forum is for educational purposes only, and it does not substitute for a formal office visit with your doctor. Without the ability to examine you and obtain a history, I can not tell you what the exact cause of your symptoms is. However I will try to provide you with some useful information.
) Eyes/Vision Double, blurry or dim vision Increased floating spots Pain in/behind eyes, or swelling around eyes Over sensitivity to light Flashing lights Optic neuritis Ears/Hearing Decreased hearing in one or both ears Buzzing or clicking noises in ears Pain in ears or sound sensitivity Ringing in one or both ears Pressure or feeling of fullness in ears Digestive and Excretory Systems Diarrhea, irritable bowel Constipation Irritable bladder (trouble starting, stopping) Frequen
I'm wondering if maybe I STILL have a low level increase in pressure? I get horribel tinnitus..but its high pitched and in both ears. I also get weird throbbiing sensations in my head when I get up fast from sittiing. I've had the whoosh whoosh sound in my right ear but only occassionally. Because of that I had an MRA done and that was normal. And yes I get neck pain...but then again my neck is full of arthritis.
He said that the scans don't show any cause for this to be happening and it looks like it is curving in rather than the bone thinning in that area. At this point it isn't affecting my brain, so he wants me to repeat the scans in October and come back so he can see if there are any changes. Keep in touch if you find anything out about yours. and feel free to send me a message in my inbox - I have a watch on this post and my inbox and I recieve an email whenever anyone posts to it.
The symptoms you are experiencing could be as indicated due to an entity called sleep paralysis. When this happens in sleep the person has difficulty moving his hands or feet. This is the symptom of a sleep disorder called Narcolepsy. This sleep disorder is characterized by excessive day time sleepiness, sleep paralysis, cataplexy where the person has episodes of loss of muscle function while awake, hypnogogic hallucinations and automatic behavior.
Yeah I've been able to make this same noise since I was very young I had no idea that anyone else could also. Does anyone know if this is something only a few people can do? I've asked a few people now and they all look at me like I'm crazy.
My symptoms also include headaches and pressure on top of my head and in my jaw, lack of concentration and ringing in the ears. However, my husband has primarily the tingling in the hands and feet. We are detoxing and the symptoms are improving. At first we thought it was just mercury poisoning from eating fish. However, consider that metals like lead, aluminum etc. could be a part as well.
) Eyes/Vision Double, blurry or dim vision Increased floating spots Pain in/behind eyes, or swelling around eyes Over sensitivity to light Flashing lights Optic neuritis Ears/Hearing Decreased hearing in one or both ears Buzzing or clicking noises in ears Pain in ears or sound sensitivity Ringing in one or both ears Pressure or feeling of fullness in ears Digestive and Excretory Systems Diarrhea, irritable bowel Constipation Irritable bladder (trouble starting, stopping) Frequen
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tingling in my hands, feet and face. Scoliocis. Ringing in my right ear. Stumbling when I walk. Blurred vision in right eye. Slurred speech, forgotten words. Choking. A really weird one - I don't sweat - ever, for any reason. Not sure if it's connected but hey - why not throw it in for good measure? LOL! So, That's some of mine. The worse are the daily migraines and the constant pain. I can deal with the rest, buy it would sure be nice to get some relief from those!
) Eyes/Vision Double, blurry or dim vision Increased floating spots Pain in/behind eyes, or swelling around eyes Over sensitivity to light Flashing lights Optic neuritis Ears/Hearing Decreased hearing in one or both ears Buzzing or clicking noises in ears Pain in ears or sound sensitivity Ringing in one or both ears (tinnitus) Pressure or feeling of fullness in ears Digestive and Excretory Systems Diarrhea, irritable bowel Constipation Irritable bladder (trouble starting, stoppin
Sharp pains in my legs (around the inside of my knees) it feels like it's in my veins or something. My left arm has experienced paralysis or became numb on several occasions and now I have numbness and pain up my left arm and the left side of my neck; sharp throbbing pains up my neck and into the back of my head. I also have throbbing in the inner side of my legs...around the artery... numbness in my left big toe...
For example during my episode last night - My mind woke up but my body was still sleeping, I was dreaming but could hear my television in the background but I couldn't move, I couldn't open my eyes and I couldn't say anything. I was also hearing a whirring/ringing noise in my ears. After a few moments I was able to let out a little moan and I woke up. The episode may seem like it last minuets or longer but it really only lasts seconds.
You need to consult a neurologist as soon as possible or go to an emergency room and get evaluated for head injury and concussion. You may also need a MRI of the brain. The headaches could just be due to the hit or due to some bleed (that caused the swelling) or due to just a superficial injury to scalp. It cal also be due to bead injury that goes deeper into the brain.
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What symptoms are the major ones for possibly having a brain tumor? I'm tired, sometimes dizzy, ringing ears, headaches every once in a while, nautious every once in a while, and sometimes feel like my vision is acting up, like its unreal? I don't konw if this is anxiety (which I have) or something to get looked at?
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I have had several of these episodes in the last 3 nights. As I'm trying to go to sleep, my ears start ringing loudly, followed by complete silence (even if the TV is on); i totally lose all vision and can't move, not even a muscle...episodes last around 10-15 secs and I am awake the whole time! It is terrifying. It's like passing out, but still being conscious. Has anyone ever experienced anything like this before??? It is very scary. Thanks.
) Eyes/Vision Double, blurry or dim vision Increased floating spots Pain in/behind eyes, or swelling around eyes Over sensitivity to light Flashing lights Optic neuritis Ears/Hearing Decreased hearing in one or both ears Buzzing or clicking noises in ears Pain in ears or sound sensitivity Ringing in one or both ears Pressure or feeling of fullness in ears Digestive and Excretory Systems Diarrhea, irritable bowel Constipation Irritable bladder (trouble starting, stopping) Frequen
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