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Posted By : restless1980 - 4/30/2005 7:34 PM
Hi everyone

Everytime there is noise coming from different directions such as restaurants, and other small rooms full of people talking I get the following symptioms:

- very hard to concentrate, very hard to hear the person talking infront of me
- sometimes headaches (the harder I try to concentrate the worse it gets)
- very hard to speak (maybe related to low concentration)
- sometimes nausia but rarely.


Can anyone thi nk of what this could be? I've search the net but can't really pinpoint. If people could point me in the right direction that would be great.

I've had this condition for about 5 years, I am 25 now, i've tried to ignore it but it really prevents me from socializing sometimes.

I plan to see a neurologist soon.

Thanks in advance

Posted By : tysmyboo - 5/2/2005 5:20 PM

Which seems to be the MAIN symptom?

This could be a headache disorder...

Keep your neuro appt and let us know what happens!

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Posted By : restless1980 - 5/3/2005 5:48 AM
Hi I would say the main symptom is unable to concentrate, sometimes accompanied with a headache, then hard to hear and speak. This is normally happens when there is lots of noise around me but can happen without noise.

I've been doing alot of research and I stumbled across magnesium deficiency which can give you inner ear trouble as well as noise sensitivity, the other symptions associated were what I have also. Other conditions I found don't identify my problem as well as magnesium deficiency. I do not eat alot of vegetables so it could be in fact that, so now I'm try to eat a magnesium rich diet as well as taking magnesium supplement pills, I hope it helps!

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