ok this may sound wierd...

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   Posted 5/4/2009 1:10 PM (GMT -6)   
ok for the past few days i have been worrying about jingles or songs that get stuck in my head and as soon as i do get them i block them out however this is the only thing that you can concentrate on is blocking it out god i hate this and i cant relax what do i do and has anyone expirienced this?

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   Posted 5/4/2009 1:35 PM (GMT -6)   
Hey there, it sounds like you are obsessing about the jingles.  Perhaps if you do something you like, something that will keep your mind busy the jingles will quit circling in your head.
Good Luck.

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   Posted 5/4/2009 2:22 PM (GMT -6)   
thanks kitt

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   Posted 5/5/2009 5:38 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi...I've read that songs and jingles that get stuck in your head are called ear worms. They say that if you sing the song and or jingles out loud they will fade away. I often get these ear worms and I do sing them out loud a couple of times and they go away. Maybe power of suggestion? I don't know...but it works for me! Of course, with my bad singing voice I make sure to sing them only in my own company. LOL!

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   Posted 5/6/2009 1:56 AM (GMT -6)   
Ok. Songs, scarey thoughts, etc., doesn't matter. If you have the same things going around and around in your head, just let them be. Don't try to kick them out. Don't freak out and worry about why it's happening. Just let your mind do it's thing. You are obviously tired due to stress and anxiety. Make sure you are getting plenty of sleep and good food. This "thing" will pass.
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