Do You Have Hearing Motion Synesthesia

Hearing motion synesthesia is not too common a problem and not many seems to have heard of it or familiar of it. A new name always intrigues all of us so I guess it will be a gripping read. Walking through a busy road with passer by all around, huge commotion of people talking, traffic snarl all sometimes make you feel dizzy in the head. Do you hear some other sound like “whoo-ee!” in your ears apart from the commotion going around you? If this is what you experience then you might be suffering from hearing-motion Synesthesia. You can be surer about it from the following methods. However having synesthesia does not mean having hearing loss or wearing a hearing device.

hearing aidThe synesthesia is involuntary. It is something beyond your control. It happens suddenly and it’s consistent. You cannot stop the noise till you look in a different direction. Sometimes it is also activated by something that is blinking. It may be caused due to car blinkers, rapidly blinking of eyes or any blinking light. If all these blinking activities trigger off sounds in your ears then you have the symptom of hearing-motion Synesthesia. It may be so that you already have it but never noticed or chose to ignore it. Try to be careful from next time while you are in a crowd or in a public place with commotion so as to assess if you are hearing some other sound.

Now do not think that you will start experiencing all these right after reading this article. Do you ever zone out when you stare at something moving or blinking? Then it is synesthesia for sure. If you hear the sound and feel that you are not actually hearing the sound but it is in your head then you are suffering from associated synesthesia. But if you are actually hearing it you are having projected synesthesia. 

Do not become panic stricken if you are hearing all these. Just see a doctor and get treated. It is not a serious disease and you are not suffering from any hearing disorder that might lead you to wearing a hearing aid

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Posted on October 25, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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