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    Weird Buzzing in my head
    mbaker633 posted:
    For anyone who may read this..over the last week I have been experiencing a weird buzzing in my head out of nowhere. It lasts for about 10-20 seconds (maybe less) and that's it. I can have one episode a day or multiple episodes in a day. I am usually sitting down when this occurs. I am 32 years old and have recently been diagnosed with allergy related asthma (which I believe is actually acid reflux) but otherwise am healthy. I have yet to go to the doctor and, frankly, don't know if I should waste my time since no one here seems to be getting any good feedback. This is what I have tried and it seems to be working; whenever it happens, close your eyes until it passes. If you are driving then pull over or sit a few seconds longer at a stop sign or stop light. It seems to be working. I am wondering if it is some kind of sensory overload. I have been using computers for my job for the last 15 years. Plus I watch television and have a smart phone. So, I wonder if the lighting on these products are causing some kind of sensory overload. Let me know your thoughts.


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