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Author: admin, 15.02.2014. Category: Tinnitus Causes And Cures

This is a bit off topic but as I am in an industry that makes a living out of recording sound and vision I feel obliged to report this weird phenomena that has occurred a second time over the last two years. I was in the edit suite which is right next door to our bed room when my wife came in and asked me what the humming noise was, it was about 1.30am. I decided to see if the noise was only in the house or outside so we drove round the local area in Burnside, Rutherglen stopping and listening, strangely the noise could also be heard a quarter of a mile up the hill from my house facing south but going the same distance north, nothing.
I looked for the obvious train line maintenance or any kind of construction but once again nothing, the same happened about a year and a half ago and we went through the same exercise. This strange low frequency hum has also been reported from Canada and England all with the same story only noticeable at night, we don’t have any overhead pylons anywhere near us so it remains a mystery. It was mainly at night and morning i remember for a few hours during the day it would often stop mid morning then start again in the late afternoon.
I have been hearing this deafening head rattling rumble again now for 2 months after not hearing it for 3 years. The humdruz Fortean times covered it some years ago .i know a megalithic site which kicks this sound out really powerfully . Help any thoughts I’m being driven crazy, for the last two plus mths I have lived in my flat for 12 years and at the end of November my neighbours electrics went off so he called out an electrocution and he called down stairs to my flat asi have the main electric fuse for upstairs in my electric panel he. HiTracey where about do you live i have had the same problem for years in my flat and i am positive it is electrical but no one seems to agree. Hi Sue thanks for your text It would be a real help for you to come and have a listen to see if it is the same sound you are experiencing.
Hi Tracey, Brooklands is about 5 miles from the new paper mill on the outskirts of Partington, and paper mills are known to produce large amounts of low frequency noise.
Can I suggest in order to test whether you’re being affected by LFN from this paper mill that you go somewhere in one of the national parks (except the Peak District) which is away from any industry and wind farms and see if your symptoms improve.
Hi Sue There has been a change this past week noise is stronger for first time I’m experiencing headaches and pulse is much stronger back on meds to help me cope.
I switched off all the equipment and could still faintly hear a low, almost mains hum in our bedroom, it is officially reported to be between 40-80 Hz. What really caught my attention were the trailer towed diesel generators that were located outside the 2 well houses. I left house at 12.30pm It took over 3hrs for my ears to get back to normal my hearing was over sensitive for that time. No one else can pick up on it and it comes and goes, sometimes it lasts for a few nights or weeks then it is gone.

I became severely affected by low frequency noise coming from a large new paper mill in south Manchester and had to move out of the area because of it.
It is a characteristic of Low Frequency Noise that earplugs do not stop it, it passes right through buildings and through your head. I stayed at a B&B in Borrowdale in the Lake District one weekend and was much less affected by LFN. I just wish it would stop or at least be at a level where we can still function with no side effects. I still feel it is electricity and the sky box up in my loft as when my neighbour downstairs puts his telly on the noise gets stronger…and it resonates all around the flat. I got excited and called the well owner only to find that the sound was active and the generators were not. The houses here in my development are on limestone and all mains are underground laying on the limestone. Today noise wasn’t bad but from 10 past 11pm tonight the hum is back with a vengeance.
I live in upstate NY and have be experiencing this for approximately 2 years.I’m the only one that hears it! I am a very instinctive and intuitive person and the humming makes me feel sick and i have terrible nightmares. Doc sent me to hospital to have a 24hr monitor fitted but i was staying at my sisters at that time so it didnt give a true reading of how i am affected by the noise in my house!! I too live in a semi basement suite and only started hearing it when I moved in 4 years ago. I initially moved a few miles away but was still badly affected so have had to move 12 miles away, although the noise still bothers me where I live now. However when I dropped my friend off atStockbridge in Edinburgh, the noise was there, quite loud and strong.
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The owner did say that he would ask the guys to inspect the well for any possible failure which could cause vibration but I don’t think this is the cause. I still think it has to do with faulty electric wiring and Sky dishes or boxes in lofts.I really sympathize with you. The hum, for me, feels and sounds like waves of sound that’s going through the whole house, I am actually hearing it as I write this.

I live in the Broomhouse area and there is a small sub station along the road from where i live. The reason why I know the source of the LFN which is affecting me is that I lived in Partington for over thirty years and it was only when this mill started up that I became badly affected. Or maybe there is some mysterious work is going on underground…which is more to conspiracy theories.
All houses in this development have electric heat, and I notice it more in the winter and at night when lots of houses are using more electrical power.
At first I thought it was electrical, gas lines, engines rumbling,nothing serious just super annoying and louder at night time so it is hard to be ignored. Previous to this it was only occasional LFN that affected me whereas now it’s continual all the time. The power draw is so great you can even hear the power transformers on the street whining from about 100 feet away. But this summer I knew it was something else, it has woken me from deep sleep, more than once and has caused odd physical movement responses.
There doesn’t seem to be an answer as to why some hear others do not, nor where it comes from. I have spent a great deal of time on google maps satellite view looking for possible areas worth inspecting.
I searched and there are no cars or engines, no noises being heard by family members, & I have heard it during blackots. I have been experiencing serious migraines regularly(this is new), woken up with blood stained pillows, severe bouts of insomnia, and it gets worse depending where my bed is situated in my room. Please do take tehj readings on the Analyzer and if you can on your Blood Pressure and Pulse.
I love my home as it was the house I always wanted but I will put it up for sale if this can’t be controlled.

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