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I can hear high pitch noise coming from inside my head while sleeping. What could be the reason ?

i am 17 years old , and wen i am falling asleep , or i am already sleeping , i hear a very high pitch noise inside my head comming from inside my head it is so loud it almost feels lyke my body and head are vibrating , and i am aware dat i am sleeping and i see my body in da posoition wich i fell sleep while all this is happening , nd i cannot move , i try to move but its like if im stuck . what could this be
Asked On : Wed, 16 Mar 2011
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Could be a dream. Sometimes they feel like real...If it happens again , visit a psychiatrist and talk abt it.
Answered: Wed, 16 Mar 2011
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Hi Melvin

Welcome to HealthcareMagic.

I would ask you to tell me since how long have you been experiencing these voices.

This is a situation which needs thorough evaluation from a Psychiatrist .Nothing can be clarified with this history.

To give you an idea , Sleep is in various stages.Meaning when you go to sleep , when you reach deep sleep , the journey is in various stages where brain resonates with various frequency waves.Due to these variations there can be a chance of audio heard like this.
This might be a type of Hypnogogic disturbances.

I suggest you to visit your Psychiatrist for complete evaluation.

Good Luck.
Answered: Wed, 16 Mar 2011
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