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Lack of sleep due to loss of dream job, financial problems, whooshing sound in ears. Cause of worry?

i havent had a decent nights sleep in 7 years (since i lost my dream job and now have constant $ problems) and i am now noticing that when i m just about to wake up or have just woken up, that when i blink, (eyes still closed though) i hear a sort of wooshing noise in my ears. have you ever heard of this? it only lasts a few seconds but it s making me nervous.
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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I am sorry for your condition. Your problem may be because of a physiological reaction to what you have went through or there can also be possibilities of conditions like tinnitus which causes ringing sensation in your ears. I advice you to try to stay as cool and calm as possible. Get a neurological evaluation done by a qualified doctor.

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Answered: Wed, 19 Jun 2013
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