Music coming out of my head while sleeping

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by JaneSmith, Oct 13, 2008.

  1. JaneSmith

    JaneSmith New Member

    Now this is the most silliest thing that has happened to me. Last night out of a deep sleep, I heard music. I woke up and tried listening.....and since my husband and I were together and nothing was on (tv or radio) - where did this music come from!?!
  2. dragon06

    dragon06 New Member

    I have had the same thing with the music except for me it's when I am falling asleep. It does not wake me up. But yes it is music and it is not coming from anywhere except my own ears.
  3. simonedb

    simonedb Member

    hey wasnt that on a gilligan's island episode one time? someone's dental filling acted like an antenna and brought in a station.
    ok sorry, hmmm, if not that, it sounds very interesting, is it unpleasant?
  4. elliespad

    elliespad Member

    There is such a thing as Musical Epilepsy.
  5. anchor

    anchor Member

    when you have nerve damage in the ears, and your brain isn't hearing enough REAL sound, it will need to create its own.

    i have this too. usually mine is the sound/tone of a news cast, the voices. you can't understand them and you can't turn it up (LOL).

    i wish it was music, that would be more pleasant.

    have your hearing evaluated soon.

  6. GranmaBB

    GranmaBB New Member

    I am stunned to see this post. I thought I was going crazy.

    I hear the 'news reporter' thing at night. At first I thought it was the TV, then someone outside talking. But it wasn't either. Also I think I have Tinnitus really bad because I always hear buzzing in my head for the past 6 months.

    Do I go to an ENT or a hearing specialist of some sort?
    Thanks for this post.
  7. kbak

    kbak Member

    Hi Bobbi,
    No, your anything but crazy! I ruptured both my ear drums as a kid and have since then hear stuff. I say stuff because nothing is really clear. Sometimes music, sometimes voices. There's really nothing they can do about it so enjoy the music.

    Take care,
  8. GranmaBB

    GranmaBB New Member

    Do you have to wear a hearing aid? How was it diagnosed?
    I am freaking out because I don't want 1 more thing wrong with me or 1 more doctor to have to visit.
    Do you ever get used to it?

  9. munch1958

    munch1958 Member

    I used to walk around my house complaining about someone leaving the radio on all of the time or a TV on. I'd check everything for music and ask everyone but no one else could hear it but me.

    Google musicial hallucinations + Lyme or Borreliosis and you'll find lots of hits. Hyperacusis or oversensitive hearing is another common symptom of neurological Borreliosis.

    This is one of the ways spirochetes can attack the nervous system. This was by far one of my most kooky Lyme symptoms. Thankfully, this problem is gone now with proper treatment of hormones, heparin, Abx and yeast meds.