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Artk

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Hi
My Hyperacusis started about 8 years ago, since 4 or 5 years I'm fine, don't have any problems with sound sensitivity and my ears doesn't hurt. There is a lot to write about my story but maybe some other time I will write it.

I have some other problems and I'm curious if somebody here have similiar.
I like boxing, running, swimming, but have problem only with boxing. After I make rapid movement by hands, rapid neck turn and rapid contract neck muscle, I have ears hurt, very similar to the hurt I had from sound. I takes about 3-7 days and it stop hurt. I had to stop practicing boxing because of that.

Have somebody similar problem and know what cause that ?

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Artur
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Debbie

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Hi Artur,

There is feedback beween somatic (body) muscles and the auditory system because of the ways the nerves are interconnected.

There have been people on this board with hyperacusis/tinnitus whose ear conditions began with a body movement.

Here is a link to one site which shows some ways body muscles can relate to pain in the ear due to compression on certain nerves.
http://www.round-earth.com/SCM.html

That whole web site is pretty interesting actually, it is a martial arts site but discusses health issues to help martial artists stay well and strong.

Debbie
PS. Here are more examples from this same site:
http://round-earth.com/HeadPainIntro.html
http://round-earth.com/index.html


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Debbie,
Great websites.  Thanks! 

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