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Re: music in my head chriscat

Posted by PoohBear on March 24, 2004, at 10:56:01

In reply to Re: music in my head, posted by chriscat on March 24, 2004, at 6:25:18

This is called rumination... I used to do this as well. The music is generated by memories in your mind. The thing that stopped this for me was Effexor. Knocked it dead in it's tracks. I no longer have the anxious, obsessive thoughts I used to have and I can "turn the music off" if I so desire.


> I hear the music almost exclusively at night with my hearing aids out. I don't hear it anywhere but home and it is mostly 19th or early 20th century music--except last night I heard Exodus, perhaps because we were talking about the assassination of the Hamas leader in Israel last night. But sometimes I don't know the song, although there's the possibility that I might have "heard" it and not internalized it. It's obviously entirely subjective and suggestive. I wonder if I would hear it in other 19th century houses since it might be a concidence of suggestive factors. I have also been having waking illusions in tyhe night some of which are quite amusing like my beagle (who sleeps on the bed) rising on her hind legs and doing pirouettes in a tutu. These started when Clonodine was added to Toprol, Diltiazem, and Vasotec. These are starting to fade as I get used to the drugs.




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