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Is it normal to feel strange buzzing in my head?

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Last Updated: 03/02/2020 at 12:24pm
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August 16th, 2015 1:17pm
Yes, it is absolutely normal, people feel like that when everything is complicated or when they have headaches
December 8th, 2015 11:39pm
No, i don't think that this is normal. This buzzing may be caused by a brain injury or a mental illness.
June 4th, 2015 4:51am
Is it "normal" to feel "strange"... The body sometimes produces "strange" sensations - including buzzing in the head. If these symptoms pass and don't worry you, this is ok and perfectly "normal." However, if the symptoms _don't_ pass and/or you are getting worried about them, please seek out professional help! Even if there is no acute problem or nothing needing to be "fixed", it can be reassuring to have sought out help and done everything you can to be sure that your body is allright.
July 18th, 2016 5:34pm
Sometimes. It can be caused by binaural beats, fireworks, loud music and sometimes weird blood flow in the nerves around the ear. IT usually goes away in a few moments. IT can also be thought of as a really mild concussion.
February 27th, 2018 6:58pm
No, it is not normal to feel a strange buzzing in your head. Unless you are near some kind of machinery or even power lines which produce a small buzz, you should not be feeling this way.
March 1st, 2018 5:43am
No, that is not normal and you need to see a Neuro MD for this issue.
April 21st, 2015 11:39am
It depends what type of buzzing it is? It's either physiological or medical. Either way, I'd definitely recommend seeking some help, I wouldn't say its normal. I advise visiting your local doctor.
September 24th, 2015 4:14pm
Probably not, I would seek a healthcare professional immediately about this problem. I'm sorry this is happening to you.
February 15th, 2016 4:30am
no, actually. That could be nothing, but if you do have an uncontrollable buzzing you should probably consult your doctor
October 19th, 2015 8:26pm
As other people said in their answers, it matters what kind of "buzzing" you are feeling. Also, it's important to identify what are the situations/moments in which you are feeling this buzzing inside your head. Is it because you are afraid? Is it a defence mechanism? We all react in a certain way when we are approaching something we don't trust. But it's better to be able to understand if it's something higher than we can control and then talk with a doctor about it.
March 20th, 2018 2:28pm
If it is a constant phenomena you might want to consult a family doctor to rule out a medical issue.
December 21st, 2015 8:30pm
You may want to go and see a doctors about this... You may have been exposed to loud noise/music without ear protection and may have done some damage to your dear drums... Being a musician I have plenty of experience in this and know how to avoid it. If it occurs that you do have some damage to your ears/hearing you can purchase ear plugs for a next to nothing price online or in general stores.
March 2nd, 2020 12:24pm
According to me .Sometimes you can have a certain uncomfortable situations coming at you and in response to that you might have a certain discomfort arising in your head and if you do feel any such buzzing you should try to contact at least someone near you who really cares for you and a friend might really be helpful in any such scenarios.If he/she cannot resolve the issue ,you should proceed to contact a therapist. Seeking professional help is the best way in the scenarios beyond our control.So being confronted with such feelings we should really take care of our own .