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You feel as though you are listening to the world more, especially when you are in a new or stressed environment
Have you ever listened to your surroundings while feeling lost or confused? Most people have, but no one really focuses on how it affects them. Many individuals say they feel cold, anxious, or frightened, even if they aren’t being physically attacked.
The sound of tapping fingers hitting the keyboard can stop a person in their tracks. It is peaceful and calming, much like the ocean. Listening to the clicking keys will put you into a calm state that lingers long after you finish reading.
Finding ways to relax yourself can reduce your stress and help you sleep better at night. Learning something new such as singing a song from memory yields results. If you don’t know how to sing a song from memory, Google “How to learn songs” which returns dozens of tutorials.
Getting some extra money online for small tasks is another way to relax yourself. No need to earn cash, just take up offers that pop up on your Facebook page or Twitter feed. These apps are free and easy to use and offer quick rewards.
At the end of a hard day, tap water is so refreshing! Check out LingoLabs.com and find some funny phrases to play with next time you go shopping or eat lunch.
You are listening to your body more
As you’ve probably noticed, you pay closer attention to your sensations than usual when you’re stressed. This is a good thing; ignoring your feelings will only make them worse.
The problem comes when you ignore other people’s views of your experience. They might say that you look or sound different, but that doesn’t mean that those emotions are bad or wrong. It means that they’re just not recognized yet.
This is like telling someone they smell nice. Their hair may be dry, but there could be lots of reasons why – maybe they just got out of a long day, or maybe they forgot to use shampoo today.
Only know how you feel about this, and go from there. Maybe you want to explore why you tap so much at night. Is it because something was bothering you, or did you just have an intense dream? Find out what caused your nighttime tapping, and if it helps you sleep better, keep doing it.
However, if nobody understands what you go through, how can they help you? People cannot read your mind.
Because you are more anxious
You’re probably not experiencing tapping as effectively as possible right now. And hearing occasional background noises can be helpful in alleviating your stress.
However, you may want to consider changing your listening strategy if it’s causing you trouble. When you hear talking or other people moving around, you might find that noise masking is helping reduce the frequency of your unwanted sounds.
Noise masks refer to the tendency for sound waves to interfere with each other when they move into our ears. By pushing one wave toward another, we can reduce their interference by hearing them better.
By implementing audio recordings of what many call “white noise” (a constantly changing sound), you can achieve blocks of time where there is no noise. Your brain cannot focus on the alternating tones because they are not aligned with whatever you are doing, but it will focus on these short periods of silence before the noise returns.
This could be very helpful for those with anxiety disorders who experience sensory sensitivity every day.
You are more aware of things
We tend to notice sounds when they’re repeated or unusual. That is why hearing music over and over while watching TV can be relaxing (because you keep noticing how repetitive it is).
However, you don’t really pay much attention to most noises you hear once in a while. Once you start paying close attention, you will find that you do hear certain noises- even if you don’t care about them.
For example, birds might always fly in the same way. If you watch closely, you’ll see that they usually stay in the same area and go back and forth very quickly between one tree and another.
You may only become aware of this pattern if you are already focused on something else, such as trying listening to radio or talking with friends. When you first listen to these birds, their movements may seem random. However, there is an order to their flights that you could identify by taking note of where each bird goes.
Even if you don’t pay attention to what sound trucks make, you may still learn to recognize different patterns associated with those voices. With practice, you can learn to hear what people say who speak a language you aren’t familiar with.
Many animals communicate using noise rather than words. For instance, insects communicate using loud songs or many other gestures. Some scientists believe that our ability to process and understand speech came about because we evolved to understand and enjoy listening to conversations.
You are becoming more sensitive
We’ve come to expect that hearing things is part of what it means to be human. After all, we can hear sounds, listen to conversations, and recognize words without having to see them. That is because sound travels in waves that occupy space and push or pull on our ears when they reach your nerve endings.
Your sense of smell also plays a large role in giving you information about the world around you. When you breathe in air, molecules move through your nose and cause your nasal walls to produce mucus and fluids that bring oxygen to your brain for processing.
What makes sniffing important is found in how many times per day humans communicate via olfaction (the senses of smell and taste). From the time we are babies, we are exposed to thousands of different smells every day. They play an integral part in who we are as people.
Given this importance, it makes sense that we would have evolved to detect and respond to threats using odors. For example, if you eat foods that are healthy but contain chemicals that are poisonous, your body will know to reject those items.
However, if you treat your body like it’s sick even if you don’t have health issues, it may hinder your body from responding to real illness by subconsciously thinking it is safe. This is why eliminating toxins from our environment is so important.
You are more likely to listen to your brain
Even if you can’t remember how you feel, there are things that you can do to help determine what kind of hearing loss you have. By paying attention to what sounds you hear when you don’t have a tap light, you can evaluate your risk for hearing loss.
Many people think they have heard something new or strange after going back to school or work. It is common to assume that you aren’t doing well in either area by noticing small noises that keep popping out at night.
However, these noises could be signs of a health issue that needs medical attention. If you notice any tingling in your fingers or toes, pain intensifying in one ear, burning upon activity, or sound distortion, make sure to seek medical assistance before these symptoms grow worse.
Hearing loss may also be associated with other chronic health issues like high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, and thyroid problems.
If you experience any of these symptoms, contact your primary care physician immediately. He or she will run tests and assess your risks to see whether you have an underlying cause for your auditory hallucinations (such as drug use or schizophrenia).
If that doesn’t resolve your symptoms, continue onto this section.
You are using your third eye
Your third eye is the part of your brain that’s responsible for intuition, telepathy, and extrasensory perception (ESP). Basically this area helps you connect to things beyond physical cause and effect.
Most people refer to this as their gut feeling or instinct.
You can activate your third eye via meditation, yoga poses, prayer, or by watching certain movies or reading stories where characters use their third eyes.
Some experts suggest that our third eyes is always active but we need to learn how to activate it.
Another suggestion is that our third eyes has an off switch. We just don’t know we have it turned on.
When we meditate or engage in other forms of self-care, they help rewire our brains and bodies enough to turn on these functions that were once dormant.
You are tapping into your third eye
Your third eye is the inner sense you have that everything is connected, nothing is missing, and every thing has its place in this world. This center of awareness exists within all living things.
When you tap into this part of yourself, you’re more aware of what others think or feel. It’s like when you hear another person’s thoughts without them knowing you’re listening.
You can even imagine how it would be to live with only one eye open-the blind spot. How could you get by if you didn’t have sound or touch? Probably not very well!
That’s why we need our five senses—we depend on them to function daily.
Your third eye is different for each individual. Some people call their third eye “jade eye”, while others refer to it as their sixth chakra (buddhognose).
What makes your third eye unique is your perception of reality. You may actually have two sets of eyes, one in front of your face and one behind your face.
Since everyone has these windows to reality, they all have a third eye. But since some people suppressed their third eye long ago, they don’t know how powerful it is.
You can open your third eye
The way you sleep depends to some extent on how much you trust yourself to be awake and aware of your surroundings. If you rely solely on your sleeping pill, it may not give you enough time to fully relax and fall asleep.
Most people will also wake up around midnight after reaching their peak level of relaxation. This happens because your body starts its day with a cycle called circadian rhythm.
When you feel tired in the morning, think about why you felt tired to stay awake longer earlier. It is likely that eating breakfast or drinking coffee helps you get more sleep, so start doing those things to feel better.
There are many ways to increase the amount of sleep you need without medication. Going to bed and getting up on the same schedule each day is one way to adjust to your new lifestyle.
Letting yourself sleep in later or going to bed late, doesn’t mean you should lie in bed all day waiting for hours to see if you can catch another hour or two of sleep. That just throws off your biological clock even further.
Biologically consistent timing is what we call circadian rhythm. But when you first wake up and go back to sleep, it takes your body several hours to sync up with daytime sleepiness.
It typically takes about three weeks for your body to adapt to a change in routine. So if you go to bed and wake up at different times, you could risk pushing your circadian rhythm