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About Darken

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  • Birthday 11/04/1985

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    Houston, Texas, USA
  • Interests
    computers, music, reading, writing, drawing, programming
  • Favorite Area of Science
    Astronomy and computers
  • Biography
    I'm a very understanding person, Iike to have deep talks, learn new things especially related to computers.
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    High School Student
  1. Yes, I was partly deaf by birth, only they realized it when it was seriously advanced. I consider that the ringing sometimes must be due to it, but clear voices don't seem to be related, or so I think. More likely I have linked it to depression and paranoia, but I'm not really sure.
  2. Oh, I see. That was my first theory, but I thought may be the auditory system could be involved. What you say makes a lot of sense. It is weird to see how our minds can create such things. But I should have noticed that since I'm 85% deaf without aid hearing and either way, I can hear very vivid voices that sometimes seem so real, but I know aren't because of the circumstances in which I am.
  3. In some cases, I conclude, people bite their nails to control anxiety. Notice that when you are nervous, tired, mad, you will bite your nails or play with your hands. I have depression, and often when I'm under too much pressure, mad, sad, anxious, I bite my nails to the point that it hurts. At that point I start biting the skin around the nails. In other people it starts as something you don't pay attention to, but eventually it becomes an adiction.
  4. Often, in my mind I ask myself a question, with words [language] and the answer comes by itself, I don't even analyze the question or say the answer with words. The outcome is just an act or an emotion showed into actions such as shaking my head if I suddenly disagree I think these are non-language manifestations of thinking.
  5. I'm quite new so I have no clue where to post this question, but I need to vent it out of my mind I was reading about Auditory Hallucinations and the doubt popped. It goes like this: Whenever we listen to a sound, our tympanic membrane vibrates, therefore making it's way up to the brain and converting the sound wave into something we can understand. Now, my question is: When people has Auditory Hallucinations, is it possible that they are actually distortioning sounds around them? We could know by [if it's possible] checking if their tympanic membranes are working at the moment where they are having an auditory hallucination I'm not sure if that has been proven, I haven't found anything on it so I decided to just ask. If anybody has any idea, I'd love to hear conclusions. ~Ale~
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