Question by  Araema (22)

What does it mean if you are hearing bells?


Answer by  dr84bhl (2789)

The possible cause could be tinnitus which is a loud ringing in the ears. One way to help you sleep is have a radio on very low as it help takes your mind off the noise. You cannot do anything for tinnitus unfortunately. Eating healthily and drinking plenty of water does help.Stay away from alcohol.


Answer by  toastedcheese (216)

Sounds like you could have tinnitus - ringing in the ears. This can be caused by an ear infection, wax or foreign objects in your ear, injury from loud noises, taking certain medications, or for no discernible reason at all. So the best first treatment is cleaning your ears. If that doesn't help and it persists, see a doctor!


Answer by  Squeaker (100)

You may be living close to a church. The sound should be lovely, unless you are trying to sleep. Around Christmas time, certain charities recruit people to cause you to hear bells. Look for a guy dressed like Santa. You could be suffering from tinnitus, a condition that causes ringing in the ears. If it annoys you, seek medical attention.


Answer by  Anonymous

Many believe the bells are the call of the lightworker from spiritual forces. There are some things that cannot be explained away with logic or medical reasons. Hundreds of people hear these bells. My husband and I both heard them one night, so where did they come from?


Answer by  smd4newsboys (95)

This often is a sign you have been or are often near loud noises that is doing damage to your hearing i would suggest earplugs. Also unless you have to wake to an alarm earplugs when you sleep are not a bad idea either. If this is not the case perhaps you are located to close to a church.


Answer by  Anonymous

I am hearing bells and have been for the past 10-15 years, and I suffer from tinnitus, and believe me this has nothing to do with tinnitus! Its clearly bells... and it seems outside the ears, not inside the head which is totally different, its clearly bells!

posted by Anonymous
I defininately hear bells when I shake my head from left to right. I am in the hearing profession and know what tittinus is. This not Tittinus. I never hear these little bells unless I shake my head.  add a comment

Answer by  Jacque (-1)

When I shake my head from left to right very fast, I hear a low bell tinkling. I am recovering from Bells Palsy. Are they related?

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