- Reduced hearing, deafness, diminished hearing
Reduced hearing, deafness, diminished
hearing anxiety symptoms:
symptom can be experienced in a number of ways and can vary from
person to person. For example, this symptom is commonly described
• a plugged or “stopped up” ear
• diminished or severely reduced hearing
• the inability to hear certain sounds or frequencies
• muted hearing, as if hearing sounds under water
• significant hearing loss
• a “stuffed” or “blocked” ear
• extra pressure or fullness in the ear
This symptom can also feel as if there is something blocking
your ear canal when there isn’t anything blocking it.
These are just a few of the many descriptions of this symptom.
This symptom can affect one ear or both ears, and may come and
go occasionally or persist indefinitely. It also may affect one
ear over and over again, alternate between both ears, or affect
both ears over and over again. All are common.
Many become concerned about this symptom because of its impact
on lifestyle and normal activities.
NOTE: There are direct physiological and
psychological reasons why anxiety symptoms occur. The members
area contains detailed information about common anxiety symptoms
including what they are, why they occur, and what you can do
to eliminate them. It includes the anxiety symptom of reduced
hearing, deafness, and diminished hearing.