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    That's why the words "May cause auditory hallucinations" caught my attention.
    Something similar has been happening to me, but it doesn't sound like a ringing of bells. It's more like an occasional buzz or chirp that no one else seems to hear. I've always thought it was an ear or sinus problem, but now I'm wondering if it could be something else instead (like coffee).

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    Google tinnitus.

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    I thank Peter for giving a direction to our thought. I think it is Tinnitus only. Actually, there are three categories of hearing problems in which we hear things which are not really there.

    1. True Auditory Hallucinations (TAH)
    2. Pseudo Auditory Hallucinations (PAH)
    3. Tinnitus

    True-auditory hallucinations - In this, we clearly hear things and understand the voices of people talking and we understand each and every word of the conversation. It is caused by mental illness, called schizophrenia.

    Pseudo-auditory hallucinations - In this auditory hallucination a person may hear vague musical sounds. It may sound like a fuzzy and indistinct song, rhythmic noises or anything musical.

    Tinnitus- Unlike TAH and PAH, patients of Tinnitus face tough time to deal with it. It is an auditory nerve disorder in which a person may hear ringing, roaring, beating, clicking, banging, buzzing, hissing, humming, chirping, clanging, sizzling, whooshing, rumbling, whistling or dreadful shrieking noise in the ears.
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    Benefits of Coffee-coffeinevsbeer.pngThis might be related with the topic !

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    Hey Venge,

    Thanks for sharing such a beautiful comparison between beer and coffee. I found the last section quite funny though.
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    RE: Benefits of Coffee

    Thank you very much for the information. It is very helpful, as I thought, coffee is not good. But still it has benefits to our body.
    Last edited by stephen12; 03-02-2014 at 08:35 PM.

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    Speaking of tinnitus; now they're saying this:

    PBS NEWSHOUR

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    very interesting question. I was hoping to research the healthful benefits of coffee and share this with the group. I drink alot of coffee and it seems it affects me differently from time to time. I cannot pinpoint and changes in my day that would cause this thus I am interested in finding out.

 

 
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