"High pitch sound" in ears/head when falling asleep

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    In the moment when Im falling asleep I have a loud “electrical Buzz/sound” in my ears/head. This happens every time when I start to “drift away”, and last for a split of a second, and wakes me up again. This is very annoying, and I hav to take sleep pills to get tired enough to overcome it. If anyone can recognize this symptoms I will be very glad to hear about it.


    Martin Reed
    ★ Admin

    This is likely something best discussed with your doctor. Since you have been prescribed sleeping pills, I am guessing you have raised this issue with your doctor — if so, what did they suggest?

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