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With Ears To See And Eyes To Hear (Acoustic) [ Lyrics Video]



Nystagmus suggests a disorder affecting the inner ear or various nerve connections in the brain stem. With nystagmus, the eyes rapidly and repeatedly jerk in one direction and then return more slowly to their original position. Doctors deliberately try to trigger nystagmus if people do not have it spontaneously because the direction in which the eyes move and how long the nystagmus lasts help doctors diagnose the cause of vertigo. To trigger nystagmus, doctors first lay people on their back and gently roll them from side to side while watching their eyes. Specialists sometimes have the person wear thick, one-way, magnifying glasses called Frenzel lenses. Doctors can easily see the person's magnified eyes through the lenses, but the person sees a blur and cannot visually fixate on anything (visual fixation makes it harder to trigger nystagmus). During the maneuver to induce nystagmus, eye movements may be recorded by using electrodes (sensors that stick to the skin) placed around each eye (electronystagmography) or by a video camera attached to the Frenzel lenses (video electronystagmography). If no nystagmus occurs with rolling side to side, doctors try other maneuvers. These other maneuvers include putting ice-cold water into the ear canal (caloric testing) and rapidly changing the position of the person's head (Dix-Hallpike maneuver Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, or BPPV, is a common disorder causing short episodes of vertigo (a false sensation of moving or spinning) in response to changes in head position that stimulate... read more ).




With Ears To See And Eyes To Hear (Acoustic) [ Lyrics Video]



In recent years, this misheard lyric has spawned its own meme that pops up each spring: a picture of a frosted-tip, curly-haired Justin Timberlake spouting the wrong lyrics. The song hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, but even some of the most diehard '90s boy band fans admit that this lyric is hard to understand.


Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart, the duo behind the Eurythmics, wrote "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" about the search for fulfillment and the desires that motivate us. But not everyone hears it that way. The 2013 rom-com "I Give It A Year" poked fun at listeners' most frequently misheard lyric with one character quipping, "Do you think Annie Lennox is singing about whether she happened to travel the world in Levi's or Wranglers?"


Sometimes when I come really hard, my ears ring and I go a little deaf. I struggle to hear my boyfriend's sweetpost-sex lines that sound like Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young lyrics: "Yes, honey, we can have two cats in a yard. I know, life used to be so hard." I am not the only person to lose my hearing from really good dick. When I tell my friends about the problem, they say their orgasms have also left them partially deaf.


Broadly: Have you ever heard of ringing in the ears related to orgasm?Dr. Eric Levi: I've never been asked that before, and I've never ever thought about the association between the two. So I did what I was trained to do with any question I don't know the answer to: I researched it to see if there are any available explanations in the scientific literature.


I think I may have found the possible explanations. But first, a big disclaimer: I am not an expert in the subject of tinnitus [the scientific term for ringing in the ears] or female orgasm. The findings detailed here are not an extensive and definitive thesis on hearing loss, tinnitus, and the female orgasm. It's simply how I theoretically and scientifically make sense of it with the limited data available on the matter.


How does tinnitus work?It is the subjective experience of sound in the absence of any objective external stimulus. Tinnitus is a common problem. There are many types and causes of tinnitus, and it can be associated with hearing loss in some cases. Subjectively, patients describe many different kinds of tinnitus: ringing, high pitch, humming, or pulsatile. Most of us would have experienced a mild form of it at some stage in our lives. For example, after a loud concert, or when in a quiet room and having your ears blocked, you might hear that soft high pitched noise in the background or the beating of your heart in your ears. Patients who have lost their hearing also describe significant tinnitus. It's likely due to the loss of function of the hearing cells and nerves. The receiver [the brain] always wants some auditory input. If there's no objective neural auditory input, then this gap is filled in with this subjective white noise.


Our team of experienced professionals has over ten years of wax removal experience at each of our clinics. We use a tiny video camera to take images of your ears before and after any procedure, providing you with visual evidence of the efficacy of the procedure.


Several medical specialties support the sensory systems. An optometrist is an eye specialist that examines and evaluates for ocular pathology and an optometrist prescribes corrective lenses. An ophthalmologist evaluates and manage eye pathology as well as perform surgery. An otorhinolaryngologist (ENT) is a physician that specializes in ears, nose and throat treatment and conditions. An audiologist evaluates and manages individuals with hearing loss. 041b061a72


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