Where is that strange humming noise coming from…UPDATED May 2019

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Are-we-alone

People all across the planet have reported hearing a strange humming/droning noise at the dead of night usually in their bedrooms like my wife and myself heard last evening.

This is a bit off topic but as I am in an industry that makes a living out of recording sound and vision I feel obliged to report this weird phenomena that has occurred a second time over the last two years.

I was in the edit suite which is right next door to our bed room when my wife came in and asked me what the humming noise was, it was about 1.30am. I switched off all the equipment and could still faintly hear a low, almost mains hum in our bedroom, it is officially reported to be between 40-80 Hz.

I decided to see if the noise was only in the house or outside so we drove round the local area in Burnside, Rutherglen stopping and listening, strangely the noise could also be heard a quarter of a mile up the hill from my house facing south but going the same distance north, nothing.

I looked for the obvious train line maintenance or any kind of construction but once again nothing, the same happened about a year and a half ago and we went through the same exercise.

This strange low frequency hum has also been reported from Canada and England all with the same story only noticeable at night, we don’t have any overhead pylons anywhere near us so it remains a mystery.

Is mother earth being mined under our very feet ?

A recent question… “Anyone have any ideas why it’s mostly heard at night and in the bedroom?”

Editor : Night time is simple…a lot less noise from cars, birds etc its probably in every room but you are more in tune with your bedroom as you spend a third of your life in it and more importantly in the same place i.e.. your position in your bed remains a constant so your ears are highly tuned to that particular space.

“The Hum is a mysterious and untraceable sound that is heard in certain locations around the world by two to ten percent of the population. Historically, the area that has been most affected by the Hum is the United Kingdom, where reports have been frequent since the early 1970s. In the United States, Hum reports date from the early 1990s, with the two most publicized locations being Taos, New Mexico, and Kokomo, Indiana. The source of the Hum has never been located. The Hum does not appear to be a form of tinnitus and may not be an acoustic sound. More than just a noise, the Hum is also capable of manifesting as vibrations felt throughout the body and is often accompanied by a suite of physical symptoms that includes headaches, nausea, and pain in the ears. Analysis of the largely anecdotal data that are available at the present time suggests that the most probable explanation is that some people have the capability to interpret radio transmissions at certain wavelengths as sound. It is well established in the scientific literature that people can hear electromagnetic energy at certain frequencies and peak power levels. Previous studies have found that a subset of the population has an electromagnetic sensitivity that is significantly greater than the mean. Several hypotheses are considered and discussed as possible sources of the Hum. These include cellular telephone transmissions, LORAN, HAARP, and the TACAMO aircraft operated by the US Navy for the purpose of submarine communications. “

http://www.scientificexploration.org/journal/jse_18_4_deming.pdf

Here is a BBC radio program on this topic…

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07nmqtq

Glenn Marden “Anyone wishing to create the exact tone/frequency as to what they hear, can create and download an MP3 file here: http://onlinetonegenerator.com/

Maybe show to others. Have one headphone in, and use slider on tone generator to align sound until you then hear the hum equal in both ears. For me it was 36Mz.

Hope this maybe useful to others. 

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705 comments on this post

  1. B. says:

    i live on Vancouver island in Canada, I also hear this low humming noise. It starts and stops no set pattern or times. I live off the power grid and can hear it at all times of the day?? It can be heard from all around my property and other surrounding areas where I have camped. In some areas yes this sound can be attributed to electricity ( as I here electricity in the city’s humming through the lines) but not at my home. It is strange and can be annoying at times, wondering what makes this noise??

  2. Jim Termini says:

    I have been hearing this hum (in the 60 Hz range) for several weeks. Not so sure whether I am hearing the hum directly or whether, whatever it is, it is syncopating with the pipes in the walls or something else in my house structure and I am hearing that secondary hum instead. Years ago I heard something similar, then read on the internet that low frequency signals were being generated for some sort of submarine location experiment. This time it is different. It pulsates around 80 times per minute. It is generally easy to ignore, but at other times it can be very distracting. Interestingly, my son had not heard it till I pointed it out to him. He hears a steady tone as compared to my detection of a pulsating tone.

  3. Bert says:

    We have narrowed it down to seemingly several sources where we live. Also, we’ve had similar happen wherein people have not noticed it until mentioned to them. It is generally subtle here and we only hear it on occasion.

    Here are some sources we think the hum originates from where we live. It is generally around 50-80hz or so and is directional. One can turn their head slightly and hear it and then move some and not hear it.

    1. Deep wells used for irrigation. Every house has one for the lawn.

    2. Air conditioner compressors resting on the bed rock. The houses are built on land that has deep limestone starting a foot or two underground and all houses are built on concrete slabs.

    3. Some underground AC power distribution lines.

    4. Boats running their engines at night in the waterways.

    5. We also think it is sometimes from some type of underwater testing in the ocean.

  4. Alex says:

    I have heard this sound since 7 years ago at the Madrid (Spain) SouthWest place where I live now. I think it cannot be the wells at point 1. because these do not exists in my country, neither boats because there are not boats near from here more than 450 Km. (I’ve been living at Spain coast and I identity perfectly the sounds of big ship motors that you can hear from distances of 20 Km or more., but they are characteristic, you can feel the movement of the ship and the characteristic change of “beating” (I don’t know how to express it at English) as result of differences between phase sync of resonant frequencies.)

    I think, after reading about the locations so disperse where people has described the phenomenon, and the extension where it occurs can be more nearly underground AC power distribution lines or transforming units as you comment at point 3. or Air conditioner compressors that works (except the new ones with inverter modules) at the same frequency and may be it adds a resonant vibration that can be transmitted by solid structures of buildings and underground cavities at the cities. Here in Spain, the frequency of AC power is 50 Hz. Or maybe can be explained as the result from another event global at the planet, just like the known underwater tests that confuse the poor cetacean.

    I agree with the directionality described (its intensity varies with orientation) and with commentaries of another people that describes it as a resonant sound. In my house it sounds with more intensity in some places of the rooms, for example the corners and at specifics distances from the floor or the top of the room.

  5. Dougie ,McAree says:

    I have just begun hearing this low frequency hum. It’s 2am and I’m in Glasgow, Southside Quite strange that I haven’t heard it before and not sure whether to divulge this to anyone else. It seems to be louder in my right ear although it’s audible in both ears.

  6. Sue says:

    Hello Doug I live in Midlothian just south of Edinburgh and the noise was very bad from just before 9am this morning.

  7. Sue says:

    Richard, do you have a wire detector? The sort which beeps when you run it along the chimney breast so you don’t accidentally drill into a live wire.

    If it were me, I would have opened up the chimney to find out what it is!

  8. Carol says:

    Dougie, I too am in Glasgow south side and have been hearing a low rumbling hum practically every day for a good while now.
    Had spells of silence but this episode has been since 18th April, day and night. Trying to trace the source. Suspects are electricity, gas, water, neighbours… The constant tone of it makes me crazy(ier)!!
    Environmental health are investigating, slowly.
    What kind of property do you live in?

  9. Dee says:

    Hi Sue i live in West Edinburgh near Calder road the noise was really bad all night on the 17th right through the day.. I have to get moved out of this house.. but i dont now where to move to to get away from this problem…

  10. Chris says:

    Ok,I’m so happy I’ve found this post because I’ve been literally driven mad by this humming noise on & off for the last few months.
    It’s always at night,after midnight but usually more like 1-2 am. However today I’ve just been outside to put wheelie bins out for the morning & it is really loud at 8 pm. It almost appears to be coming from a house opposite me & as I know the residents I went & asked them what they made of it. To my astonishment they could not even hear it! I am now even more freaked out than I usually am when it starts up at 2am. I know today is midsummer eve & a lot of freaky stuff goes on but this one’s got me feeling seriously uncomfortable.
    After speaking with my neighbour earlier I decided to Google ‘weird humming noise coming from neighbouring house’ which led me to your site & reading through some of the comments on here at least stops me feeling mad!

  11. Sue says:

    No, you are not mad. It’s common that other people do not hear it. You need to keep a diary of when and where you hear it and the effect it has on you eg making me dizzy, filling my head can hear it over the tv, anything you feel.

    I am suspecting that this thick heavy instrusive sound is actually electricity so you need to see what transformers are near you. Where I am, it depends on the switching operations; let me konw how you get on please.

  12. Sue says:

    Sorry to hear. We need a clever person to design a website where we can enter the time date and location of the noise. The more we can record it globally the more we can build up a picture of where it is happening. ANy ideas?

  13. Dee says:

    Welcome on board Chris 🙂

  14. Sue says:

    Hello Chris
    Bit of a faff, but can you get a 24 hour chart and mark daily when you hear it? Mark when where and the volume of noise. I am hoping eventually that some bright spark will design a website we can all log on to and put in our individual information. I am thinking ahead and we will not only get a world map (there is one in existence) but a more detailed recording of the sound. You can get an app for your Android phone which measures the decibels and Hertz of the sound. My particular sound is 50hz which is the signature of electricity and sometimes I get dizzy, sick and of course the sleep disturbance. I am in Roslin, just south of Edinburgh UK.

  15. Dee says:

    Will get my thinking hat on and will start to record again when noise is bad..i have to leave my house EVERY night now and go either to sleep at a friends or sisters to get some sleep..it is a nightmare 🙁

  16. Sue says:

    Sorry to hear, Dee. I, too , have been driven to book into a hotel at 2am just to get some sleep and peace. :((( Get the andoid app… system analyzer see what the decibel and hz readings are. 50hz is electricity. Where are you again?

  17. Dee says:

    Hi Sue i live just down from the Calder Road west

  18. carol says:

    I am being driven to despair. I can’t cope with it anymore – it is hideous. I tell myself it is just a noise and won’t do me any harm but the constant tone of it is like torture. I will have to move house and it is unbearable and making me depressed, angry, ratty and a bad mother. I can’t concentrate on anything or enjoy my home or company of my family. I always feel I have to escape. Make it stop!

  19. colin says:

    hi, glad to see others from midlothian, scotland. ive been hearing this hum for years here and lately it has been more intense, last september was the last time it become so loud. yesterday it was so intense it began bothering me in the daytime when there is normally enough going on to distract me from it. last night was heavy going trying to get to sleep, it vibrates my head when it is like that. will try this android app, thanks for the tip

  20. Dave B says:

    I am in Norfolk UK, heard this noise at 3am 25th June 2015

  21. Chris says:

    Hi thanks for support I feel ever so slightly less mad now!.. I omitted to say in my original post I’m in the UK, close to Watford in Hertfordshire. If there’s anyone close by I’ve not seen them yet as there’s a lot of comments to get through & I’m tending to read the more recent ones at present. Last night was particularly bad, maybe due to warm evening & having lots of Windows open & combination of my wakefulness. Who knows…

  22. Sue says:

    Hello Dee if you look at the maps and google eart youwill see that there is a main electricity line from the East right across teh country from Edinburgh to Glasgow and down to Carlisle. You can also look on your google earth and see if there are transformers around your area which are the most likely source. They are upgrading the line to Carlisle to carry 400,000 volts. I noticed that switching operations at my local sub station Kaimes resulted in periods of complete silence as they moved from bit to bit of equipment. Please email me for details of who to contact. Sue

  23. Sue says:

    Dave, have a look on Google earth and follow the electricity pylons and see where the nearest substation is to you. That is the likely source of any deep hummingnoise. You can get a system analyzer app for your android phone and see if the Hz is 50 which is the sound of electricity.

  24. Sue says:

    Dave, have a look on GGle earth and follow the electricity pylons and see where the nearest substation is to you. That is the likely source of any deep hummingnoise. You can get a system analyzer app for your android phone and see if the Hz is 50 which is the sound of electricity.

  25. Sue says:

    Colin you are likely to find a substation near you which is causing it.

  26. Sue says:

    O know exactly how you feel Carol it is a nightmare. Makes you feel sick inside if you go out then come home to it.

  27. Alex says:

    Carol, I feel just like you. I don’t know what more to say…

  28. Chris says:

    Hi , i have been hearing this on and off for 2 years now, i have made a few posts here before, it has been especially more prevalent over the past 10 days or so here in west Yorkshire,

    Thanks, Chris.

  29. Lynda Mountfort says:

    I can hear the desparation in your comment and really feel for you. I have put a comment on in the last month about something that really helped me sleep and am now repeating it for anyone who didn’t see it. I had 12 months of the Hum and it was driving me to distration also. I read that Tart Cherry juice contains (naturally occuring) phytomelatonin and helps support a good nights sleep. Check it out. I’ve been taking it since mid March this year (2015) and IT REALLY WORKS. I sleep normally now – amazing. Clearly the Hum interrups our sleep pattern in such a way that our normal release of this important hormone. Good luck!

  30. Pat Barton says:

    Hi Iam in New zealand- North isalnd -Is there any one who has this trouble in Nz too.
    Humming into the night some days worse than othere’s. I hae now got an MP4 player this helps, even to listern to in bed. Also a noise machine to countrack this noise with a pleasant one. I prefer the sound of rain. I have to learn to live with it go to the beach during the day if I can!!!

  31. Sue says:

    Dear Carol et al
    Practical help is those soft orange squashy earplugs. They deaden the sound a bit. You can then put your large headphones on with quiet music or as Pat says the sound of rain.
    You might try stopping your aspartame intake (sweetener in food and drink products) as that can induce tinnitus. You can also have a hearing test to confirm to yourself that you do not have problems with your ears. The systems analyzer for your phone will tell you how loud and what Hz you are experiencing. You can complain to your local council who should come out and record the noise for you. That should help define it. For me, it is definitley the pylons and substation which has hopefully been resolved. It could be different for you. Hope this helps. Sue

  32. Lynda Mountfort says:

    See my entry above yours. I am in Upper Hutt, north of Wellington.

  33. Pat. Easterling says:

    Just flew back home and dismayed to wake the last two nights around 2am with slowly pulsating hum, about 4 seconds loud to soft. Yippee. Probably electrical. Previously I could hear neighbors’ sub woofer during action movies but that would end by midnight. Tonight went around the house and it’s from the East.u

  34. Sue says:

    30/6/2015 at 21:20pm Midlothian Scotland. Very deep loud permeating hum. Can’t get away from it, all around no particular direction. Please make it stop! Anyone else hear it?

  35. Jon says:

    Yes, in my case since 2004 and I still do not know if it is me or if I am hearing something.. I’ve been told by hearing specialists that it is nerve damage in my inner ear, but I’m not convinced either way.

  36. vinny says:

    Mine turned out to be low frequency tinnitus in my right ear. Resonating at 66hz. at first I would have swore it was a truck outside, or electrical lines, h.a.r.p. aliens, had me awake at night for a while. Just saying you never know

  37. Patrica Barton says:

    Hi Lynda- Its good to hear that you are in Nz too and have this noise we are hearing about. I am in Papamoa Beach A growing area. Only Started in Jan this year.
    I use my MP$ a lot that helps.

  38. Alex says:

    Dear Sue, thank you very much for your good intentions. After 7 years suffering this problem, I’m very clear about the fact that this is not tinnitus, I mean the origin of this sound is from out of the ears. It is a real, but difficult to measure sound. I have asked for help at local authorities and local Council. The instrumentation for measuring of sound levels used by local police is not designed to measure sounds at so low frequencies (they have been at my house for three times and personally are capable to hear the sound, but the levels signalled are lower than the law can notice as not permitted and the source or focus is impossible to locate) In other way of things, the local council keeps on ignoring my communications. I guess it is not important to next elections.

    I’ve been talking with members of the old “Acoustic Institute”, now part of ITEFI CSIC (A National Researching Centre in Madrid, Spain) and the problem of this kind of sounds is that they are capable to propagate to large distances by solid structures and generate resonances in cavities of buildings as the room where we sleep in, for example. And they are difficult to measure, and so to identify the origin that produces it.

    I’ve been using earplugs for all these years, and I know the silicone ones, the wax and cotton and some other and at last I prefer the wax and cotton wax. The problem of using earplugs is that this attenuates a lot of another frequencies and isolates this hum so this is more easy to perceive actually. In fact, this sound apparently seems to resonate into the cranial cavity, so the noise sounds as it was inside your head  as signalled by more people comments at this place.

    Another solution as the intake of natural precursors of Melatonin or Melatonin itself does not works when somebody has a perfect equilibrium of metabolites in his brain. The problem is an anxious and excited state induced by this sound. Only medical drugs as anxiolytics, sleep- inducers or hypnotics that induce (brute force) sleeping are effective, but I do not use them because I think they are harmful at a large term.

    Also, I’ve been desperately trying to search for activities and methods to attenuate the situation created by this problem. I’ve been practising Yoga, other sports in general, meditation and I tried with relaxing sounds (rain, water, wind, thunders) at sleeping time, also with theoretical inducers of alpha state sounds, and other things and finally I extracted the conclusion that the only solution is to stop this sound or trying to leave this place and going to live to another.

    At this moment I can say that I’m very happy because I have got a reasonably quality of life and I am able to live with this horrible sound, I am capable to sleep when it sounds not very loud and keep on with my life just as all we have to do with another terrible things that happens in this stupid and insensitive way of life that these times imposes to a larger number of people in the world.

    The question is that this problem, is not recognized by media, politicians, scientists, I am sure that it affects a lot of more people that do not say or identify this, but is not important for people that moves the course of society, not until this starts to affect to a large number of people and gets a relevant incidence in the working of society. This problem just like a large number of other ones…

  39. Carol says:

    Scottish power came out to take sound level readings in my home as I have suspicions the hum i hear could be one of two substations about 120metres and 350metres or so from my home.
    The readings came back at 40db in my quiet living room and 41db at substation, taken at half 9 at night. Does anyone think this seems loud for a quiet house? I’ve been reading that a quiet room at night should be about 35db?
    This hum has been near continuous since Feb 2014. I am at my wits end and done all the obvious investigations I can think of.
    Going to ask my party wall neighbours to turn their power off for few minutes to see of makes any difference. (In case it is not substation after all….)
    On the sound frequency app I get a very obvious peak at 100hz – so it is something that is running or vibrating. 100hz I’m hearing sounds like the second lowest G on a piano.
    Any other suggestions what would make that kind of low hum noise?
    Will have to sell my house if source can’t be found!!

  40. Sue says:

    Hello Alex, I read all your comments and am just so terribly sorry you are having to go through all of this. I agree with the fact that you should not be doping yourself up with drugs just to sleep. I know only too well the resonating in the cranial cavity… it feels like my head is buzzing and vibrating when the noise gets really bad. A form of torture. It looks like you have explored every single avenue yourself Alex and that has not solved the problem. It could be that you will have to move, but I suggest you try and find out where the noise has been reported in your chosen area before you go to all that trouble to relocate.

    For me, there is complete silence right now. I had an interesting conversation with the Scottish Power man who is dealing with my case. When they shut off the power to replace a transformer and bracket to the house to see if that helped, there was complete silence. The man will look into exactly WHERE they cut the line to stop the power to see if that is causing *feedback* along the power lines. There is a phenomenon called the Corona Effect where the power does a feedback loop similar to when you put a microphone too close to a speaker and get that horrible noise. I think that is the cause of the noise in my case. I will keep you posted. Hang in there Alex, more and more people are letting the council know but I would contact your power company and ask for help. You have done everything you can personally and checked out all your options but you can verify your noise findings on the Systems Analyzer app which is free to download on your android phone. If you have trouble with the settings please let me know. Very best Sue

  41. Lynda Mountfort says:

    Hi Alex, I’m the person who recommended Tart Cherry Juice. I wanted to responde to your comment, quote: “Another solution as the intake of natural precursors of Melatonin or Melatonin itself does not works when somebody has a perfect equilibrium of metabolites in his brain.”… because if you’re not sleeping normally (as I wasn’t for one year, you definitely DO NOT have perfect equilibrium of metabolites in your brain” Think about it please – it really worked for me. Also, shifting may not be the answer, as you may (and probably will) hear it elsewhere.

  42. Lynda Mountfort says:

    Hi Patricia. Thanks for your acknowledgement. Yes, the MP3 (or4) is definitely good. I find that actual earphones (the smaller ones) are much more effective at keeping out the hum than actual ear-plugs – and far more comfortable. I have a favourite creative visualisation that plays for about 30 minutes and I’m usually asleep before he’s finished. It’s very relaxing. Before I started using the Cherry Juice however, I would sometimes have to play the recording several times during the night before I could get to sleep. That and a CD player by the bed with a relaxing CD is my “fix”. Good luck.

  43. Carol says:

    To all suffering,
    After my near breakdown due to the constant torment of this hum I have contacted a few hypnotherapists.
    Any one tried this avenue? As we know, the noise is not loud but is invasive, and we just want it to cease.
    One therapist I contacted said she would treat it as she does tinnitus sufferers; learning to manage their condition. I am sceptical though as I know this must have a definite and traceable source and i suspect a substation local to me.
    It is now sounding more like a vibration. I think the ‘lowness’ of it that makes it seem it should be attributable to something vibrating and which is why i used to think it was a washing machine or pump running.
    Any comments welcome.
    Carol

  44. Patrica Barton says:

    Good to hear from you Lynda. Saturday and its quite!! I always hope its gone away!!!
    We gst logg trains going through the night so I sllep telling my self its just the trains— Council have been no help here!!
    Have a good day—

  45. Alex says:

    Dear Lynda, thanks a lot for helping people suffering this. I tried the ingestion of pure Melatonin and it didn’t work for me. I’ve been trying with aliments rich in tryptophan, that, as you must know for sure is the precursor of Melatonin, and tried also with medicines that alter the serotonin levels at brain. All of these are relative to induce state of sleep, you know.

    With the only exception of some of the antidepressants that are recommended to insomnia problems too and that make you be more likely to the state of sleep, and which I do not want to consume again, all these substances have no effects for me in the moment when the hum is sounding high and I’m trying to sleep.

    There are other factors than are involved in the induction of sleep. The increasing of levels of adrenaline and other substances are blocking the start of sleeping although your have the correct levels of Melatonin and could sleep in a normal situation.

    Expressing the words of the specialist doctor that tried to help me with this problem, “You have not any physiological problem. You have the alert brain centres triggered”.

    After 7 years of searching for a solution to this problem, I’m not interested in treating it as a problem of metabolism.

    I have dismissed too —after tried it—the searching of help from authorities and state organism neither private companies just like ENDESA, IBERDROLA, the national energy companies, cause I live in a country where all this have no meaning yet in these times and questions not involved with money or electoral publicity has not sense anymore.

    I prefer to look for an identification of the source, the focus, the origin of the phenomenon and trying a solution in the world of the physics of vibrations and sounds if it is possible.

  46. Alex says:

    Dear Sue, thank you very much. I’m very happy you have solved the problem at the place where you live. It is very interesting what you say about Corona Effect. I will try to search information about how Corona Effect can generate this.

    It’s very difficult to start actions that involve fixings or modifications by electric companies here, especially if the problem is not suffered for a large number of people. The situation in Spain is very different, believe me,  but I agree with you. I think it could be the way to try to get a solution.

    I would have made relocation some years ago, but also, in this moment, this solution is very complicated too by the economic status that involves precisely the real state.

    I have to find the way to make a precise measure that clears the question of frequency at what the hum vibrates, because if it is nearly to 50 Hz. It could be a clear sign that the responsible of this are electric installations. Maybe a sensible microphone and a application as the Systems Analyzer that describes can help me.

    Sometimes, all of this seems to be a complicated trap in which I fell at 2008. I hope I find a stroke of luck 😉 Thank You, Best Regards.

  47. Patrica Barton says:

    Hi Carol, My doctor said Tinnitus is what I am hearing. To some extent I have this but its not the noise I hear, virabration at times, humming, and as you say could even be a pump. etc.!!! My doctor said try Hypnotheripy burt as yet have not dome this. I wear hearingaides– but this noise is the same with other without them—- Pat

  48. Lynda Mountfort says:

    I have to say that I don’t hold out much help for anyone finding out what The Hum is or where it’s coming from; being that it’s been experienced world-wide for over 40 years. The best description I’ve heard (from a man in Auckland) is that it may be natural magma movement. The Hum is definitely eminating from underground and is infrasound, as we’ve probably all discovered. This Auckland man has written a long report on his findings/beliefs, and has inserted some type of baffle under his bed to help eliminate the vibration aspect of the Hum (which is the aspect that drives us all crazy) with success.

  49. Carol says:

    Pat, do you hear this hum all the time? Or is it just in one place?
    I only hear it at home though I’m beginning to doubt myself as after a day or night at home I’d be better able to cope and understand if it was tinnitus. Does that makes sense?
    I dread coming home if I’ve been out and just wish each day passes speedily so I can go to bed and sleep so I can get away from it. Luckily it does not affect my sleep.
    I had the gas network people out yesterday tobdoble check it wasn’t gas pipes or the meter. He obviously couldn’t hear it.
    Its so frustrating, hence me wanting to try hypnotherapy. If I can’t stop the noise perhaps I can stop my reaction to it but I suspect the frame of mind required to embrace this when I know it must have a source that could be stopped may be more than I can garner….
    Wishes to all

  50. Sue says:

    Hello Carol
    It sounds to me like you are becoming depressed because of this noise and that is no good for you. I understand completely about not wanting to come home or that feeling of dread when you get out of the car and can hear it.

    Have you tried matching the sound youhear to those websites which make the noise and then your can adjust it so you know exactly what frequency troubles you? It’s worth a go. They can then find a frequency which cancels it out hopefully.

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