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  • 1. Low Frequency Tinnitus - The Taos Hum Mysterious Low Frequency Humming Noise Written by: Tinnitus Advisor Low Frequency Tinnitus Residents in Great Britain and portions of the South Western United States undergo subsisted in complaining about a infuriating hum that at the moment keeps to persist. Furthermore, research workers have been powerless to determine its origin. Not all persons can hear the low pitched hum, in addition to individuals who say so it appears simulated in nature. Low Frequency Tinnitus In 1977, a UK newspaper received almost 800 correspondences from persons complaining of loss of sleep, light headness, shortness of breath, sore heads, uneasiness, grouchiness, worsening health, incapability to read or study on account of the continuous hum. Most well known in the United States is the "Taos Hum". Over there the nuisance was so serious for the "hearers" in Taos, United States, that they coordinated and called upon Congress to look into the issue and assist them in determining the origins of the sound. No definitive sources were uncovered however, one widespread supposition contains that the hum is produced by a military communications device used to liaise with submarines. Low Frequency Tinnitus The majority of hearers speak about the sound which begins quickly, never decreases, hampers sleep and is additionally evident inside a household or motor vehicle rather than externally. Some characterize it as sounding similar to a diesel engine idling, in the distance. Given that it has not been substantiated by microphones or very low frequency antennae, its origin and nature are nevertheless an enigma. 1997 saw Congress guide researchers and commentators from some of the most esteemed investigation institutions in the country to look into a curious low frequency "Taos Hum" heard by inhabitants around and nearby the Low Frequency Tinnitus - The Taos Hum Mysterious Low Frequency Humming Noise © 2010
  • 2. tiny town of Taos, New Mexico. For years those who had overheard the sound, frequently characterized by them as a "hum", had been looking for solutions. Low Frequency Tinnitus No one was certain when it started, but its continuation guided initially a handful of participants and then subsequently many of those who heard it ('hearers') to come together. Suffering from Ringing Ears and Tinnitus? Get your life back forever by checking out Low Frequency Tinnitus now. Tinnitus Advisor “Been suffering from Tinnitus? Get Low Frequency Tinnitus to END it now! Try the Program now and get back your Life!” Low Frequency Tinnitus - The Taos Hum Mysterious Low Frequency Humming Noise © 2010