NOISE SENSITIVITY IN SEVERE / VERY SEVERE ME

Stonebird

One of the hardest symptoms to understand in Severe/Very Severe ME is how catastrophic the slightest unexpected sound, or movement, can be : how, in an awful instant, the person you love and care for can be plunged into a tormented, screaming, agonising chasm, that can last for hours, days, years.

It is beyond terrible- and like I said, extremely difficult to understand. Massive awareness and sensitivity are required.

Even the slightest wrong sound can trigger instant paralysis, as illustrated here:



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