Emo Dojo™ Presents: John Emotions
Emo Dojo™ Presents: John Emotions

Episode · 11 months ago

I Hear Music in Running Water: Is Oxytocin a Cure for Tinnitus?

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

I’m talking about ringing in the ears today. It’s a condition called tinnitus that starts as some kind of physical damage to the hearing mechanism, then trains the brain to continually recreate the ringing sensation, even after the original ear canal damage is healed ... making it a mental disorder.

2nd Lockdown … If you would have worn your masks the first time, we wouldn’t have a 2nd lockdown
Tinnitus: Part 1
Hearing Music in Running Water
3:00 (Digression)
Electronic Harassment
Color Harassment
Targeted Individuals
Paranoid Schizophrenia
7:00 Tinnitus: Part 2
9:20 Meet Oxytocin: The Cuddle Hormone
12:30 Is the ringing in my hears because I don’t feel loved?

...o November eighteenth Wednesday, dailyemotions here, I'm johnny motions thanks for listening, I was well you know, they're trying tothe second quote: UNQUOTE: Lockdown in many cities and states around America trying to avoid that topic. I pretty much stay inside unless I haveto. I basically just go to the grocery store on occasion and when I do that, I golate at night, mask up hand sanitize when I'm donewash my hands when to get home that whole bit, so I'm not tripping too hard.I just don't understand like people that insist on continuously living as Ias if there is no pandemic, that's weird, unless of course, you're a shutin and yeah keep living like that. I 's funny. I guess my point is the secondlockdown is purely due to the people...

...who didn't wear their masks and they'rethe ones who are most upset about a second lockdown. Well, you dumbfuck. Ifyou would have wor your masks the first time we wouldn't have it locked downthe second time derp, so we're talking about masks and pandemics today. Sotoday I'm going to talk about this thing called Tonitis Tenitis, I'veheard it pronounced both ways. I say tonightis because I used to hearcommercials all the time. When I was a kid and they said, do you have tonitis,so I'm calling it Tonightis, you want to look it up. It's spelled tea. I and it US tennitis, it's basically ringing in theears before I get to that. I got it back upbecause here's the part that prompted me to start looking into a couple ofother different things. When you go to a therapist, TOR psych doctor,they always ask you. One of the questions is: Do you hear voices inyour head? Do you hear voices people...

...telling you to do things and I do not? I have never. However, I hear music in running water,sometimes in machines, almost always in running water, a shower a trickling river things like that, notwaves, nuts I'trying to think basically runninglike a falsit, a shower a river and in that stream, a here highly articulatedmusical notes that are musical to me person from the Western Hemisphere. Soit's obviously western music and very pleasing, like I'm, not a musician, I'm a drummer, but you knowI know music and it's super elegant. I wish I knewhow to play a piano, so I could capture some of the songs I hear in the music. When I tell my doctors this historically, their response issomething like...

Huh Anyway. Apparently it's not dangerous.Just super weird and the good news is, I'm not crazy, so says an article I've found on theInternet, so I found an article on the Internet. That tells me the cause ofthis music that I hear- and I should have got on the Internet earlier andfound out much sooner so trigger warning if you happen tohave any kind of paranoia, Scitzophrenia, paranoids Cizophrania,please stop listening to this episode and move on to the next one. So here's what caused or is causingapparently by music in my head, it's electronic harassment. The music I hearin running water, apparently, is electronic harassment.

Somebody around me or is following me for most of my life,is shooting an electronic weapon at me that when I turn on water is able topick up the sounds apparently they're shooting unheard ofbeautiful music to my brain. So I think, if you're not familiar with theelectronic harassment, it's what happens to people calledtargeted individuals. Don't don't look Thatt up I'll, justtell you real quick, so you can avoid it and I'm obviously being facetious so yeah. What I'm looking for the causeof the sing, an not the singing there's nowords but the music. In my in the my head. When I hear running water yeah, I run across this. So this is thething in the paranoid schizphrenic world, because most paranoids getsphrenics, have a high powered brain, it's kind of disengaged from reality,but it's still highly intellectual and...

...can craft very complex thoughts. So inthe paranoid schizophranics world they've crafted this boogyman or not a boogy man, but the protagonistin their story is the targeted individual themself and you can be targeted for harassmentfrom a number of different ways. This one's kind of interesting,electronic arassment, basically and then what they do is they fall ontoexisting technology and sure there's some super hightech stuff that candetect you by the way you walk gate technology, obviously listeningtechnology and things like that's highly advanced heat detection, I meanthere's so much tat's been advanced even in the past ten years. So like anygood conspiracy theorist, they take those facts and mix them in with theirmythology and create this whole idea of electronic harassment, targetedindividuals. But the other really interesting thing I found was a thingcalled color harassment again do not...

...search for this on the Internet. Imight lose you down a rabbit hole, so color harassment is when a paranoids gets. Fhrenicperson thinks the other, the other person them areout to get them by the use of colors and it's kind of fluddy, because it'sall these fucked up ets, colored combinations like Magenta and Teal Mixd,together, not mixed, but you know side by side, rainbow flags and things likethat. They're, like super freaks out people that feel theire, targetedindividuals being harassed with color harassment. So I digress, but that's aninteresting world. I think it's fascinating, but I can easily getsucked into itand. It starts to feel really creepy really fast, so targetedindividuals avoid that turnum on the Internet avoid color harassment and avoid electronic arassment. Soanyway, what it turns out is...

...the sounds I hear in the water or another form of tonitis. So if youhear ringing in your ears normally sometimes that can equate to hearingmisplace noises when you hear a different, sound source and tonightthis is a trip, especially because by all indications it starts with somekind of damage to your hearing to the actual mechanical working parts of yourear. Such is loud, music. Of course, I'eplayed music. I'm a drummer been playing fors since I was a little kid,but I was used Ome soncetimes. He time I was like fourteen or fifteen playngin live rock bands here in protection like straight up, foam little ear plugsblock out much of the noise, so I don't necessarily think the damage came fromthat directly. Maybe repetitively there might have been enough gigs in a rowwhere I just didn't. Wear them, but that seems odd. It doesn't seem rightand pretty much wore them all the time...

...the ear plugs it could have been damaged from aconcert there ware several times when I was young and would go to a concert anda lot of times, the gigantic Bas speakers or just the overall house.Sound speakers are right near the front they're so loud that nobody stands nearthem. Well. That also means that there's less people there. So if youwant to get to the front of the stage Thar's kind of a soft spot right therein the crowd, W can go near the speakers. Well, if you're a thirteenyear old kid, you kind of get stuck in the soft spot and you get your headpounded by loudspeakers for an now and a half again. That might happen, maybetwice so here's what happens. T with Tonigtus, apparently that mechanism in your ear starts triggering a response in yourbrain to the point where, even after the trauma to the earmechanically speaking as healed, it's now become programming in yourbrain. So it goes from becoming...

...literally like hearing damage to whatyou'd almost call a mental disorder, because it now it's. If it's in yourbrain, it's not part of your ear and it's just the way, your brains working.I guess what else do you call it, but a mental disorder? So here's werd get really interestingback in two thousand and sixteen twenty seven down in Brazil. They did a smallstudy on tonitis because they started to understand thatit is a brain disorder, a mental disorder if you will- and they took fifteen people and gave them oxytosin ouno familiarwith Oxytosin, O x y to C in Oxitosin, so many in the medical or therapy fieldcalled oxytosin, the cuddle hormone. So it's the hormone that our body, ourbrain excreets, when we feel in love,...

...if somebody gives you a hug if you'repetting, a cute dog or a cat, you start to get this oxotose and releasing yourbrain much like dopomine release. Every time you get a notification. Well,every time you feel loved you get oxitosen. Now they can manufactureOxatosan and give it to people. That's how they did. The test down in Brazil, so they gave fifteen people oxotosinand they found that it actually fucking works for the tonitus they're, not sure how it works, butthis small study showed it works, so they recently like it's the end of twothousand and twenty right now November, just starting a study in New York thatshould be done in the next six months, with thirty people and they're going toyou know, eliminate any flaws in the test and move forward with the samething. People with tonitus give them a comes in a form of a nasal spray, soit's not even that difficult and Oxitostin is relatively cheap toproduce. So the great thing is: If this...

...new study works, we could have a curefor this tonitis by the middle of summer next year, itsa weird thing about tonight. As for those of you who don't have it, if youdon't think about it, you can function just fine like when I take my hearing tests. Ican hear all those notes. It's a strangest because a lot of timesth. The tone I hear in my tonitus is similar to one of those hearing teststones one of the superhigher frequency ones that you hear in the headphoneswhen you're a kid it's like that. But if I'm not thinking about it, I don'thear it. I A lot of times I'll, listen to noisesor whatever. When I go to sleep kind of washes it away and normally just doing something. So Idon't notice it it's not that big of a deal. It's probably why they just don't study that much likeyou can live with it. It doesn't affect you herring, but it does affect yourmental status. TAT kind of stresses you...

...out. If you don't want to hear it, youend up trying to block it out, like imagine a incessant dog barking. If youjust move to a neighborhood with incessant dog barking, it would driveyou fucking crazy. Well, people o lived there three months, don't even noticeit. They would notice it if the dogs stopped parking. So to me I wouldnotice it of the ringing to my ears stopped for the better sure, probablyrelax a lot. A lot easier, but I whan I'm Sayi is I can still function withit, but I just found it funny that, like Oxitosand, that kind of explains it. Idon't think, there's any secret that I don't feel like loved. Like a D there's,nobody in my family that makes me feel love likenobody tells me they loves me or gives me hugs or anything like that, so itmakes it. I don't know it's been that way. Since I was a kid to I, my mom wasthe type of Hugger who, as like kind of a lighthug pat you on the back PatBakpat, like a church acquaintance hug, I never feelly like fell cared for...

...not wining about I'm just saying its areality. The way my brain's been programmed. So that's why I think it'sinteresting F. So maybe if you weren't hugged enough as a kid and you don'tfeel loved, you have a lack of Oxotosin in your body and your mind. Therefore,tonight just gets worse. So I'm just wondering atecdotally. If you havetonightist, do you also feel unloved? Is there a correlation? So anyway, letme know what you think I'll talk to Yo tomorrow and now back to the wall.

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