Sizzling noise coming from neck

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  1. Edmpup macrumors newbie

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    Problem is we suffer when our body is completely still. I dont have to move at all. When it starts, I will lay completely still, because it doesn't happen just once, but a few times. I wish I knew what it was... it's driving me nuts
     
  2. McKayP macrumors newbie

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    I get this EXACT same thing. A sizzling/squishing sound in my throat/head when I’m hungry. I’ve always thought it was liquid of some sort making it’s way through a tight spot. I think I have thyroid issues and it may be due to that. Going to read on to see what other people say.
     
  3. JessaR, Sep 19, 2018
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    Good morning poster. I have the exact same thing happening with me, although I haven't noticed if it happens when I'm hungry or not. I just woke up and it started happening so I went to google (as I have before with no luck on what it could be) and found your post. It's not painful but sort of strange and annoying. I've asked my husband if he's ever had this happen and he said no. I don't visit the doctor's office often but I would ask my physician what it was just out of curiosity. I'd really like to find out what this could be. I wouldn't care if they thought I was nuts or not haha. Sorry I don't know either but you are not alone in this mystery! Best to you.

     
  4. Shelbyd612 macrumors newbie

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    This is such an old thread but yes

    Absolutely, I describe it as a boat propeller beaching in sand under water. But I grew up near boats. I’ve also heard it described as electrical hissing. Which also sounds accurate.
    I just felt it laying in bed trying to sleep. I also got home late and skipped dinner so kind of hungry. And I hear it. So I immediately googled it again and found this!

    I mentioned this just last week to my brother and he agreed so fast it blew my mind because no one else in my life knew what I was talking about. He also experienced this “sound” as well. You are not alone!
     
  5. cdcastillo macrumors 6502a

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    *sigh*

    Once again (third time posting this).

    That sound is caused by tinny bubbles coming up the oesophagus from an empty stomach. We hear them once they reach the back of the throat and are close enough to cause bone/tissue transmission to the ears. This is the reason some people describe them as "in the spine" or "in the neck".

    It's not a sign of pathology, just drink some water (or anything at all) and it will go away.
     
  6. Heder0214 macrumors newbie

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    I have the same thing.. did u figure it out? I've had my spinal fluid checked, my BP is good.. i have had whiplash and I suffer with untreatable migranies.
     
  7. decafjava macrumors 68030

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    Look at the post just above yours for Zeus' sake.
     
  8. OC_ macrumors newbie

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    I can reproduce it! Here is how: when I'm lying in the bed sideways, I place my elbow on the bed and move my arm around like a clock pointer while tightening my fist. That's me of course, and yes I can hear it in the mornings (empty stomach) and at this time im trying to fix my hypothyroidism with thyroxine. The worst for me is that all this started from a strong dizziness episode a year ago and since them I suffer from lightheadedness, dizzines and tinnitus. Doctors can't find anything of course (they suspected "intracranial pressure" but blood+eye exams prevented them do the spinal tap). Sounds like a liquid struggles to get through somewhere.
     
  9. Itz_Doe macrumors newbie

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    I kept getting this, early today. I've had it before, but I just decided to search it up today. I'm turning 17 in 2 days, and find it's more common when I have a bigger saliva intake. (Feel like throwing up, or just nocausious.) Or when I'm hungry? Very weird...

    Thanks for opening up!
     
  10. 333charles333 macrumors newbie

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    I also have this sizzling/fizzing noise in my neck and i can pretty much confirm it is a parasite.

    The sound is in my spine where my neck connects to my skull.

    It ONLY happens if i have not eaten, at 1st if you are hungry but if you eat a lot it will get used to it and hiss for more food.

    It is completely still so it must be a worm like creature of some kind, i was on a course of antibiotics that almost killed it and it would hiss about 30 mins after i took them as the drugs entered my bloodstream.

    After contracting this thing, i had less energy and mentally felt drained i became less productive.

    We hear it in bed lying down because that is the most quiet time when our body is at rest.

    I went on a 4 week water fast and that finally killed it, after being starved for a few weeks - it non stop hissed then began to move and eventually it died.

    My guess is it sits near the brain in the spinal cord as it in some way emits toxins to make us hungry.

    The stupid replies about it being a parasite where funny and gross but really i'm pretty sure it is, maybe the hissing is from is secreting something that fores pressure out the spine or maybe it makes that sound as a creature.

    But yea it was a pretty freaky experience and yes people will tell you you'r crazy, the post the guy wrote about the matrix pages ago just confirms it is a parasite as it is affected by thoughts that is just the brain releasing chemicals and or firing off small electrical currents that this creature is tapped into as it would his is i though or talked about it at times to or if i thought about certain things.

    It is actually quite scary to think about as this thing may definitely have some control over your actions but many parasites do they usually control you so you feed them.
     
  11. Gutwrench Contributor

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    I get this mysterious grumbling sound from my abdomen whenever I haven’t eaten for several hours. I assumed it was dehydration but after rehydrating my symptoms worsen to red watery eyes, slow slurred speech, and being unsteady on my feet.

    Signed,

    Perplexed in Minnesota
     
  12. cdcastillo macrumors 6502a

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    ‍♂️

     
  13. Blossom22 macrumors newbie

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    It could be your thyroid. Mine does the same thing and I’m so glad I’m not alone- my doctor looked at me like I was crazy. If you eat soy products STOP! It impacts your thyroid function. Look into Iodine supplements and definitely see your doctor to get your thyroid function tested- and Check the numbers yourself!! Some doctors have a higher threshold for hypothyroidism and I went undiagnosed for 15 years!! It sounds like it’s coming from your spine because your thyroid hugs it from the front of your throat almost around to the back in the shape of a butterfly (almost) xxx
     
  14. Emily_C macrumors newbie

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    Yes, I get this too. I always thought it was spinal fluid draining down into your spine.

    My dad has hydrocephalus, which is where the fluid in his brain doesn't drain out properly so he has an excess amount in there which causes vertigo like symptoms.

    That's what lead me to believe that sound was spinal fluid.
     
  15. cdcastillo macrumors 6502a

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    It's not the thyroid, it's not spinal fluid draining.
     
  16. Caled98 macrumors newbie

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    I think I might have this same thing. Mine almost sounds like static electricity and only last a second or two. It’s a very hard thing to explain to people.
     
  17. a-m-k macrumors 6502a

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    I just happened to stumble on to this, I have hydrocephalus myself, so are you saying my vertigo-like spells might actually be related to the CSF not draining right. BTW. My shunt will be 25 years old in less than a month. (12/29)
     
  18. ladabt macrumors newbie

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    So I had the same problem for a while. Did u use to crack ur neck side to side?!
    It was two days a go when I just felt I needed to crack it, I did and luckily I don’t hear the sound anymore, or I can say not as loud as before.
    My advice to u would be carefully crack ur neck side to side just once would be fine.
    Let me know if it also worked on u.
     
  19. Zenithal macrumors 603

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    I've seen similar reactions from your type of people if they have a bell pepper with their food. They find it far too spicy and believe they're going to die.
     
  20. Huntn macrumors P6

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    I always thought the noises from the stomach were commonly associated with hunger. However, for the other part, I think I’d ask my doctor. Have you researched this on line? Wait, you are not rehydrating with alcoholic beverages are you? ;)
     
  21. Gutwrench Contributor

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    Is there any other way to hydrate?
     
  22. Huntn macrumors P6

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    So were you kidding about this issue?
     
  23. Gutwrench Contributor

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    It’s complicated. :)
     
  24. Tomskylar macrumors newbie

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    Hi I think I have the same thing although usually for me it happens while I’m in bed sometimes as I’m flashing asleep and sometimes when I’m waking up it feels like spinal fluid is sizzling up to my neck and it’s a tingling sensation still don’t know what it is.
     
  25. cdcastillo macrumors 6502a

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    Your thoroughness when reading a thread is deficient. It is even in this same page.
     

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