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Hi, I'm hoping somebody can help me? Recently in the last couple of years, if the volume is too load watching TV or listening to music in my car, I start to get a headache coming on within minutes and I have to turn down the volume. If I don't lower the volume after maybe an hour, I will have a pounding headache for over 24 hours. It’s even worse if I listen to music that’s been burned to a CD disk from my PC. However, oddly enough, if I go to a live concert I don't get a headache.

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Hi Scott

Welcome to NeuroTalk .

This is just a guess but maybe your headaches arise from sound pressure effects.

If you listen to music in a confined space (your car, from a CD possibly using headphones, etc) the sound pressure will be greater than when you listen to music in an open space like a live concert.

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Hi Scott

Welcome to NeuroTalk .

This is just a guess but maybe your headaches arise from sound pressure effects.

If you listen to music in a confined space (your car, from a CD possibly using headphones, etc) the sound pressure will be greater than when you listen to music in an open space like a live concert.

Best wishes.
Thanks for responding. The TV volume is no higher than 12, if I listen to it over 14 for a while, then I can feel a headache coming on.

So what I'm asking is that I shouldn't have any concerns when it comes to the brain?
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