I recognize if it was constant, my brain would eventually lose the ability to register it altogether; however its constant exit as well as re-entrance into my train of thought is what gives it an unmistakably eerie quality
I’m sensitive to sound after a short work in the military. Hearing artillery strikes as well as IUDs going off with the implied threat of existential harm was too much for my mind. I don’t prefer loud noises, especially 1s that are unexpected or frightening. Machine noises are even worse for some reason. It’s the uncanny association with past memories that stirs my sense of dread faster than other sounds of the same decibel level. For instance, I’m not bothered so much by the sounds of crowds, crying babies, or noisy pets, as none of these serve as triggers for my PTSD symptoms. Sadly, it can be something as trivial as a rattling in my microwave while the dish is spinning as well as I can go from feeling fine to having an anxiety attack in a matter of thirds. It’s nearly as instantaneous as flipping on a light switch. Recently it has been my window cooling system that has been giving me troubles. It makes a loud metallic oscillation noise whenever the component is cycling, regardless of how difficult I’m running it throughout the afternoon. The sound comes as well as goes as well, making it impossible to ignore. I recognize if it was constant, my brain would eventually lose the ability to register it altogether; however its constant exit as well as re-entrance into my train of thought is what gives it an unmistakably eerie quality. I realized that the only solution to this problem would be getting the component repaired, however the Heating as well as Air Conditioning dealer I called told me it would be cheaper to buy a brand current window cooling system rather than taking it apart as well as trying to repair the noise problem as it could result from a number of weird causes.