Can exposure to prolonged loud music cause pre-syncopic symptoms?
This has happened two days in a row now. I’ve been singing and playing piano with a USB interface and wearing monitor headphones. Needless to say the level is fairly loud, and it even caused some dull pain near my temples, after which I stopped. But then it caused feelings of dehydration, except not the thirst kind—more like pre-syncopic faintness (i.e. when you are very dehydrated). Could exposure to loud music (at a close proximity, if that matters) be an etiology for pre-syncope? Thanks.
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