Help I have occasional audio-itis ....


I wonder how many of you out there feel that on some days, your ears are working great and then .... wham, bam, they just seize up and I don't feel like listening at all. I just want to turn the volume down and switch the music off altogether.
I know it isn't the system or the voltage lines because I can tell it's my ears begging to laze about for a day off. It's not that they have been fatigued from extended listening sessions the day or two before. No, this malady can strike at any time of the day and I just know it when it happens. Has anyone else experienced this same mysterious audio-itis?
It does sound akin to having your voice go off key, or your tongue tripping on words, or your body not wanting to get physical, or your brain not wanting to think. Well, this can happen to ears, too, I guess. From a medical standpoint, it stands to reason that physical and emotional well-being are required for music enjoyment. But when I am struck by audio-itis, I know it's only my ears even as I may feel well physically and emotionally well.
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People are not machines. Things change day to day. Why should hearing be any different? Some days are bound to be off days with anything. Only the recording stays pretty much the same day to day, week to week, year to year..
Hi Mapman,
It's good to know that I am not alone.
I found that you have to be "ready and in the right mood" to have a good night /day of listening to music....it can not be forced...
From a medical standpoint, it stands to reason that physical and emotional well-being are required for music enjoyment.

I think everybody is agreeing with this statement.
Sometimes I switch out amps or speakers. Sometimes I even resort to a clock radio with the news. Sometimes I unhook everything and read a book...