Hearing phantom music may seem more like a gift than a disorder, but there is a clinical name for it: Musical Ear Syndrome.
Musical Ear Syndrome (MES) is the term used to describe the way some people hear music where it doesn’t exist. The sounds don’t fall into the debilitating tinnitus category. Some psychiatric disorders can cause auditory hallucinations of various types, but people with MES routinely hear music, singing, or chanting. Full story.
Anya Wassenberg (Ludwig van Toronto) / December 28, 2021