late at night when laying in bed and unable to sleep, I hear things twice as loud
and everything seems farther away, is this normal?
Yes This Normal
When you are overly tired you lie awake at night and your hearing becomes Hyper sensetive. That is why when thing's far away seem louder then they are.
The sounds you hear late at night seem louder because you are hearing them in isolation: through the daytime those same sounds would be just a small part of the general cacophony (next door's tv, traffic etc) that assails our ears when the world is 'up and about'.
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