You can sue her to abate the nuisance. It is complicated and expensive. Are you leasing or do you own? Maybe moving is a good option. Seek some legal help with all your facts.
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The association should not get involved in neighbor to neighbor disputes. They will get sued by one of you if they do and you're not happy with the outcome.
You can sue the neighbor for a private nuisance and ask for an injunction to abate the noise. If you live in an association the winning party is entitled to recover attorneys' fees from the losing party. If you cannot afford an attorney, try the county bar association or the legal clinic at a local law school.
The only other option is to get ear plugs. The anxiety from a noisy neighbor is a merry-go-round that is impossible to get off of because you become anxious just thinking about it and they you have to be careful the court doesn't think you are hypersensitive. They will only think its a nuisance if a "reasonable person" would find it offensive.
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