Our body often knows to embarrass us in the moments when we least expect it. The stomach starts creating weird noises, our nose starts whistling and our ears start ringing when we’re in public and it makes us feel uncomfortable. However, even though we often dismiss these things as nothing serious, our body could be sending us signals that there’s something wrong on the inside. That’s why we need to be on the lookout and monitor everything our body is trying to tell us.
The sounds our body creates for no apparent reason can be of great help because it’s the only way our body can communicate with us. In the majority of cases bodily sounds are not a cause for concern but if they tend to happen quite often maybe you need to see a doctor and check if there’s something wrong with you.
Here’s what your body is trying to tell you if you’re experiencing the following sounds:
Loud music can sometimes make you feel faint ringing in your ears for hours after the music has stopped, which is not something you should worry about. On the other hand, if this happens often it may be a sign of tinnitus.
Tinnitus can be caused by ear damage, infection or it can be a normal side-effect of aging. When we have normal hearing, our ears send signals to our brain as soon as sound reaches them, but if there’s damage to our ear due to the tinnitus the ears continue sending signals to the brain and we hear that ringing sound all the time.
If aside from the ringing you experience vertigo and pain you should see your doctor because it may be a sign of a neurological disorder.
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