There are small tubes in the ears that connect to the trachea (windpipe). When these tubes become blocked or obstructed due to excess ear wax, or from a sinus infection, they can make funny noises when swallowing.
It should clear up on it's own after a few days.
I have a whirring sound in my ears Can you tell me what is causing it?
Your ears pick up the sound.
Yes, sound is recognized by the brain through your ears. When you hear a sound, it enters the ear canal to the eardrum. The eardrum causes small bones to vibrate, which causes tiny hairs to send signals to the brain.
Because your jaw is closely connected to your ears and your jaw moves when you swallow. That is also how you wiggle your ears.
Ears pick up vibrations (sound). To much sound causes the ear drum to vibrate excessively
because most people have ears which register or causes sound. the tree in the forest sends out vibrations but unless there is an ear to receive the vibrations there is no sound.
In our ears, we have hairs that are set to receive different pitches. When a hair picks up a sound, a signal is sent to the brain. When the instrument makes a sound, it disturbs the air molecules around it. The vibration wave travels out and hits our ears.
In our ears the sound vibrates and makes the sound
Rabbits turn their ears to collect sound.
why do rabbits keep their big sound collecting ears
they can hear sound in ears