Shoulder or jaw crackling, wheezing and tinnitus … What do your body sounds mean?

The British “Daily Mail” newspaper revealed that, in some cases, the noise made by your body from a wheezing nose, crackling shoulder, or stomach sounds, can be a sign of an underlying health problem.


What do your body sounds mean?

The newspaper presents some of the sounds your body makes while waking or sleeping:

First: Gargle the abdomen.

The newspaper said, any food we eat must pass through 8 meters of the intestine, so the gurgling sound you hear after eating, known medically as borborygmus It is caused by the passage of food, liquid, and gases through the intestine during digestion.

Colin Rees, professor of gastroenterology at the University of Newcastle said: “It makes this sound especially when the small intestine joins the large intestine, known as the ileum valve, as this valve opens to allow the passage of digested food, adding that it can also be heard to gurgle when we feel With hunger, the brain sends signals to the stomach to prepare for food, and this noise can occur “when acidic digestive juices, produced by breaking down food, mix with the air in an empty stomach,” says Rees.

Tinnitus
Tinnitus

Second: Tinnitus.

Professor Simon Lloyd, Consultant Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon at Royal Manchester Hospital, confirmed that about 7 million people suffer from tinnitus, which is a constant ringing in the ears, which becomes more common as we age, and in some cases it can be due to hearing loss, as the brain adapts By “making” sounds, in other cases there may not be a trigger, a condition known as idiopathic tinnitus..

He added, in general, tinnitus, although annoying, is not a cause for concern, however, tinnitus that takes the form of a pulsating, rhythmic noise such as a heartbeat should be dealt with more seriously..

The sound could be buzzing, which indicates a problem with the blood vessels, says Professor Lloyd..

Third: wheezing nose.

Nasal wheezing is often the result of a buildup of mucus, possibly from the cold, which “causes abnormal airflow”, says Professor Lloyd..

It can also result from a tear in the septum, which separates the cartilage from the bone that separates the nostrils, which can be caused by injury, surgery, infection, or the overuse of steroid sprays..

Saline sprays or dehumidifiers can help keep the inside of your nose moist.

Fourth: Headache ..

You may feel a loud noise in your head.There are many theories about its causes, including slight seizures, migraine headaches, straining, or moving parts of the ear..

Dr. Andy Dawson, a headache specialist at Kings College Hospital in London, says that it should not be a cause for concern, explaining that “the worst headache you have had may clear up within half an hour, explaining,” If you cannot treat this condition, seek medical help. Emergency.

Fifth: shoulder cracking.

No need to worry about a cracking or cracking sound in the shoulder, says Professor Tony Kuchar, consultant orthopedic surgeon at London Bridge Private Hospital, “Joints are like joints that are too thin., And explains that there is natural lubrication around the joints, and this fluid changes as we move, causing bubbles to form and then burst, which leads to a crackling or cracking sound, adding, “But if this happens every time you move or there is pain, consult your doctor.”Likewise, the cracking noise in your knees while bending is also caused by air bubbles in the fluid lubricating your joints..

Jimmy Arbuthnot, consultant orthopedic surgeon at University Hospitals BirminghamHowever, if it is painful, seek medical help. “There may be a tear of the meniscus, which is a letter-shaped piece of cartilage C It acts as a shock absorber between the shin bone and the thigh bone, “some of them heal on their own or respond to physical therapy, but surgery may be necessary.”.

Sixth: crackling of the jaw.

Jaw cracking when chewing or yawning may occur, and it can be painful. A mouthguard or exercise to strengthen the muscles around the jaw can help, helpful for those who suffer from severe jaw pain.

Seventh: teeth grinding during sleep.

Affects 1 in 10 people in the UK, “The noise comes from rubbing tooth enamel together” Most people grind their teeth while they sleep, it may be caused by stress, sleep disturbance or tooth loss, and it can cause jaw pain, headache and dental wear Your dentist can make a mouthguard to prevent you from grinding your teeth.It can also help you reduce sleep disturbances such as alcohol, smoking and caffeine..

Eighth: burping.

This is the result of swallowing a lot of air. When the trapped air escapes from the esophagus (the food tube), it causes a burping sound. Indigestion or acid reflux can result. When stomach acid splashes into the throat, it leads to belching. Professor Rees says: “He may swallow People air to cleanse the burning sensation caused by acid“.

Ninth: stomach gases.

Flatulence occurs when the body gets rid of Gases produced during the digestive processGases arise when bacteria ferment in the intestine.

The average person passes gas 5 to 15 times a day, it is usually harmless, but see your doctor if you have abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea, or constipation, this may indicate irritable bowel syndrome, enteritis or allergies. the food.

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