There is a popular folk myth that if one holds a seashell—specifically, most often, a conch shell—to one's ear, one can hear the sound of the ocean. The rushing sound that one hears is in fact the noise of the surrounding environment, resonating within the cavity of the shell.
For the last week or so I've had a faint sound like the sea in my LH ear. I suppose a bit like when you put a seashell to your ear, as I did as kid, when told you could hear the sea in it. I have tried to clean it as much as I dare - with a rolled tapered tissue but without luck. Also tried blocking my nose and
You don't even need the seashell to hear the noise. You can produce the same "ocean" sound using an empty cup or even by cupping your hand over your ear. Go ahead and try it and vary the distance at which you place the cup near your ear. The level of the sound will vary depending on the angle and distance the cup is from your ear.
Tinnitus is noise that originates within the ear rather than from the outside environment. This may affect one or both ears.The sounds have been described variously as a "ringing" sound, a "buzzing" sound, a "humming noise, "like running water", a "whistling" sound or like the "sound from a seashell held close to the ear."There are several typ...
Tinnitus is the medical term for "hearing" noises in your ears. It occurs when there is no outside source of the sounds. Tinnitus is often called "ringing in the ears." It may also sound like blowing, roaring, buzzing, hissing, humming, whistling, or sizzling. The noises heard can be soft or loud.
Ear Sounds- Like Steam or Listening to a Sea Shell I describe the sound that I have as similar to putting a seashell up to your ear and hearing the "sounds of the sea" as they call it in your ear. Mine first started 2 weeks after riding the Vortex roller coaster at Kings Island and having my head smacked from side to side.
Hi Noemi my name is Chantelle and i am 24, I have a really bad problem with my ears, as with any sound even the slightest sound makes both my ears react as if my ears are trying to block out the sounds I hear a voom voom sound in both my ears all the time even when it is quiet, what is the cause of it?
It is estimated that 50 million Americans suffer from tinnitus, a medical condition that manifests as a persistent ringing, whooshing or swishing sound in your ear. Because the sound originates from inside the ear, people suffering from tinnitus may feel like an ocean is a roaring inside their head.
We have heard many many people with Meniere’s disease describe tinnitus as sounding like the sound of escaping air, running water, being inside a seashell, a sizzling, musical, buzzing, or humming noise, ringing noises, blowing sounds, hissing, whistling, high or low pitched sounds, roaring, pulsating sounds, etc. some people can hear their ...
Kevin in Bentonville, Arkansas, wrote in to ask this question: "Why do you hear the ocean when you put a seashell up to your ear?" All right, first things first: no matter how much it may sound ...