6 kinds of strange sounds in the body suggesting grunts in the stomach or intestinal obstruction

6 kinds of strange sounds in the body suggesting grunts in the stomach or intestinal obstruction


The sounds sometimes made by the body can be a health alert.

Learning to interpret the different sounds of the body can help determine possible conditions and the time for treatment progress.

The latest article in the American “Men’s Health” magazine published “Six kinds of body sounds and related diseases” summarized by many medical experts.

1.Beware of sleep apnea during habitual nighttime snoring.

If you have a snoring habit with heavy breathing during sleep at night, sweating after waking up, or feeling drowsy during the day, you may have sleep apnea and seek medical attention as soon as possible because sleep apnea increases the risk of diabetes and stroke.

Stasi Ishman, a professor of otolaryngology at Johns Hopkins University, suggested that nasal sprays are good for snoring, but better for weight loss.

2.Retina and ankle popping sounds Beware of torn meniscus, arthritis, or strained ligaments.

Dr. David Gill, director of the Department of Sports Medicine at Southern California Medical University, said that if there is abnormal sound in the joints, accompanied by pain, swelling or stiffness, or affecting exercise, see a doctor immediately.

Knee pain may result from a meniscus tear, and toe pain may be caused by arthritis or a ligament strain.

3.Stomach pain with grunts beware of intestinal obstruction.

Professor William Chey, editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Gastroenterology, said that bowel sounds are produced when normal people digest food.

However, if bowel sounds are pronounced and accompanied by pain or swelling, especially if you experience sloshing when you have a headache, you should see a doctor.

The possible cause is that the peristalsis is too fast or too slow, and in rare cases it may be an intestinal obstruction that requires surgery.

4.Beware of cracking or popping of the jawbone. Beware of a fractured jaw joint dislocation.

James Ace, professor of oral and maxillofacial surgery at the Mayo Clinic, said that if the sound is loud and harsh, it may indicate that the mandible may be misaligned.

But if your jaw is stiff or unable to open or open, you should see your doctor.

If it is nocturnal bruxism, it can cause joint wear and pain.

5.Nose whistle, watch out for a perforated septum.

Dr. Ishman said that nasal congestion can easily cause whistle, nose blowing, steroid nasal spray and other methods to help solve the problem.

However, if you have a nasal whistle after a facial injury or excessive digging of your nostrils, you should see your doctor immediately.

This may be caused by a perforated nasal septum, and in some cases may require surgery.

6.Buzzing or ringing in the ear Beware of otitis.

Professor Samuel Selesnick, an expert in the Department of Otorhinolaryngology at Weill Cornell Medical College, said that tinnitus actually comes from the brain, which is the brain misreading false electrical signals as noise.

The cause may be damage to the inner ear.

Therefore, it is best to wear earplugs in a noisy environment.

But if tinnitus persists and occurs on one ear, it is best to see a doctor.

This may be caused by infections such as otitis.