Can Vibrations Make You Feel Sick?

Why Do Some Sounds Make People Sick?

Some studies have shown that at high intensities, infrasonic sounds can have extra-aural bioeffects, including nausea, headaches, and dizziness, but why?

The short answer: bad vibrations.

Sound is a wave of pressure traveling through a medium.

Can low frequency sound make you sick?

Symptoms resulting from exposure to infrasound can include fatigue, headache, nausea, concentration difficul ties, disorientation, seasickness, digestive disorders, cough, vision problems and dizziness.”

Why do sounds make me nauseous?

Vestibular hyperacusis, on the other hand, causes feelings of nausea, dizziness, and imbalance when particular sounds are present. Where recruitment makes certain loud noises uncomfortably loud, hyperacusis makes all sounds too loud.

How can noise and vibration affect you?

Noise and vibration on a boat can be distracting, slow your reaction times, and cloud your judgement, reducing your ability to control the boat properly. Noise and vibration can affect your body, making you feel tired.

What frequencies are harmful to humans?

Low frequency sounds can be harmful

Human beings are normally able to detect sounds in the range of 20-20,000 Hz and it is well known that sounds within this range can damage the hearing. However, sounds under the frequency of 20 Hz can also affect the ear even though we are unable to hear them.