I suggest you see a Dentist who has experience with TMD; Temporal Mandibular Disease. I have it, and it sure sounds like you do as well. No, it is not serious, but it sure can be a pain in the ....jaw....Do you also grind your teeth while you sleep? That is called Bruxism (do a Google on these terms if you want more onfo, or hit WebMD.) Neither is life threatening or really serious mostly. You may be asked to wear a device called a "splint" for a while.It's not painful and worked for me for years. Do NOT let anyone talk you into surgery for this until you have exhausted EVERY other way to deal with it! Surgery for this is absolutely the last resort on the planet, most of the time. Good luck to you, and try to relax more. Look into meditation........
yah this just happened to me and my dentist said to give it time and if it doesnt improve for a few hours then see a doctor
cos' it sounds squeaky
compared to air, water and solids. but between these two it is solids because the particles are really close together so they pass on the energy (sound) easily and more efficiently !
Some say it's the squeaky sounds if it is a squeaky toy. And some times they just need to get youst to it.
depends on where the "squeaky sounds" are coming from. something could be loose, such as a hinge or something. if it screams like a banshee, then its the alternator belt, or the alternator itself. it all just depends on where its coming from
In Hindi Barley is called as "Jau" (sounds like "jaw")...its also used to make Beer.
A noise which sounds like a squeaky pop
Sounds like a loose or worn belt
Sounds like a belt or belt tensioner needs to be replaced
it kind of sounds like a dog's squeaky chew toy.
Anything that creates vibrations in solids and fluids.
It really depends on the solid, but in general, the speed of sounds in solids is larger.
P.S. It has a squeaky almost "fred like" voice, and all of my songs and system sounds go faster.
The speed of sound in solids are not all of the same. These sounds travel at different speeds based on density and other physical attributes.
no sound travels faster through solids.
sound is made up of vibrations, and so you hear sound as the vibrations travel through the particles of solids liquids and gases.
They most certainly can - mine makes a whole range of sounds from the "dook" noise with which all ferret owners will be familiar to little mewing sounds like a cat when he wants something, hisses when he does the war dance, clicks and tuts when I talk to him and an assortment of squeaky sounds.
Sounds travels slowest in air and fastest in solids. Generally, sound travels faster through materials of higher densities.
Owen Meany has a voice just as eccentric as his personalities. He sounds squeaky and high-pitched. It seems to be described as very nasally.
Sounds traver better though solids, liquids, and air, in that order.
sound passes thro' different media which are generally solids, liquids and gases
It depends on the dog Some dogs have silent hiccups and the only way you can tell is by looking at the belly to see if it sucks in or jiggles Other dogs make little squeaky sounds or soft wet thumpy sounds
Sounds like a squeaky belt to me. Did your car sit out overnight or get wet. Does it go away when warmed up. Almost always the belt.