it has to do with the muscles tightening and putting pressure on the eustachian tube. It's really annoying, isn't it. I've found that stretching my neck, not away from the side with the ear problem, but towards it and experimenting with keeping it there or massage will sometimes open it.
Ive just been doing exercise and have the same problem, so i was looking online for a reason and a cure.. All the stuff i have come across seems to point to the same thing.. air pressure. Every time you swallow, some air goes up the eustachian tubes and into the middle ear and gets absorbed by the membranous lining. But sometimes the tube gets blocked so the air inside the middle ear gets used up and this pulls the eardrum tight.. which is the pain.
Some people just happen to have smaller eustachian tubes than others. So when your exercising, you breath more air and swallow more and this can cause a blockage..thus causing the pain.
It is possible when you are running; you may be keeping the mouth closed and heavily breathing from the nose. At times, during this phase sometimes there is an increase in the pressure of air in the space behind the nose and pharynx, which may temporarily block your Eustachian tube. Try some different breathing exercises or you may try using some nasal drops before you start to run. This may help this unique complaint
Your problem is highly suspicious for Temporal Mandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ). Ear pain not associated with hearing loss during exercise, especially in cold temperatures, causes jaw joint area spasm, which is commonly felt as pain referred to the ear. Heat and sometimes a mouth guard similar to those worn by football players should solve your problem.
Nerves in the dermis allow you to identify textures and detect pressure and pain, warmth and cold.
THE CAUSE for this is that when your cold air is on the petrol is used to create air. and that is how cars create cold air
cold air enters a region
hot air and cold air combind
its mixture of hot air and cold air
Extremely cold air.
A cold front brings in cold air. The cold air causes warm air to rise quickly. The rising air forms cumulus clouds. There is often heavy precipitation at a cold front.
Hot air mass
Cold air does not cause a cold. Germs from a person with a cold is the only thing that causes a cold. Being out in cold air weakens your immune system making you more susceptible to contracting an unwanted illnesses. It is not the cold air itself that gets you sick.
a difference in density
cold air falls and hot air rises
High and low pressure vortexes causes by warm and cold air mixing together.
Cold Fronts: occurs when a cold air mass takes over a warm air mass, cold air is denser than warm air so the cold air mass causes the warm air mass to rise quickly, has a steep slope, causes cumulus & cumulonimbus clouds, causes strong winds, severe thunderstorms, causes precipitation, & moves quickly & happens in a short time.Warm fronts: occurs when a warm air mass overtakes a cold air mass, has a gentle slope, the warm air grdually moves over the cold air, causes stratus clouds, steady rain, & sometimes causes heavy showers & thunderstorms.Stationary fronts: when 2 different air masses form a boundary but neither is moving & causes clouds & heavy rain or snow for several days.Occluded fronts: occurs when a warm air mass is caught between 2 air masses, the cold air causes the warm air to rise, & the warm air cools as it rises causing the water vapor to condense wich leads to cloudy skies & precipitation.
Air mass moves when hot air and cold air gets together.
when a cold air front meets a warm air front
gas leak or wrong wiring
hot or cold air
when cold and warm air are added in the same container it causes water.
Thermals. Different temperatures. Cold air sinks and warm air rises this causes the wind to move.
Uneven heating of the atmosphere causes wind. The mixing of hot and cold air causes turbulence.
Exposure to cold air or cold water for a long enough time causes hyperthermia.
This due to Warm air being lighter than cold air. Warm air rises. This causes a suction and colder air comes in from the sides..
Hot and cold air masses, if a hot and a cold air mass meet, it will cause some sort of precipitation,
cold air from the south pushing up