Exhaling through ear after heavy workout

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bushra776
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So this started about 3 weeks ago. I had a different type of workout, an extremely intense one. Obviously I had to push harder on myself. Me and my teammates kept doing these races with timers until at some point i started heavy breathing through my left ear. It was very uncomfortable. Now, everytime I work out, even if it's very moderate and almost not tiring, when I get shortness of breath instead of exhaling through my mouth, I exhale through my left ear.

Please tell me im not the only one or what this could be
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your left lung has displaced upward into your brain I think :dontknow:
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Maybe your eustachian tube has popped open and isn't closing (this has happened to me before, it's a bit like a roaring sound). I think it's called patulous eustachian tube, should go away on it's own + if make sure you drink lots, if not then maybe your left lung has displaced into your brain


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Maybe your eustachian tube has popped open and isn't closing (this has happened to me before, it's a bit like a roaring sound). I think it's called patulous eustachian tube, should go away on it's own + if make sure you drink lots, if not then maybe your left lung has displaced into your brain

can you tell me what it means for a lung to displace into a brain?
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For a second i thought of a dragon..
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can you tell me what it means for a lung to displace into a brain?
We're just joking! Haha, no worries. I don't think your lung can actually displace into the brain (although there's a first time for everything...). It's most likely you've popped open your eustachian tube, or maybe hurt something in your ear, does it hurt, are you dizzy?
If it doesn't get better maybe go and see a doctor. Ears can be very sensitive, they don't like being unbalanced at all!
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We're just joking! Haha, no worries. I don't think your lung can actually displace into the brain (although there's a first time for everything...). It's most likely you've popped open your eustachian tube, or maybe hurt something in your ear, does it hurt, are you dizzy?
If it doesn't get better maybe go and see a doctor. Ears can be very sensitive, they don't like being unbalanced at all!
oh haha xD Alright, thanks for telling me
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