Why we hate hearing our own voice…

Scientists Prove why we Hate our own Voice

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It’s because when we talk, the sound vibrates through the BONES in our skull to get to our inner ear.

And traveling through bone causes a sound’s frequency to be lower . . . and that’s what we usually hear when we talk. But when we hear our recorded voice, at its USUAL pitch . . . it’s unfamiliar, and we don’t like it.

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