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Why we hate hearing our own voice…

Scientists Prove why we Hate our own Voice


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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