it's been almost 5 years since I've noticed my swallowing is a bit louder than others, it sounds normal to me but It gets quite the reaction out of others who tend to get very annoyed.This is something I can't help but do and it seems even worse when I eat and drink help????
Reading you subject, I figured you were having problems inside you head, bu no, you say your swallowing is heard by others... how far away?
I see no way of producing a loud swallow other than by making audible sounds with you wind/pipe/lungs. Is it possible you passing air through your nose when you swallow? Do you suffer from nasal congestion?
I can't think of anything more, I can't recall ever hearing another person swallow, at least not on a regular basis.
I have the same problem and my brother complains to me all the time that I swallow loudly. Is it possible that those people have a condition? There is a condition called misophonia (literally described as a "hatred of sound") where people can't stand the sound of different noises such as burping, chewing, swallowing, etc. If only a few different people have told you that you bother them, is it possible that they have this condition? If you're being told by a lot of people, I wouldn't know. I have this problem myself and I can't find anything about it.
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