Why Can I Hear My Own Heartbeat?

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A person can hear his or her own heartbeat; such a condition is called Tinnitus. Tinnitus can be thought of as an abnormal ear noise. It can occur due to prolonged exposure to loud noise. It can be the side effect of a medication, or the collection of excessive wax in the ear. Consult a doctor in case of Tinnitus.
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