Why does our hearing lessen or change when yawning?

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Why does our hearing lessen or change when yawning?

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You have a tube called the Eustachian tube connecting your inner ear to your nasal cavity. It is usually closed, but things like yawning can cause it to open, which lets pressure equalize, but makes an audible change in how you perceive sound.

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