|Tensor tympani muscle
||[Dec. 28th, 2009|12:55 am]
Some people have control over less well known muscles...|
You could be evil and include these in a game of Simon says...
"Whenever I wish too I can make a 'rumbling noise' in my head..."
That's the tensor tympani muscle, behind the eardrum, pulling tight to prevent damage from loud noises. Some people can control it voluntarily.
If you can make a clicking sound in your ears (without yawning), then your voluntarily opening your Eustachian tubes by flexing your tensor and levator veli palatini muscles.