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Songs about Discomfort : Sing To Know

Songs about Discomfort
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Studies suggest that music can interfere with pain signals even before they reach the brain- at the level of the spinal cord but then there are some that’ll just remind you of the pain you already are in. Here’s looking at some of the songs about discomfort:

  • Dhak Dhak Karne Laga- Chest Pain

When you eat that oily samosa even after your wife warned you not to and now your heart is experiencing what seems like the wrath of a thousand titans.

  • Mujhe Neend Na Aaye- Insomnia

That moment when you hit the bed and all you can think about is how life is a mystery. Guess, you’ll be the one sleeping at the meeting tomorrow. 

  • Tadap Tadap Is Dil Se- Gastroenteritis

When there is not enough toilet paper in the world. God forbid there is a water shortage on the day.

  • Aoo Na, Aaj Jao Na- Constipation

Heaven knows you’d sell your soul to Satan for a nice, long dump.

  • Tu Jaane Na- Migraines

No, Dear concerned colleague, you don’t know how I exactly feel. If I can sell my newborn to stop this pain, I would.

  • Dola Re Dola- Gum Problems

When your gums are as weak as Chihuahua and all your teeth seem to be dancing to a tune of their own.

  • Tu Ne Maari Entry- Fever

That moment when a fever shows up all unexpected like Adele. Guess, you’ll just have to stay home now and experience crippling FOMO.

  • Pappu Can’t Dance Saala- Arthritis

No, he doesn’t have two left feet. His knees hurt like they’ve been shot at with an AK-47.

  • Besharmi Ki Height- Flatulence

An excess of Aloo Parathas is never a good idea.

  • Pareshaan

When you’re ill and lying in your bed and your mom is all Pareshaan but not in a happy way like Parineeti, these songs about discomfort will define it all!

Disclaimer: The information included at this site is for educational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for medical treatment by a health care professional. Because of unique individual needs, the reader should consult their physician to determine the appropriateness of the information for the reader’s situation.

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