What happens to human body in tornado? – The wind gets into cavities (eye sockets, nose, mouth, ears) and can do severe internal damage and ghastly mutilations. – In addition to debris impacts, many people are killed/injured from being violently tumbled along the ground or becoming airborne and then falling.
What is an emotional tornado? Your mind starts to spin like a tornado, unable to control your thoughts. And your heart begins to race with every beat pulsing through your body. You start sucking in air as your body begins to shake because every thought that crosses your mind physically hurts.
What does being in a tornado feel like? People who have been in a tornado say it sounds like a jet engine or a freight train and is very loud. They said it hurt their ears, but they were more worried about what might happen to them than they were about the pain in their ears.
Can you survive being inside a tornado? Although there is no completely safe place during a tornado, some locations are much safer than others. Go to the basement or an inside room without windows on the lowest floor (bathroom, closet, center hallway). If possible, avoid sheltering in any room with windows.