It could very well be! A helicopter just went over our house, and what first got my (and the cat’s) attention was the vibration of something rattly on the mantlepiece when the passing copter’s noise Dopplered through a sympathetic frequency.
I live pretty near a CHP helicopter landing pad, so I get choppers overhead fairly frequently, and I know that’s gotta be hell for those with sensitivity to such noises. Like my 8-year-old son, when I was his age I was sensitive to loud sounds like passing fire trucks and motorcycles (one of my earliest memories is covering my ears and cringing at the sound of someone riding a small dirt bike I could barely see because it was most of a mile away), but never to the point of nausea and migraines. Short of living in a fairly remote rural location far from farming machinery, freeways, and air traffic routes, I am at a loss to suggest a practical solution.