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21-06-2022, 22:10
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How to Heal a Ruptured Eardrum
The eardrum is fairly fragile, and trauma to the ear can cause the eardrum to tear, which is known as a ruptured or perforated eardrum. They're more common in children who develop middle ear infections, though they have multiple causes and can happen at any age. Most ruptured eardrums heal on their own without medical intervention, but it's important to see your doctor to make sure
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10-08-2021, 11:20
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How to Prevent Your Ears from Popping
Have you ever suffered from airplane ear? It's that uncomfortable, sometimes painful ear popping that occurs when pressure changes exert stress on your inner ear during a flight. It usually happens when the plane is gaining altitude or descending, and can also occur when diving underwater. Luckily, there are tricks you can try to keep your ears from popping, and help kids and babies
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5-08-2021, 20:50
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How to Look Into Your Own Ear
If you want to take a look into your own ear, your options are pretty limited. You can buy one of the various models of otoscopes that attaches to a smartphone and follow its instructions. Otherwise, you'll have to rely on instructing a friend on how to use a traditional otoscope—that is, if you know how to use one yourself. In the end, your best bet may be to make an appointment with
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29-07-2021, 11:40
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How to Stretch Your Ears Pain Free
Many people enjoy the appeal of stretched ear lobes; however, the process of stretching, also called ear gauging, can cause pain. While there is no foolproof method to prevent pain and discomfort when stretching your ears, there are certain steps you can take to minimize pain and potential complications during the process.
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18-06-2021, 05:00
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A bug in an ear can be quite scary. Bugs, such as moths, cockroaches, ladybugs, and beetles, can crawl into ears while you sleep or during outdoor activities. Entomologists suspect that bugs crawl into ear canals to keep warm or keep safe. Whatever the reason, a bug in the ear is no fun. You will need to remove the insect to avoid hearing loss, ear damage, and infection.
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15-06-2021, 16:00
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How to Prevent Cauliflower Ear
Cauliflower ear is a preventable condition that isn’t dangerous, but it’s unsightly and can cause pain. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to reduce your likelihood of having a cauliflower ear. The best means of prevention is to wear a helmet or ear protection when participating in a physical sport like martial arts or wrestling. In case you do get injured, getting prompt
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9-06-2021, 14:00
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Ear congestion can be an annoying medical issue that makes it difficult to hear and, when left untreated, can lead to dizziness and ear pain. If you experience severe pain or bleeding along with plugged ears you may have a perforated eardrum, which requires immediate medical attention. In most cases, though, you can unplug your ears at home using some simple techniques and
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27-05-2021, 17:20
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How to Cope With Having Hyperacusis
Hyperacusis, or hyperacousis, is a condition that causes people to develop an increased and potentially painful sensitivity to everyday noises. Although little is known about the exact causes of this condition, imagine living in a world in which a barking dog, a clanking dish, a noisy printer, or squeaking brakes caused you discomfort or even unbearable agony and the people around you
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3-04-2021, 20:10
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How to See if You Have Misophonia
Misophonia means "hatred of sound." It is a condition where you cannot tolerate some sounds (also called “trigger sounds”) and you may respond to these sounds in an extreme way, such as by avoiding situations or yelling at the person who is making the sound. Although reports of misophonia have increased over the years, misophonia is not well understood by the medical community because
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12-03-2021, 09:30
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How to Read an Audiogram
When you get a hearing test, you’ll receive an audiogram that shows your results. You’ll be able to see how well you hear sounds based on their frequency (also called pitch) and intensity (also called loudness). An audiogram looks like a graph with plotted points. Each plot on your chart will tell you the lowest intensity level at which you can hear each frequency. With a little