The human ear is a complex yet fascinating little organs that serve two quite different functions: that of hearing and that of postural equilibrium and synchronization of head and eye movements.
Other than the above-mentioned main tasks, the ear contains a neurological relationship between specific points on our bodies and some of our internal organs. As a reason, examining our ears can help us learn about our existing health conditions as well as predict future health issues quite accurately.
Epic Universe has collected some exciting information about human ears that will help you understand more about yourself and the state of your health using your own ear.
1. Coronary diseases.
If you have a diagonal earlobe crease, there is a high possibility that you might have coronary artery disease.
2. Deficiency of vitamins and calcium.
If your ears are very pale in color, it could mean that your body is running the law of vitamins and calcium.
3. Kidney Issues.
If your ears look red, this may be an indication that you have kidney-related problems.
4. Brain related complications.
If your ears are a deep red color, it could be an indication of loss of memory, constant headaches, or brain problems.
5. Swelling of the cartilage of the ear is a specific symptom of a disease called relapsing polytonicities.
6. They can serve as proof of identity.
When we’re born, our ears are fully formed. They don’t change as we grow like other organs, although the lobe descends a little. This makes them a good way of identifying a person, just like a fingerprint.
7. Recessive or dominant genes.
According to a study, attached earlobes (connected directly to the side of your head) are considered to be recessive. Free earlobes (earlobes that hang down) are a dominant trait.
8. You can also relieve minor pains by putting a clamp on these points:
1. Back and shoulders.
4. Nasal sinuses and throat.
6. Head and heart.
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