Today I want to talk about the difference of what’s called a swimmer’s ear or an external ear infection and a more typical middle ear infection or what we often think of as just ear infections with little kids. So, swimmer’s ear or external ear infection involves the space between
With an ear infection, the eardrum becomes red and the patient experience ear pain. Eventually, pus develops behind the eardrum which results in a significant increase in pain due to the pressure. With enough pressure, the eardrum can rupture causing pus and blood to drain out into the ear canal.
I’m Nicole Heart from YouTube. And today, I’m going to demonstrate a remedy for an ear ache. This is a safe remedy that you can use on anyone of any age. For this remedy, we’re going to start with an onion. For this video, today I’m using a yellow onion.
Otitis media is the technical name for a middle ear infection. In order to understand where a middle ear infection occurs, you need to understand the way the ear works. The way the ear works is sound comes in through the ear canal, hits the eardrum and goes through the
ear infection is a common problem which occurs due to the accumulation of fluids in the middle ear it can be happened by a cold allergies flu bacteria dust and a viral presence in the ear garlic is effective at treating ear infections for it’s antibacterial and antiviral properties it
With an ear infection, the eardrum becomes red and the patient experience ear pain. Eventually, pus develops behind the eardrum which results in a significant increase in pain due to the pressure. As the infection resolves, the pus and inflammation decreases resulting in the disappearance of pain. However, fluid is