What Your Ears Say About You
Your ears not only tell you things about yourself, but also help to alleviate certain ailments. All you need to do is identify and know which part of your body corresponds to each part of your ear.
Our different body parts can tell us much more about our body than we think. This includes our ears.
Take note of what our ears are able to us – you’ll be surprised!
They can be used as a way to identify you
Not only can your fingerprints be used to identify you, but so can your ears.
This is because they’re a part of the body that barely changes from the moment you’re born until you reach an old age.They only grow.
This is how your ear can become a useful way of identifying you.
They help you to know the type of genes you have
Your ears help you know if your genes are recessive or dominant.
If you have attached earlobes, this is a sign of recessive genes. On the contrary, if you have unattached earlobes, then you have dominant genes. Look at yours and find out.
Your ears tell you whether you may suffer from coronary diseases
According to several studies, people who have a crease that crosses their earlobe are very likely to have coronary artery disease.
If your ears are like this, then it’s a good idea to go to your doctor to get a general checkup so that they can rule out any disease of this kind.
Pale ears? You may lack some vitamins
If you have very pale ears, you may lack basic nutrients. You should pay close attention to this aspect of your ears, since it could have health consequences.
Overall, having pale ears can tell you that it’s possible that you may lack vitamins and calcium.
If your ears are red, then you may have kidney problems
If your ears are red, this may indicate that you have kidney problems. So monitor yourself and see if there are any further signs.
Don’t hesitate to go to the doctor if you observe more evidence that points to this diagnosis.
Bright red ears
If your ears are always in bright red, be alert because this could be a sign of a brain condition.
More specifically, it could be an indication of imminent memory loss, constant headaches, and brain problems. If your ears are also inflamed, you may have a chronic condition.
In this case, go to the doctor.
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Reflexology is a therapy in which you work with the nerve endings that connect with each area of the body.
In the ear, ear reflexology relates these points to the shape of a baby in a fetal position.
In this way, the points to you must press are in relation to the baby’s body.
By pressing the points of these nerve endings, you can solve different health problems, both physical and emotional.
This therapy has many stimulation points and you can learn to massage them to solve problems like headaches.
The areas used on the ear are the most sensitive when receiving sensory stimulation such as heat, light, sound, electromagnetic sensations and pressure. Thus, their stimuli produce reactions in the other organs of the body, depending on the point you’re working on.
Ear stimulation, or an ear micromassage, can be carried out in three different ways: adding pressure using the full finger, the fingertip, or the tip of the nail.
You can also use an eraser at the end of a pencil, matches or small balls to add pressure.
It’s important to know that the pressure exerted on the area must increase progressively. That way, it continues to be effective over time and as the treatment progresses.
- For example, pressing the area on the ear that corresponds to the spleen will facilitate digestion.
- Pressing the point that relates to the lungs drives blood circulation and gives you energy. Moreover, this point is used to alleviate respiratory system diseases such as asthma or edema caused by circulation disorders.
- By stimulating the point corresponding to the small intestine, you can treat diarrhea problems, poor gastrointestinal absorption, abdominal distension and various discomfort.
As you can see, your ears not only tell you things about yourself, but also help to alleviate certain ailments. All you need to do is identify and know which part of the body corresponds to each part of the ear.
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