What your ears say about your health
WebMD which is the online clinic that shows you may have cancer because you googled headache and nausea together published an article that may be helpful to people once they notice something profoundly odd with their ears.
1. Diagonal crease
Having a diagonal fold of skin on your lobe could signify heart disease.
2. Low ears
This is commonly found with people who have Down's Syndrome or Turner Syndrome. According to WebMD, "People with Down syndrome also have other physical differences and development issues. Turner syndrome can cause problems with how the head and the neck form, and issues with growth and puberty."
3. Unusual ear shape
This includes the liitle mole like extension of ear skin. The presence of an ear tag could signify kidney problems.
This refers to the ringing in a person's ears. It could be cause by taking too many painkillers, earwax buildup, working in a place with loud noises, or something wrong in the joint between the jawbone and the skull.
5. Itchy ears
This could be an infection. Or psoriasis- a condition where the immune system attacks the skin.