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Healthy Ears: Ear fungus, ear fullness, fluttering in ear, crackling sound in ear, sharp pain in ear

Our ears and auditory structures allow us to experience the sensation of sound. They not only let us enjoy sound through music and conversation but also allows us to stay more alert of our surroundings, helping us stay safe. For these reasons, we at Bel Marra believe that your hearing is worth taking care of. To better achieve this, we have compiled some of best articles on possible causes of hearing loss.

You will find information on symptoms of ear fungus, reasons behind why you may be experiencing ear fullness or fluttering in the ear, and the causes of that crackling sound in the ear or sharp ear pain.

Otomycosis (ear fungus): Causes, symptoms, treatment, and home remedies

Otomycosis (ear fungus) is a fungal infection in the ears that tends to be a problem for people who live in warm areas of the world. Avid swimmers, individuals who suffer from diabetes, or people who have chronic medical and skin conditions can also experience ear fungus.

Otomycosis is also called mycotic otitis externa or Singapore ear. The infection is usually on the external part of the ear. Aspergillus or Candida is commonly fungi associated with a fungus of the ear, but there are others. Most of the fungi are species that exist in the environment around us, so it is rather easy to come in contact with it. Keep in mind that coming in contact with fungi doesn’t mean that you will automatically get otomycosis ear. If you have a weak immune system, you are at a higher risk of getting ear fungus if you come in contact with fungi. Continue reading…

Ear fullness: Causes, symptoms, and treatments

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Experiencing ear fullness can be a discomforting experience and is often described as having increased pressure within the ears or the ears feeling clogged or stuffed. Common methods for temporally decongesting the ears, such as yawning and swallowing, don’t seem to help as your ears and hearing remain muffled or slightly impaired for the duration.

Having ear fullness is a common sensation experienced by many. Our ears are complex structures that have many parts required for the conduction of sound. Disease, infection, or even direct injury could lead to a compromise in ear function and lead you to experience the sensation of fullness in the ears. Continue reading…

Fluttering in ear: Causes, symptoms, and treatment remedies

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Experiencing fluttering in the ear is a relatively common abnormality experienced by many people. It is often the sign of a problem occurring within the delicate structures of the ear. While some instances of ear flutter are benign, some cases may worsen, not permanently go away despite all efforts if left untreated.

Having a fluttering sound in the ear can be very annoying and even lead to distress. It can make us fixated on what is causing this sensation in the ears, often distracting us from other things in life. It can even lead to anxiety, lack of sleep, poor school or work performance, and even decreased mood. Continue reading…

Why there’s a crackling sound in the ear and how to get rid of it why is there a crackling sound in the ear

Experiencing a cracking noise or sound in the ear is a common abnormality experienced by many people and is often a sign of an abnormality occurring within the delicate structures of the ear. While some cases of a cracking noise in the ears are benign, such as a crackling sound in the ear when moving the jaw or while gulping food quickly, they may not go away easily.

Crackling sounds in the ear can be very annoying to sufferers and even lead to distress. It can make us fixated on what is causing this sensation in your ears, often distracting us from other things in life. It can even lead to anxiety, lack of sleep, poor school or work performance, and even decreased mood. Continue reading…

Common causes of sharp pain in ear and home remedies

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Experiencing shape pain in the ear is a common problem that affects many people. It can be due to a problem within the ear itself or be part of neighboring structures.

The ear is composed of three parts: the external (outer), middle, and inner ear. The external ear is made up of the auricle (what we typically think of when we envision an ear), and the ear canal. The middle ear is the ear drum and various tiny bones responsible for conducting sound and sound transfer. Lastly, the inner ear is composed of the cochlea and semicircular canals, which are responsible for the actual process of hearing sounds to be sent to the brain for interpretation via the auditory nerve. Continue reading…

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