Otomycosis is a fungal infection of the ear canal, and in some cases of the tympanic membrane. In the majority of recorded cases, the etiological cause is Candida yeast-like fungi. This disease develops due to traumatization of the external auditory canal, because of the weakening of the body's immune system. Read the rest of this entry »
Ménière's disease is a disease of the inner ear of a non-inflammatory nature, which is manifested by dizziness and hearing disorder.
For the first time this disease was described in 1861 by a French doctor, the otiatrist Prosper Menier. He did it so accurately and in detail that until today nothing more unique for the symptomatology of this disease scientists have not revealed. Read the rest of this entry »
Free nasal breathing is a natural process of human life. The air passing through the nose is enriched with nitric oxide, due to which the lungs better saturate the blood with oxygen. With the loss of the ability to breathe through the nose, a person instinctively begins to breathe through the mouth, which leads to the development of inflammation of the mucosa of the respiratory tract, overdrying the pharynx and larynx. Read the rest of this entry »