Vestibular Exercises Simplified…

• A problem with balance and equilibrium causes vertigo. • Vestibular exercises help reduce the symptoms of vertigo and aid to regain balance. • Vestibular exercises do not treat or regenerate a damaged organ. • Vestibular exercises improve brain’s compensation for injuries or abnormalities within the balance system, thereby, building up tolerance in brain to…

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Steam Inhalation

Steam Inhalation Steam inhalation simply implies breathing warm and moist air. It provides enormous benefits at the cost of practically nothing. Being readily available at home and having hardly any side effects makes it absolutely amazing. The only problem is the hesitancy on our part to do it and the complexity of the traditional way…

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Tracheostomy

Tracheotomy A tracheostomy is a medical procedure — either temporary or permanent — that involves creating an opening in the neck in order to place a tube into a person’s windpipe. The tube is inserted through a cut in the neck below the vocal cords. This allows air to enter the lungs. An opening made…

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Ear Wax Myths And Facts

Ear Wax Myths And Facts Cotton swabs, paper clips, fingernails, ballpoint pens, toothpicks, tweezers, safety pins and bobby pins. These are some of the objects people have stuffed in their ears in a misguided attempt to clean out their earwax. Everyone has their own ideas about how to care for their ears and clean them.…

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Aeroplane And Earpain

Aeroplane And Earpain Regardless of being a frequent flyer or flying once in while, travelling in first class or economy, sitting in window seat or aisle, or the duration of the flight; something all air travellers have in common is ear pain. To some it is just a slight discomfort, to others it means severe…

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