External ear infection is infection that is caused by bacteria or fungus attacking the part of the ear that is outside of the eardrum. Risk factors <list> How does it look like? Fungal ear infections. Treatment
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Middle Ear Infections Are infections that are behind the ear drum. The space behind the eardrum is supposed to be dry and all air. But sometimes infection or phelgm can reach this space via the Auditory tube (Eustachian tube) which connects to the back of the nose. Acute otitis media (AOM) Fast and furious and […]
Gastrointestinal Reflux Disease Extremely common. Normally a diagnosis made after serious diseases are considered and ruled out by your doctor. Unfortunately if you are diagnosed with this disease, you must understand that it is a chronic disease (AKA long term), it tends to wax and wane with time. It will be triggered when the lifestyle factors […]
Earwax is something familiar to all of us. Everyone has earwax for sure. The picture above is the dry earwax type (less common). While the one below is the wet earwax type (more common). Not all earwax needs removal. Reasons for earwax removal include: Pain in the ears Feeling of blocked ears Reduced hearing […]
Introduction Anger is a common emotion experienced by many of us. In fact it is hard to find someone who does not feel angry at all. <literature> Anger is frequently described as a fire and truly it works like one. Normal VS Abnormal Anger There are the features that suggest that your anger might need […]
“I have depression.” | “Am I depressed?” Depression is common in Singapore. Symptoms | Treatment | Suicide | Community Resources Common Symptoms You are likely to have depression if you experience the following symptoms for more than TWO (2) weeks. (Source: DSM 5th) The more symptoms you experience, the more likely you have depression. Lousy mood. Nearly […]