When you have an upper respiratory infection, you may wonder why you have an ear infection as well. This is because the nasal cavity is connected to the Eustachian tube. Normally, when you have a cold, this tube closes up to prevent the mucus from entering the auditory canal. When your Eustachian tube fails to close up, the excessive mucus thatâ€™s produced in the nasal cavity then pours out into the ear canal. This results to an even more aggravated ear infection. Continue reading
Do you want to quit smoking but donâ€™t know how to start?Â What are the harmful effects of smoking that will really make you convinced to quit?
Smoking is one of the universal forms of leisure drug use.Â Â It is habitually exercise by over a billion of people wherein a substance in a form of tobacco is burned and the smoke produced is inhaled or tasted.Â Continue reading