We are sure that you hear, the old people say that If the eyes are the windows to the soul, then the ears are the windows to the heart. Science says that ear canal hair, that dollhouse garden of black strands inside many an ear, is a common signpost for heart attacks.
In the study that is lead by Dr. Sanders T. Frank and his team say that a diagonal earlobe crease, then nicknamed “Frank’s Sign,” was a positive predictor of coronary artery disease. When the waxy plaque deposits build up inside the arteries is called CAD a plumbing problem.
Doctors in New York found a strong link between the ear canal hair and coronary heart disease. The study involved 43 men and 20 women, 90 percent of participants who had both the diagonal earlobe crease (particles) and the ear canal piece of a heart failure.
The experts have revealed that long-term exposure to androgen, the king of male hormones and father of testosterone, caused clots in the arteries due to surplus production of red blood cells.
In 1989,the Indian doctor Heart Journal published an research that summarized the results of a study investigating the link between earlobe creases, ear hair and coronary artery disease. The study involved 215 Indian patients. The doctor said: “A significant difference was also observed between men with and without CAD in the presence of ear-canal hair with age matched group.” They also found that ear hair prevalence advanced with age.
Edston E. distributed his study in the June 2006 version in the American Journal of Forensic Medical Pathology. Edston was scrutinize 520 post-mortem examinations and measured the BMI, spleen weight, ear hair, and ear cartilage wrinkle, reason for death, sparseness, thickness of stomach fat, and about six different qualities. IN this study “It was found that ELC (ear cartilage wrinkle) was firmly corresponded with CAD in both men and ladies (P < 0.0001) however with sudden cardiovascular demise (SCD) just in men (P < 0.04).” The more youthful the patient, the higher was the positive prescient quality.
No one is quite sure why ear hair and heart attacks make good bedfellows. Some blame testosterone supplements. Others think that as people age, they get hairy and overweight, and they die from the latter. Thankfully, at the end no one blames the ear hairs.