According to some researches, black hair coming out of the ears points on an increased risk of heart disease.
The study was performed by doctor Sanders T. Frank and his professional team was published in the New England Journal of Medicine. It shows that the diagonal folding on the ear lobe can be a sign of a cardiac disease.
Experts claim that there is a connection between the hair in the ear canal and the disease of the coronary arteries.
A group of doctors assume that the clogged arteries can appear because of a long term exposure to the androgenic hormone or otherwise called the male hormone.
In 1989, an article appeared in the Indian Heart Journal in which the researchers published their conclusions from a study involving 215 Indian patients and correlations between earlobe creases, ear hair and coronary artery disease.
Some of the experts claim that the appearance of ear hair is a direct indicator on the possibility for heart attack, while others consider that heart attacks appear because of old age or obesity and not because of ear hair. Still, all of them agree that the symptoms shouldn’t be neglected.