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6 Common Facts About Ear Piercing To Know

Ear Piercing

Ear piercings are one of the most common types of piercings. It is an ancient Indian practice. It is not just enhancing beauty it has also several health benefits. Today ear piercing is a trend among people. There are many jewelry and accessory shops that offer ear piercing.

Primitive humans pierced their ears with plugs and heavy stones. Nowadays, piercings are done by needles or by piercing guns. The traditional way of ear piercing is piercing with a needle. The only thing you have to take care of is the settings and procedures should be safe and sterile. Piercing can be done at any age. In this article, you will know some common fact related to ear piercing.

1. The Traditional Connection of Ear piercing

Earrings are considered as a symbolic representation of social beliefs, religious beliefs, sexual preference, and tribal beliefs. There are a lot of stories behind ear piercing. Archeological researchers found that earrings are dating back to 2000 years. It is a traditional wearing from prehistoric times.

Around the 16th century, in Europe, all men who working under King have to pierce their ears. Sailors used to wear the earring in one ear to signify that they have sailed far and wide. Soldiers of the Persian empire wore earrings. Pirates wore earrings as part of superstitious beliefs. They believed that wearing earrings may protect them from bad vibes.

There were special ceremonies for ear piercing in some religions and it was part of their tradition too.

2. Who should do the piercing

Ear piercing is an art. The proper way of piercing is a complicated thing. Only a professional piercer can do it carefully. But some pediatricians also do piercing on young children. Traditionally people go to family jewelers who do piercing of the ear with proper and hygienic equipment. An experienced ear piercer can easily locate the middle of the ear lobe. But nowadays people prefer going to the beautician for ear piercing. There is a specially designed needle for piercing.

Before you choose your piercer, make sure they are professionals and enquire about their trust with other people. Check the piercing place whether it is clean and they using hypoallergic jewelry, what equipment do they use, are licensed or not, etc.

3. Piercing in Different places of Ear

Ear piercing is one of the most common types of piercing. There are different types of ear piercings. Almost 15 different places the ear can pierce.

Industrial piercing

An industrial piercing is a double perforation of the upper ear cartilage. It is unique on market and an eye-catching piercing.

Earlobe piercing

This the common piercing spot. It is easy to clean and take care. It heals faster than other piercings.

Cartilage piercing

This type of piercing is a popular choice for both men and women. You will feel mild pain and discomfort for the first few weeks. After that, you will be fine.

Orbital piercing

An orbital piercing is the two piercings that are connected by one piece of
jewelry. It is typically done in the lobe region of the ear.

Helix piercing

This is the second spot after the lobe piercing in popularity. It heals slowly than lobe piercing. It feels comparatively low pain.

Daith piercing

Daith piercing is versatile and suits most people. It is believed that the Daith piercing can help ease anxiety-related migraines

Tragus piercing

This is the harder section of your ear. It is a little more difficult to take care of. This piercing has health benefits for anxiety and migraines.

Rook piercing

Rook piercing is done at the inner ridge of the ear cartilage, parallel to the outer rim of the ear.

4. Healing Time of Ear piercing

Healing time may vary from different persons to different parts. It depends on your body. Routine care is important during that time. Earlobe usually takes 68 weeks. Piercing on cartilage can take 4 months to a year. The greater the blood flow to a certain area, the faster it will heal and the less vulnerable it to infection. You need to treat with care and attention to avoid complications. Only requires careful cleaning.

A little bit of swelling and redness is all part of the body’s natural healing response. This doesn’t mean you are infected. But some of the infections can be serious. Jewelry containing nickel, cobalt, or white gold can cause allergic reactions to somebody.

5. Ear piercing After Care

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, ear piercing is less risky than other piercings, it still causes some complications if not handled safely. After pierced, do not remove the earrings for 6 weeks or more, it will close the hole. You have to carefully wash the ears with soap and water at least once a day to avoid infection. Apply alcohol to the lobe 2-3 times a day using a cotton ball and gently clean the skin around the piercing. It may help to keep away germs and prevent infections.

6. Health Benefits of Ear piercing

Ear piercing is not only a fashion accessory but also has many health benefits. It can maintain the reproductive organs and help in a healthy menstrual cycle. In Ayurvedic literature, the middle of the earlobe is one of the important areas for the health of one’s reproductive organs. In a certain community, ear piercing is compulsory for boys. It is believed that it helps in sperm production in men and maintain their reproductive health.

According to great Sage Sushruta, the ear lobes contain meridian points that connect to the left and right hemispheres of the human brain. When this point is pierced, it helps activate these parts and hence the growth of the brain occurs and enhances memory.

According to acupuncture, the control point on the earlobe is where the center for vision lies. By applying pressure to this point helps improve eyesight. Ear piercing also keeps your ear healthy, it can prevent conditions like anxiety, OCD, nervousness, and improves digestion.

Roshi jewellery Kasaragod prefers the old, tried-and-true method of ear piercing, in which an expert pierces the ear with tremendous care and love!

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