Surfing Sprains and Strains Surfing can be a tonne of fun! Hours are easily spent out in the salt and sun bouncing around and getting a solid workout. This is awesome but quite often the hours following, or the next day, can feel a little tough…Ever noticed serious fatigue after a surf, or a little niggle that may take a few days to go away?
In this post I will tell you what surfers ear is, the key differences to swimmers ear, how they both come about, how to deal with both and as always some handy travel tips to prevent these annoying injuries from occurring in the first place, hopefully this helps, enjoy!
After growing up hearing (pun intended) about things like surfers ear, ear aches, ear infections or swimmers ear...it wasn't until I first had ear problems that I decided to delve a little deeper in order to figure out what was going on for me. Surfers Ear Key Points:- it is an extra bone growth (exostosis) in the ear canal usually caused by the repeated exposure to cold water and/or w...
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