Ear, Nose, and Throat
Precious sense organs, but also important communication routes through which our body opens to the outside world to receive life, air, sensations and stimuli.
But through these channels impurities such as viruses, bacteria, pollen, dust, noise and environmental pollution are creeping into our bodies and are responsible for ear, nose, and throat ailments.
The number of respiratory disorders is progressively increasing, primarily due to the worsening the worsening environmental conditions caused by smog, polluting agents, active and passive smoking.
Different “diseases” are now affecting the young and the not so young without distinction.