As a child, he was a very clumsy child and mostly slept on his side. In the end, it turned out that my ears became wrinkled. So to speak, a custom exclusive, hehe with:
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In childhood, although not early, there was a habit of bending the tip of the nose up from time to time. The shape of the nose was not affected, of course, but a trace of the fold remained, albeit not very noticeable, s
If you bend the ear (or just unsuccessfully put) a newly born individual, the locator can turn out to be Cheburash. Thank you, anon midwife from the Tula region.
He was engaged in martial arts for 4 years. Because I am right-handed, stood to the opponent with my left shoulder forward, respectively, flew more often on the left side of my face. Now the tip of my nose bends slightly to the right, although it hasn't broken anything.
Yes, you can, but you need not just bend, but bend it until the cartilage breaks. Then it will grow together, but it will be different in shape. But there is a nuance here, it can begin to scar and these scars may have an even less pleasant shape than your nose / ear would have. Therefore, you should not try to fix what nature has come up with at home, it is better to trust a professional.
Purely theoretically, from a medical point of view: since ears and nose grow until the end of life, unlike bones, I can assume that with long-term and constant pressing of the nose or ears, these organs may well be deformed.
After falling off the swing, I rode my face on the ground for some distance, drove a little sideways, combed my cheek and wrapped my ear. It didn't break, but now it sticks out a little more than the second one. I was 5-6 years old.
In the family home, the nurses taught to regularly change the position of the child so that the head is straight and watch the ears so that they do not curl up. I think that makes sense.
The conclusion is simple, if you start deformation in childhood - it will work. But I'm not sure about the nose)
I won't say for sure about the noses and ears, but if you comb your kids' eyebrows and hair in a certain way, they will just as neatly and will grow in the future.
A little off topic, but still: As a child, while watching TV with my brother, they discovered such a thing that if for a long time (I don’t remember how long, but for a long time) pull the earlobe down, as if stretching it down, it can take on amazing dimensions, but not for a long period of time.
As a child, I was often pulled by the ears and quite hard. Now I go lop-eared. Not so much, but you can pay attention.
I finished it.
In the garden, when there was a dream. hour, I kept bending my ear. Now that I am 19 years old, my ear is exactly like that of an elf, or a goblin.
It depends on the age. If you have already formed, then at least 10 years walk with a pressed nose. Nothing will change, but if the baby does this, then it is quite possible. For example, a geisha wore wooden shoes without removing them, so that the leg was small and as a result the leg was deformed and looked very scary. Also, one of the peoples of Burma believed that the longer the neck, the more beautiful a woman. Women there have worn rings around their necks since childhood to lengthen them, adding new rings each time. There was even a punishment for women, these rings were removed for them and they died from a broken neck. And all this I mean is that it is better not to do these alignments of the noses and ears, everything is fine with you. And then your cartilages will form differently and then it will be more difficult to breathe, there are all sorts of curvature of the septum.
As a child, an old friend of mine always slept on one side, with his ear tucked in, since then one ear has been less pressed to his head and protrudes. So yes, I think the ears can deform, I don't know about the nose.
My mother told me that as a child, every day at night for quite some time she would bandage her nose with gauze to press it down. Many years passed, and the nasal cartilage did not give in and the nose remained snub-nosed.
6-7 years ago, I began to crush a penny of my nose down with the thought "what if it goes down." Over the years, this act has taken on the form of a habit, so I still do this. The nose has not changed a bit)