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A man in China hospital after sniffing his own socks everyday

Everyone has their own strange, idiosyncratic habits that probably are not sensible to anyone else, but a Chinese person's tendency to personal daily shyness proved to be a serious danger to his health. The man in question, a 37-year-old named Peng in reports, had obviously developed a strange bride to sniff his worn dirty socks every day after he had stopped working. Okay, it may seem a bit unusual (and off-putting) to the rest of us, but to each one's own, right? Wrong. Peng's peculiar penchant for checking his own fog may have seemed to be a harmless habit for him, but it turned out to be the opposite. Peng, living in the city of Zhangzhou in China's Fujian province, was stopped in hospital with severe chest pain, feeling tight in the chest while breathing and also coughing. 720 man china sniff socks infection 1 ” width=”700″ style=”width: 100%;”/> (Pear Video) Doctor treated the patient for a suspected case of pneumonia but after the symptoms continued – without improvement of his condition – revealed further investigations by doctors that Peng had developed a severe fungal infection in his lungs. 19659003] It was only later when doctors re-interviewed Peng that they found out his daily socks-sniffing ritual and realized that his diagnosis of lung disease could have been caused by breathing fungal spores embedded in the dirt fibers in dirt y socks. According to local reports, Peng confirmed to physicians that he had become "dependent on smelling his socks as he…

Everyone has their own strange, idiosyncratic habits that probably are not sensible to anyone else, but a Chinese person’s tendency to personal daily shyness proved to be a serious danger to his health.

The man in question, a 37-year-old named Peng in reports, had obviously developed a strange bride to sniff his worn dirty socks every day after he had stopped working.

Okay, it may seem a bit unusual (and off-putting) to the rest of us, but to each one’s own, right? Wrong.

Peng’s peculiar penchant for checking his own fog may have seemed to be a harmless habit for him, but it turned out to be the opposite.

Peng, living in the city of Zhangzhou in China’s Fujian province, was stopped in hospital with severe chest pain, feeling tight in the chest while breathing and also coughing.

720 man china sniff socks infection 1 ” width=”700″ style=”width: 100%;”/> (Pear Video)

Doctor treated the patient for a suspected case of pneumonia but after the symptoms continued – without improvement of his condition – revealed further investigations by doctors that Peng had developed a severe fungal infection in his lungs. 19659003] It was only later when doctors re-interviewed Peng that they found out his daily socks-sniffing ritual and realized that his diagnosis of lung disease could have been caused by breathing fungal spores embedded in the dirt fibers in dirt y socks.

According to local reports, Peng confirmed to physicians that he had become “dependent on smelling his socks as he was wearing” and while it is difficult to prove his strange habit where the concrete source of his breast infection was, the doctor drew It was the most reasonable explanation – aggravated by a lack of sleep that could have jeopardized his immunity.

“The infection can also be attributed to the patient’s lack of rest at home as he had [been] to take care of his child, leading to a weaker immune system,” one of his doctor, Mai Zhuanying from Zhangzhou 909 Hospital, declared Pear Video.

When the infection was diagnosed, Peng was hospitalized and treated for the condition. Fortunately, sugar is expected to make a full recovery.

We can only hope that experience helps him rethink his strange habit – and maybe others may also take time to rethink any life choices.

After media reports about the infection went viral on the Chinese social site Weibo realized that Peng is not the only one with a perverse predisposition to snuff’s sniffing.

“Oh no! Maybe I should stop sneaking my socks after wearing them for a whole day!” A user commented.

It sounds like a good idea.

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