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Unclogging Ears: Get Help Unclogging Your Ears Now!

Updated on March 24, 2010

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What Causes Clogged Ears?

What a pain, having clogged ears can be so annoying. Sometimes they can stayed clogged up for days! Before we talk about unclogging ears lets talk about what causes clogged ears.

Some of the main causes of plugged ears:

  • Colds
  • Allergies
  • An ear infection
  • Atmospheric changes (changing elevations)
  • Packed earwax blockage
  • Water in the ears from diving

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Who Usually Needs Help Unclogging Ears?

If you swim a lot chances are you have dealt with clogged up ears before! Water getting into your ear can cause a lot of problems including blockages and infections. You should be diligent trying to shake as much of the water out of your ears as possible! Unfortunately, no matter how diligent you are, you're probably going to need a clogged ear treatment.

Frequent flyers will definitely be used to the ear pop from the constant changes in elevation. Blockages from air imbalances can be really pesky and painful. This type of blockage will have you frantically searching for a method to unclog your ears!

You will also need help unclogging ears if you are sick regularly. Swollen membranes in and around the eustachian tubes will make you feel like there is an enormous pressure in your ears! Plugged up sinuses will also help add to the pressure!

So, what can be done about annoying plugged ears?

Unclogging Ears - Get Some Relief Now!

Here are a few methods to get started unclogging ears right now:

  • The most simple method is to swallow air, this helps open you sinuses up and starts unclogging ears. This method will work for colds and allergies, but it's only a temporary solution. Be careful not to force too much when performing this method, you can damage your ear drums!
  • A big yawn will help force air through your sinuses and your ears, allowing some relief from clogged ears! It's a decent alternative if swallowing air doesn't work.
  • Laying with your ear against a heating pad will help get rid of water in your ear. It can also relieve some of the annoying pain associated with clogged ear aches!
  • A steam room will really do a number unclogging ears. If you don't have access to one get a hot shower going and close the bathroom door, once it's steamy get in and inhale the steam. Getting this warm, moist air into your sinuses and ears will help loosen up a physical blockage.
  • A drop of olive oil into each ear will help soften any physical blockage and allow for easier wax build up removal.   Grab a helper to give this one a try, it makes it a lot easier!


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