How to Remove Water From Your Ear


By Dr. Mercola Have you ever been swimming (or even in the bathtub), tilted your head the wrong way and gotten that uncomfortable sensation of water entering your ear canal? Often the water will drain out on its own, but if it doesn’t, it can get trapped and lead to a condition known as swimmer’s ear, aka otitis externa. The sensation is uncomfortable at first — a slightly tickling, eye-watering twinge anywhere from your ear to your jawline and throat, and sound might be muffled. But water isn’t the only thing that can exacerbate this problem. Trying to fix the problem in the wrong way using all kinds of instruments to help open up the tubes and perhaps get wax out of the way can make the problem worse or even introduce bacteria that can cause infection. You should not use cotton swabs, pens, bobby pins, crochet needles or even your fingers for this purpose. The trouble is, any of these instruments can cause damage to your ear canal’s delicate lining. Don’t do it! At the very least,
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2017/02/18/remove-water-from-ear.aspx

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