Earwax is a substance that is produced in the ear. Medically this candle is called cerumen. It consists of a mixture of separate skin cells and fat secretions. It looks yellowish and waxy, and although it doesn't sound pleasant, is actually very important in maintaining healthy ear function. Although earwax may look rough, it is actually a very useful substance. It helps clean, lubricate, protect, and so on the ear. However, if wax builds up, it can cause problems such as pain, hearing loss, tinnitus, and hearing loss.
Even though our bodies are supposed to remove wax from our ear canals, sometimes they need a little help. Earwax removal, if done properly, is fairly simple and easy to do. This can be done naturally and effectively from the comfort of your own home. There are many ways to remove earwax from your ears, such as candling, a licensed earwax extraction kit you buy at your local pharmacy and many more. It's up to you which you want to use.
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There are several natural wax removal methods that we recommend to use and we'll describe two of them below.
Hot water bottle method.
In this method, the outer ear and head are warmed to warm and soften the wax. At this point, the wax can flow freely from the ear or a few drops of water can be used to remove the wax. The wax can then be wiped with a damp cloth. This method can be repeated until the desired results are seen.
A method with mineral oil.
Apply a few drops of warm mineral oil to the ear canal, lie down for 10 minutes and let the oil stay in your ear. The oil will soften and loosen the wax. Tilt your head and let the mineral oil drain from your ears. Then rinse the ears with warm water to rinse the wax.