Personal Care Tips

Two ear wax removal “remedies” to avoid

All ear wax removal hacks are not created equal. Dr. Nguyen-Huynh recommends steering clear of:

  1. “Cotton swabs: A manufacturer’s warning on the package says it all: Do not insert swab into ear canal.Dr. Nguyen-Huynh explains: “A cotton swab acts like a ramrod in an old-style cannon. The tip pushes the ear wax in deeper, so the more you use it, the more ear wax you push in. Plus, you may rupture your eardrum if you push too far. Or if you scratch your ear canal, it can get infected because now dirt and bacteria can penetrate under your skin.”
  2. Ear wax removal candles: Dr. Nguyen-Huynh says you should doubly stay away from this method: These candles don’t work, AND they may burn you”.Small amount of Ear wax in the ears protects ears from things that could hurt the eardrum, such as dust, hair or small insects.” (How’s that for a visual?)
    But like most things in life, it’s all about balance — too much wax can block your ears and cause temporary hearing loss or infections. people may need cleaning ears once or twice a week if they produce too much wax that jams up their ears.

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