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The Signs and Symptoms of Ear Wax Build-Up

January, 01 21st, 2016

Wondering if your ears are filled with wax? Signs that you may have impacted wax are: a clogged feeling in the ears, dizziness, a feeling of pressure, itching, and the feeling that water is trapped in your ear.

All of these symptoms can leave you feeling miserable. To relieve these symptoms, you need to clean your ears. But, DON’T use cotton swabs or ear pics in your ears! Don’t use ear candles [these are shown to be hoaxes] and don’t use a water pic [the pressure from a water pic…
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What’s In YOUR Ears?

January, 01 21st, 2016

Think your ears are clean? Think again!

Millions of North Americans are walking around every day with some degree of ear wax impaction. Each year, eight million individuals end up at the doctor’s office when impacted ear wax makes them so miserable they can’t take it anymore.

So how can YOU keep your ears clean and avoid a costly visit to the doctor? DON’T use cotton swabs or ear pics in your ears! Don’t use ear candles [these are shown to be hoaxes] and don’t use a water pic [the…
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The Number One Killer of Helpless Hearing Aids!

January, 01 21st, 2016

Who knows what evil lurks in the heart of ears? Your Hearing Aid does! And that evil’s name is Ear Wax!

Ear Wax is the number one cause of hearing aid failure, and hearing aids aren’t cheap! So if you wear a hearing aid, you’ll want to keep your ears clean to extend the life of your hearing aid.

How can you keep your ears clean at home and protect your helpless hearing aid? DON’T use cotton swabs or ear pics in your ears! Don’t use ear candles [these are…
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Ear Bud = Ear Crud!

January, 01 21st, 2016

Love to listen to music? Got a partner who snores like a drunken lumberjack?

Whatever your reason for placing ear buds or ear plugs in your ears, these items can cause major wax build up in your ears!

But you don’t have to stop listening to your favorite music or lay awake at night listening to your partner snore. Wash your ears once a month to prevent wax impaction or to remove already impacted wax.

DON’T use cotton swabs or ear pics in your ears! Don’t use ear candles [these…
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Clear To Hear!

January, 01 21st, 2016

Have you heard the latest gossip?  No? Well, maybe that’s because your ears are full of wax! Ear wax build-up is a major cause of temporary hearing loss. When wax fill the ears, sound waves can’t get in, and you miss out on all the juicy details from the lives of your favorite celebrities.

How can you know if you have impacted wax? Well, if you’ve noticed yourself turning up the TV or radio volume, or if you find yourself asking people to repeat themselves to you, your ears might…
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The Myth of Ear Candling

November, 11 18th, 2015

Ear Candling (sometimes called ear coning or thermal-auricular therapy) is an alternative medicine practice where one end of a hollow candle is placed in the ear canal and the other end is lit. As the candle burns down, the draft created by the fire supposedly draws out impurities in the ear. Practitioners of ear candling often point to the ashes left after the candle is extinguished as proof that impurities were extracted from the ear. 

Research has shown, however, that ear candling is not only ineffective, but also dangerous. The ash…
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