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FAQ's For Clogged Ear

Try swallowing, yawning or chewing sugar-free gum to clear the eustachian tube. If this clogged ear remedy doesn’t work, try pinching the nose and gently blowing out of the nostrils until a pop sound is heard. This is called the Valsalva manoeuvre, and it will alleviate pressure and provide clogged ear relief.

If pressure changes are responsible for the ear clog, then it will go away as soon as pressure is equalized. However if other factors like earwax, cold and flu are resposible, measures must be taken to remedy these specific factors.

The ears can feel full due to a blockage in the eustachian tube. This is caused by pressure changes, cold, flu, earwax, or a benign growth called acoustic neuroma.

One can use medicine for clogged ears in the form of: Nasal decongestants
OTC cold medications
Ear drops to help flush wax from the ears
Topical nasal steroids
Steam therapy for the ears
Ventilation tubes for more severe cases

Mild ear infections and blockages usually clear up within 1-2 weeks.

Clogged ear or blocked ear is caused by the obstruction of the eustachian tube, which runs from the middle ear to the back of the nose. Patients say the ear feels clogged and muffled, causing pressure or fullness.

There are many ways in which the ear can get clogged. Some common causes are as follows:
• Eustachian tube blockage- Due to cold, flu, allergies, or sinusitus, phlegm can get trapped in the eustachian tube instead of flowing down the throat. This can cause a runny nose, sore throat, sneezing and coughing and result in an infection. Swimmer’s ear can also trigger infection, as water can get trapped in the eustachian tube, encouraging the growth of fungus and bacteria.
• Higher altitudes- Temporary blocked ear can happen due to sudden changes in pressure like while climbing a mountain, scuba diving or flying in an airplane.
• Earwax- While earwax is normally soft, it can harden and cause blockage in the ear. Symptoms include earache, dizziness and ringing in the ears.
• Acoustic neuroma- It is a benign growth that develops on the cranial nerve. These types of tumors are usually slow-growing and small in nature. However, as they become larger, they can put pressure on the inner ear nerves, resulting in a clogged ear, hearing loss, and a ringing in the ear.

If the ear feels clogged, there are simple remedies to fix the issue. Try swallowing, yawning or chewing sugar-free gum to clear the eustachian tube. If this clogged ear remedy doesn’t work, try pinching the nose and gently blowing out of the nostrils until a pop sound is heard. This is called the Valsalva manoeuvre, and it will alleviate pressure and provide clogged ear relief.

If these remedies do not work, one can use medicine for clogged ears in the form of:
Nasal decongestants
OTC cold medications
Ear drops to help flush wax from the ears
Topical nasal steroids
Steam therapy for the ears
Ventilation tubes for more severe cases

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