Almost all people clean their ears using the cotton buds, but this is bad because it can lead to inflammation or obstruction.
Moreover, people frequently use other methods that can sometimes be inefficient and dangerous. According to Dr. David Gill, an American pediatrician, we should not remove the wax from the ears forcibly, but we should use more efficient methods instead with ingredients we probably already have in our homes.
If the buildup of earwax is larger, it is important that you first soften it with some oil. Soak a piece of cotton in some oil and then gently place it in the ear, without pushing.
Start shaking your head so that the earwax starts moving towards the outer canal, just like when you try to remove the water from your ear after swimming. After two to three minutes, put a few drops of oil in your ear. If this method does not work for you, you should mix equal amounts of vinegar and medicinal alcohol and then wash your ears with this mixture. To this end, you should use a syringe from the pharmacy.
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