Earwax, that yellowish-brown goo, might inspire an “Ick!” or two, but managing it the right way can make a difference in your hearing health. Here's a primer on why you have earwax and what to do about it. Why is earwax in your ear? Earwax, or “cerumen,” results from secretions by the ceruminous glands in the outer ear canal. The
For years sleep specialists have warned that it’s a bad idea to fall asleep with the TV on. So people started to fall asleep listening to their favorite podcast or music. Some even stream TV onto their phone or tablet. Audiologists want you to know this is a bad idea. Earbuds can deliver noise at damaging levels while you sleep.
If you’re still using a cotton swab to clean your ears , now is the time to stop! There are many recent news stories outlining the dangers of inserting cotton swabs into the ear canal, among them irritation, infection, even a perforated eardrum. So how do you clean your ears safely at home? Here are some do-it-yourself cleaning tips. Warm