How can you keep your ears from getting clogged?
Yes, you can keep your ears from being clogged.
If you mean from getting popped when having a cold, then no; Besides the treatment of medicine.
But if you mean from getting clogged from water then yes.
2.Yawning sometimes prevents it from happenning when on a airplane
3.Chewing Gum also avoids your Ears from being "CLOGGED" or "POPPED" when also on a airplane.
You have had a cold and clogged ears for over a month now you went to your doctor he gave you antibiotics but you still have a cough and clogged ears what do you do?
For clogged ears, sweet oil always works and castrol oil for the cold, something a little old school. Read More
If you just went swimming or something and it is a few days after you went swimming then it is a lot of water in your ears so that is why your ears are still clogged. Read More
Yes, clogged ears can cause dizziness. When there is fluid trapped inside the ear, the increased pressure can cause dizziness and possibly vertigo. Read More
For clogged ears on the inside of the ear drum, try using a neti pot with a nasal spray like the Earadicator.com remedy suggests. Read More
I dont know talking to much your ears get clogged because as you go on a mountian, or somewhere up high, the air pressure gets so hard, it will clog your ears. the higher you are up, the more dense the air pressure gets because on the atmosphere. Read More
Because you have sinus cavities that tunnel to your ears. If those are clogged you can easily develop an ear infection. Read More
What is the chance of your ear getting infected when you change the stud the day after you get your ears pierced?
low if you keep clean. Read More
swimmers waer earplugs to keep from water getting inside their ears. Read More
No a horses ears unlike a humans ears do not keep growing with age. Read More
They have thick ears for when they are swimming in the water to keep the insides dry and to keep there ears warm. Read More
Probably the best thing to do is to be patient and let the water clear on its own. Another way is to lay down with the clogged ear on the pillow, or let your ear rest on your palm. Let it warm, and the water will drain out. Read More
why do rabbits keep their big sound collecting ears Read More
It is not just men's ears that keep growing, everyone's ears and noses continue to grow. This is caused by the fundamental forces of gravity. Read More
Desert foxes have big ears to stop them from getting hot, whereas arctic foxes have small ears to stop them from getting cold. Read More
it flaps it's big ears back and forth to keep cool Read More
Jackrabbits keep its body cool by flapping their ears back and forth fastly. Read More
You get nauseas often and your ears keep blocking and getting water in them Could your ears be causing the nausea?
no, getting sick or the felling to throw up comes from the stoomach. You uslually thow up when you have to much food in your stomach. Or when your sick, it's harder to diegest the food so it goes out your mouch than butt. Read More
To avoid getting fat and getting clogged arteries. Read More
my pharmacist told me it can effect your hearing, cause plugged/clogged ears or hearing loss. Read More
The engine may not be getting the fuel it needs to keep running. If you know there is sufficient fresh fuel in the tank, look for a clogged fuel filter. Read More
Yes, a clogged fuel filter can keep your car from starting. It can also ruin your starter as you crank that starter over and over trying to start the vehicle. Read More
they ears are used to listen for predators but also to act as a radiator to keep cool with its ears Read More
your ears are cold because your ears are made of cartilage and not much blood are getting to them. Read More
fuel filter clogged fuel pump weak fuel line clogged Read More
when meerkats dig they can shut their ears to keep dirt out of them Read More
They could get clogged and then you couldn't breathe. Read More
A crocodile ears and nose have things to prevent water from getting inside of its body. Read More
Clogged ears are not a sign of aneurysm. They are a common problem often caused by upper respiratory infections or allergies. See your health care provider for accurate diagnosis. Read More
A clogged lubrication passage would cause a failure of whatever component is not getting the fluid. Read More
Heat is lost to environment from ears . Read More
an elephant uses its ears to keep cool by flapping them around its head therefor keeping it cool Read More
The time in which an individual's ears could feel clogged after being on an airplane in conjunction with having a sinus infection can vary depending upon the severity of the sinus infection as well as the altitude and duration of the flight. If the ears do not feel like they have 'popped' with 2-3 days, one should go to see their primary care physician as an antibiotic may be needed to treat the sinus infection… Read More
Most places that offer piercings will either sell or give you a special cleaning solution you can use for this purpose. Follow the directions given. Read More
it sounds like its clogged. Read More
they lose most amount of heat through an exposed object which is the enormous ears. and so they use their ears to release their heat from the body to keep them cool and to prevent overheating Read More
Their ears keep them cool by circulating the blood and and releasing the heat from their bloodstream into the cold air (similar to a refridgerator). Read More
A hat or ear muffs can keep your ears warm.a cup of hot beverage or simple rub them to genarate heat and cover them with your hands Read More
They have floppy ears because for warmth and keep flies away. Read More
Elephants have large ears to help keep cool since they don't sweat. Read More
Jackrabbits open up their ears so the heat from their bloodstream escape from their ears. Read More
No,because you need the little holes from getting your ears pierced for the earring to go through. Read More