It is widely accepted that our ears require as deep and frequent cleaning as possible. It turns out that nothing could be further from the truth! You should clean only the outer (visible) part of the ear cavity, and only with the help of a damp cotton ball.
And another important thing: you should not clean more deeply than you would with a finger!
Today we present a series of photos that will help you visualize the harmful effects of cleaning your ears with cotton swabs, as well as a remedy from years past to help your ears; look for it at the end of the article.
Garlic has antimicrobial properties due to the allicin it contains. For this reason, it was widely used to treat ear infections and a variety of other infections as well. Just put a small piece of garlic on a string and take it out when it is no longer comfortable.
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