Remedies, treatments and care for Earache


There are many possible causes for an earache. Cavities, sinus infections, earwax, tonsillitis, and teeth grinding are all relatively common causes. The most common ear infection is acute otitis media (AOM), or a middle ear infection. It?s characterized by swollen and infected portions of the middle ear. The pain associated with AOM is caused by fluid becoming trapped behind the eardrum. Symptoms may include a fever, pain inside the ear, slight hearing loss, and feeling sick in general. Not all earaches are caused by infections. If your ear hurts when you chew, it could be caused by something in your jaw. Swimming, bathing, allergies or even cleaning your ear with Q-tips can lead to discomfort, bacterial growth and infection in the ear. Earaches can also be triggered cold, wind, differences in presser, or by hair and other objects that get stuck in the ear.


Rub tea tree oil  Popularity: 397  Effectiveness: 2.3  
Instill peppermint oil  Popularity: 357  Effectiveness: 2.3  
Apply warm compress  Popularity: 324  Effectiveness: 4.8  
Instill ginger juice  Popularity: 309  Effectiveness: 2.6  
Apply moist heat  Popularity: 280  Effectiveness: 0.5  
Apply asafoetida oil  Popularity: 273  Effectiveness: 1.3  
Instill garlic oil  Popularity: 256  Effectiveness: 4.1  
Instill olive or mustard oil  Popularity: 230  Effectiveness: 3.3  
Instill basil juice  Popularity: 214  Effectiveness: 2.1  
Instill onion juice  Popularity: 179  Effectiveness: 3.1  
Instill neem oil  Popularity: 168  Effectiveness: 1.6  
Instill bishop's weed oil  Popularity: 161  Effectiveness: 1.1  

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