Earwax Might Be a Bigger Health Issue Than You Think
Did you know that an excessive amount of ear wax can cause hearing loss or ringing in your ears?
Earwax—which is not really wax at all, but a substance called cerumen that binds with dirt, dust, and debris—is normally produced by the body as a way to clean and protect the ears. The wax when left for a long time can build up to the point where it can completely block the ear canal reduce hearing.
You should never attempt to dig out earwax buildup yourself. This can cause major damage to your ear and lead to infection or hearing loss
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