Homeopathy for Swimmers ear and ear pain
If you have ever suffered from ear pain, you probably know how unbearable it can be.
One of my children used to suffer from middle ear infections and the other one from swimmers ear, otherwise known as otitis externa. I remember how difficult it was to see my younger daughter in pain and I was so glad to have remedies at hand for the pain as well as the infection.
I have treated many ear infections over the years chronic as well as acute and remedies for pain relief are always at the top of my list.
Outer ear infections are located on the ear canal from the outside of the eardrum to the opening of the ear. They tend to happen from injury to the ear canal from scratching with the fingernails or a foreign object. This can also happen when water gets stuck in that the ear canal and that warm and dark environment is the ideal for bacterial growth.
Symptoms may include redness, pain and inflammation.
On the other side, middle ear infections tend to develop with upper respiratory illnesses such as the cold or flu when the germs travel through the connected canals ear-throat-mouth and infect the Eustachian tubes. The tubes become clogged with fluid producing a sense of fullness in the ear and there may be loss of hearing.
Symptoms of a middle ear infection include:
HOW TO TACKE SWIMMERS EAR-AND OUTER EAR INFECTIONS- WITH HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES
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