How To Deal With Hardened Earwax?
Hello … I have a 3-year-old child and there is dirt in my ears. I think ah it’s still deep to be cleaned for a long time, how come it doesn’t come out, it turns out that it has hardened and covered the ear hole … how to deal with it … Oh yeah 1 heel aches when I wake up and walk and sometimes it feels good whether it can be a cause.
Thank you for the question.
Earwax (cervix) is actually normal produced by cells in the ear wall to maintain ear moisture as well as to trap foreign particles so that they do not enter deeper ear structures. However, in some cases, this earwax can also be produced excessively, until it eventually hardens, prevents hearing, also risks triggering inflammation in the ear. Usually, this condition arises due to the habit of digging the ears excessively, anatomical variations of certain ear canals that make ear wax difficult to get out, allergies or respiratory tract infections that are not handled properly, the entry of foreign objects into the ear, the condition of moist ears, or a lot another possible trigger.
This condition should be checked directly to a doctor or ENT doctor so that it is treated further. Handling of ear plugging with earwax can be done in a number of ways, for example by administering drugs or cerumen diluent fluids, extracting with special tools or vacuuming, or possibly other therapeutic modalities.
Being overweight can be a trigger that facilitates the emergence of various diseases, including muscle cramps, osteoarthritis, etc. that can make your heels feel throbbing, as you often experience. Not only that, heel pain can also occur due to other factors, such as plantar fasciitis, peripheral neuropathy, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, peripheral arterial disease, deep vein thrombosis, clavus, viral or bacterial infections, metabolic disorders, psychological disorders, bursitis, tendonitis , etc. Treatment for this condition can differ depending on the cause and severity.
As a first step, you can do it first:
Maintain your ideal body weight (body mass index ranges from 18.5 to 22.9)
Warm compresses on your sore heels
Do not carelessly massage the painful heel
Regularly exercise every day
Always use pants and comfortable footwear when on the move (avoid high heels and tights)
Eat more food rich in vitamin B complex
Do not smoke
Drink more water, stay away from alcohol
If the steps above have not been able to resolve your complaint, it is advisable to consult a doctor or neurologist further.
I hope this helps.