Earworx News

How Do You Keep Your Ears Clean Properly

This is a bit of a trick question, as your ears actually clean themselves. Ear wax isn’t dirty, it is a naturally occurring substance that protects your delicate ear canals and eardrums by keeping dust, dirt and other debris out and helping to prevent infection. In a healthy ear, this wax is carried out in

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Should I Worry About A Blocked Ear?

Whilst often not painful, a blocked ear may be better described as very annoying! It can affect every aspect of your life from hearing love ones at home to talking on the phone at work. Your voice echoes inside your head and your head feels numb, you feel unbalanced, and no matter how hard you

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Impacted Ear Wax

Impacted earwax is where wax accumulates in the ear canal to the point where it causes symptoms, prevents needed assessment of the ear, or both. Whilst often not an issue, blockage of the ear related to wax build up can lead to a host of unwanted symptoms. What is Earwax? Earwax is a naturally occurring

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Earworx Opens New Clinic in Bondi Junction, Sydney

The Earworx team is excited to announce the opening of a brand new clinic in Bondi Junction on Monday the 8th October 2018, conveniently located just 20 minutes from Sydney’s CBD and just two minutes from the Bondi Junction train and bus terminal. The new clinic will be run by the highly experienced and talented

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Why Are You Waking Up With Blocked Ears in the Morning or At Night?

Having blocked ears is incredibly uncomfortable. Some common complaints relating to blocked ears include: difficulty hearing at home or at work; hearing your own voice in your head; feeling off balance and suffering a worsening of ringing in the ears. These are just some of the symptoms that can be experienced. So what can you

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How To Remove Ear Wax Blockage

Ear wax blockages are common in both children (1 in 10) and adults (1 in 20) and can normally be detected by symptoms related to wax build-up such as hearing loss and a feeling of blockage. Most of the time the ear does a great job of cleaning itself. Ear wax is formed in the

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New Earworx Clinics Are Now Open In Launceston

The Earworx team is excited to announce the opening of two new clinics in the North and North-West of Tasmania: one in Launceston and another in Ulverstone. Both new Earworx clinics will be run by the lovely and very talented Dani Donegan who brings a wealth of experience to the clinics, particularly with her extensive

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What Causes Excessive Earwax?

The production of earwax is an essential function of a healthy ear and is one of the ways the body protects all the delicate mechanisms that allow us to hear. Ear wax traps unwanted particles and stops them moving into the ear canal and also contains properties that help to prevent ear infections. How Is

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