How to Unclog Ears after Swimming?


One way to unclog your ears after swimming is to hold your nose and blow out. Sometimes it is as easy as tilting your head. If you have problems with water in your ears, you may not want to swim too much. 
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Bring along a few cotton swabs, or use earplugs.
A 50:50 mixture of alcohol and white vinegar used as eardrops will evaporate
1. Activate the muscle that opens the eustachian tube by constantly swallowing or yawning. Chew gum or suck on mints to produce saliva making it easier to swallow. For babies, feed
Not Medical Advice: The quickest remedy is two-three drops of a solution of 1/2 water 1/2 vinegar.
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