- Clean gently
To take care of your ears, clean them gently with Q-tips, and never push the cotton swabs into the inner ear. Always clean very gently, and have any excess earwax removed by a doctor, not an "ear candling" expert or someone "New Age" like that. It's really important to understand that putting a lot of stuff in your ears is a very bad idea. The nerves in the inner ear are very sensitive to damage, and the ear can also get infected quite easily. Children must also be taught to protect their ears properly, and not to poke their fingers in their ears.
- More tips
Protecting your ears from noise is very important in our loud, loud world; nerve damage caused by guitars at rock concerts, race track car engines, and other environmental noise can lead to hearing loss and complete deafness. At loud events, wear earplugs - they'll protect your ears, and, if you have normal hearing, you'll still be able to enjoy the speeches and sounds of music - they'll just be muffled a little bit. Another tip is to avoid getting a lot of water in your ears when you're swimming - after all, some water is polluted with pathogenic bacteria or dosed with chemicals, such as chlorine, that may have an impact on the health of the inner ear.
Getting audio-grams and having your ear health checked yearly by a medical doctor can be a great way to take care of your sense organs. Getting the right medicine for ear infections can also help a lot. Children should see doctors right away if their ears hurt.