How do you use hydrogen peroxide to clean your ears?

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An bulb dropper looks like a smaller version of a turkey baster. It is an excellent tool for cleaning your ears with hydrogen peroxide. Tilt you head to the side, gently squeeze a small amount in, wait for the gurgling sound to stop, and rinse.
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If you're experiencing any pain or ringing in the ears, a buildup of earwax - or cerumen - in the ear canal is likely the culprit. While most people try to eliminate buildup with
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The chemical formula for hydrogen peroxide is H2O2. When it decomposes, it separates into water and oxygen gas. The reaction takes this form: 2 H2O2 -------> 2H2O + O2 The release
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You may well experience dizziness because of using the solution. However, generally speaking, room temperature is the one to aim for.
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For ear infections, you may also use 3% hydrogen peroxide and
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