If you’ve experienced slight hearing loss or discomfort it could well be down to a build-up of ear wax and although heading to your GP may feel like the best way to get it sorted, it may be better to visit your nearest Bayfields Audiologist. Read on to find out why!
Ear wax, if you weren’t sure, is actually a good thing: it protects your ear canal and eardrum, keeping them moist and trapping dirt and germs. However, there are a number of common instances where ear wax can become built-up, causing discomfort and affecting the quality of your hearing.
Here’s an overview of when this commonly happens, what the signs are, and the best ways to remedy it.