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Hearing X3

by Ssregina Regina (2019-04-11)

Swallowing: Yes, it really can be this easy; thousands Hearing X3 Review of gum-chewing flight attendants can't be wrong! Just as when we yawn or open our jaws really wide, swallowing can cause our Eustachian tubes to open and allow our ears to equalize. Swallowing should be your first conscious method at equalizing your ears. You may find that bringing a bottle of water, some candy, or gum will help with the process. What you choose doesn't really matter; what matters most is the proactive approach.Note for New Mothers: Your baby is a little person, and swallowing works just as good for them as it does for us. This is the best method to help your newborn equalize pressure in their ears. Once again, plan ahead. Don't wait for a crying baby before you begin to feed them, begin as soon as or just before the pressure change begins to occur. Also, when a baby cries really loud, they generally open their jaw wide enough in order to open the Eustachian tube. Just another way nature was looking out for us.Rotating of the Head: Not really a stand-alone technique; however, a method used to enhance any of the other three techniques. This method can be used to assist one ear that is having difficulty or for both ears just done in succession from side to side. To apply the technique, simply rotate your head towards the opposite shoulder of the ear you wish to equalize. Next, do whatever other technique you are most comfortable with while your head is in the rotated position. To reiterate, if it were your left ear that you were assisting with equalization, then you would rotate your head so that your chin was over your right shoulder. This technique should be utilized prior to attempting the Valsalva maneuver.