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What should I do if I have a stuffy feeling after a cold?

In our lives, we will definitely encounter a cold, but sometimes we will feel the ear sullen and the clogging feeling when we have a cold. It is very uncomfortable. What is going on?

In fact, it is a normal phenomenon that the ear suffocation is blocked after a cold. The reason is that the eustachian tube is blocked. There is a hollow tube between our ear and the nasopharynx. This tube is called the Eustachian tube. When you have a cold, the throat is inflamed and congested, and the eustachian tube is stimulated, causing the presence of fluid in it, and then you have this feeling.

Under normal circumstances, after the end of the cold and the inflammation subsides, this feeling will naturally be eliminated. If we feel uncomfortable during the cold, how can we alleviate it?

The first method: we can use the palm of the hand to press on the ear and then do a loose and a pressure to ease, remember to lightly press, do not use too much force.

The second method: you can take a deep breath, then hold it, then pinch your nose, then you will hear a “squeaky” sound in your ear.

The third method: eating chewing gum, yawning or chewing, is to help open our eustachian tube and relieve ear nausea.

The fourth method: use the index finger or thumb to plug the ears on both sides, and then repeat the swallowing action. If you do it several times, it will naturally have an effect.

Eustachian tube blockage

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