How to remove ear plugs ear plugs are the most common reason for patients to contact an otolaryngologist. At the same time, traffic jams are equally common in children and adults. Ear plugs are formed when the auditory passage is blocked by products of the secretion of sulfur glands.
Ear plugs consist of earwax, as well as secretions from glands, cholesterol compounds, and a small amount of epithelial layer in the ear canal. It should be noted that a healthy body is able to remove excess sulfur itself in time, for example, while speaking or chewing. Continue reading