Colds and Allergies

The ears, nose and throat are closely connected.
Find out how the EarPopper can help these issues.

When we have allergies or a cold the close connection between the ears, nose and throat can mean the ear canal becomes blocked.
A blocked ear canal causes fluid to build up in the middle ear and air cannot pass through the Eustachian Tube, making the ear feel full and uncomfortable.  

 

Symptoms of a blocked Eustachian Tube:

  • Difficulty hearing
  • Pain in the ears
  • Feeling of fullness in the ear

 

How the Ear Popper can help?

The EarPopper is designed to relieve the fullness in the ear by helping the ears to pop in conditions where the Eustachian Tube becomes blocked. The burst of air that comes from the EarPopper gives you a helping hand to pop your ears at times when it can be difficult. For more information on how the EarPopper can help you please visit our other pages. 

 

NOTE:

Each EarPopper includes an instruction leaflet, this should be referenced before use.

​Do not use the EarPopper in the presence of severe ear infection, upper respiratory infection, heavy nasal congestion or a perforated eardrum.

Consult your healthcare professional before beginning treatment.

How can we help you?

Fluid in the Ear

Diving & Swimming

Flying

N

Relief with just 1 swallow

N

Clinically Supported

N

Suitable for Children 4+

“Great device which does the job perfectly; totally fixed my problem of blocked/painful ears when I’m flying.”

Martinova Maria

Patient