Struggling to hear? It could be due to a build-up of a natural wax called Cerumen (or more commonly called- earwax). Earwax is a natural lubricant and possess anti-bacterial properties.
An earwax build-up is likely to be caused by the wax being pushed into the ear canal during cleaning with cotton buds. Although recognised by loss of hearing, there are other symptoms, which include itching, ringing and sometimes pain.
Ear syringing involves using a flow of low-pressure water via a specialised ear irrigator to harmlessly remove the earwax blockage. Simply book in online first to consult with your GP to ascertain whether ear syringing is appropriate for you.