How do allergies affect ears?

May 2, 2022
Unfortunately, winter allergies cause the Eustachian tubes to enlarge, preventing them from opening properly.This is because the membrane lining the Eustachian tube can become enlarged and irritated, resulting in an imbalance in ear pressure.As a result of severe allergic reaction, fluid builds up in the ear, resulting in a clogged ear.The Eustachian tubes become clogged as a result of the excess fluid and wax, resulting in a sense of fullness and pressure in the ears, which can impair hearing.Stimulate your ability to fight viral infections with Salt Therapy for Allergies at SaltWorld.