When the ear does not produce enough earwax, a person may not be able to hear out of that particular ear, according to Healthline. Earwax filters dust, keeps the ears clean and helps to protect the ears from infection, states WebMD.
Although hearing loss is the main effect of not producing enough earwax, other symptoms may occur, explains Healthline. Three other symptoms resulting from not producing enough earwax are earaches; a feeling of fullness in the ear; and ringing, buzzing or other noises in the ear.
Vertigo is another possible condition resulting from an earwax blockage. Vertigo may cause a person to feel as if he or his surroundings is moving when there is actually no movement taking place, according to WebMD. Vertigo can cause someone to lose balance, feel nauseated or have trouble standing.
Earwax blockages may be alleviated through home remedies or with the help of a doctor, according to Healthline. At home, a patient may try putting a few drops of oil into his ear to loosen the wax or use a warm water irrigation method. A patient's ear may have to be suctioned or some other method used to help the ear begin producing earwax again.