Non-prescription ear drops can be used to treat clogged ears, notes WebMD. Inserting a few drops of readily available household consumables into plugged ears may also treat the condition. More »

Holistic treatments for tinnitus include cutting back on tobacco products, alcohol, caffeine, aspirin and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, states WebMD. These treatments work to improve blood flow to ear structures.... More »

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Homemade preventative ear drops can be made from 1 part white vinegar and 1 part rubbing alcohol, according to Mayo Clinic. In application, an individual should pour about 1 teaspoon in each ear, then allow it to drain o... More »

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Some examples of prescription ear drops are amoxicillin, azithromycin, ceftriaxone, cefuroxime and clarithromycin. Amoxicillin, a penicillin class antibiotic, is most commonly used for ear infections. It is known as a re... More »

Easy treatments for an adult ear infection include using a warm compress on the affected ear, getting nonprescription ear drops and taking pain medications, notes MedlinePlus. These treatment options can relieve the symp... More »

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Over-the-counter treatments for ear pain include oral anti-inflammatory pain medications and topical anesthetic drops, according to MedicineNet. Additionally, cold or warm compresses and oil drops can be used to treat ea... More »

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A couple of drops of isopropyl alcohol into the ear following showering or swimming can help to prevent swimmer's ear, according to WebMD. Alcohol can also be mixed in equal parts with white vinegar, too. More »

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