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florian_89

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Hello,

I suffer unilateral hyperacusis on the left ear after a acustic shock 4 years ago.

My left ear feels this burning sensation.

I found out when I deeply inhale cold air through my nose I can reach the eustachian tube. If I repeat this about 50-100 times the burning goes a bit back.

I hope this is helpful to somebody.

Be strong!
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Johan_l

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What do you mean "reach the eustachion tube"? How long do you hold your breath? How fast do you breath?
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florian_89

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What do you mean "reach the eustachion tube"? How long do you hold your breath? How fast do you breath?


Just inhale deeply through the nose with closed mouth. You dont need to hold the breath. Deep ajd long breath.
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