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Water in ear, CT, and Inclined bed

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by Danny, Jun 23, 2017.

  1. Danny

    Danny New Member

    Hi Jack! I got smacked in the head by a wave about 2 weeks back. I still have water in my ear from it. Do you have a suggestion for getting water out of the ear? I went freediving last week. The water in my ear didn't seem to bother me while diving, but it's just still there. Thanks!

    I'm doing CT in a horse trough, outside, 2 to 3 times a week in the mornings. Temperature is usually around 67 degrees. Would morning be the best time for CT? Considering it's summertime I thought maybe getting cool before bed might be more beneficial than first thing in the morning. I use it after nnEMF exposure as well.

    Lastly, I have noticed better sleep while on and incline w/ my head higher than my feet by about 2 inches. I tried an incline of 6 inches months back and got a hemmhoroid 2 days later. I repeated the same experiment a month or so later and same thing... hemmhoroid. Also, I put my son's bed at a head up incline. He seemed as though he was sleeping better, but he was becoming very emotional during the day, crying about little things. He's usually not like that. So, I put his bed flat again and w/in a day or 2 he wasn't super emotional anymore. Not sure what to think except that this might be a sign that our redox is not up to snuff.
    Thanks Jack!
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    I use H2O2 but the ear can have cerumin. If it does you'll need to have it cleaned first. ENT time
    Danny likes this.

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