Eardoc Ear Pain Relief {Review}

Disclosure: I received the product mentioned to facilitate my review. Regardless, I only recommend products I feel would be good for my readers. All opinions are my own.

Eardoc review

We had the chance to try the Eardoc, which is a natural way to relieve ear pain caused by ear infections, air pressure changes, fluid in the ears, and other troubles. Eardoc works by using vibration to open the Eustachian tubes to release pressure and fluids. This is great for those that get constant ear infections as it is a natural ear infection treatment for children. It is also a great solution for those that travel a lot or those that swim a lot. It is effective for both children and adults.

Although I am glad our children haven’t had many ear infections I have a lot of ear problems. If I notice minor symptoms and don’t act on them I often get labyrinthitis, which is extremely unpleasant. I am what some people may call “stubborn,” though in that I don’t want to run to the doctor to get medication for every ailment. If there is a natural alternative available I want to take it!

Although I haven’t experienced any of my more nagging ear symptoms since using the Eardoc, I am definitely excited to have it available. In fact, I believe the reason I haven’t experienced any of my ear symptoms is BECAUSE I have been using the Eardoc at the first sign of any ear pain.

The main difference I noticed is when traveling in the car when there were pressure changes I was able to use the Eardoc to relieve the symptoms. Even traveling in a car can be really uncomfortable for me because I am so sensitive to the changes. I often get headaches due to the pressure changes in my ears. What a relief to have a solution!

The Eardoc is really simple to use as well. It’s non-invasive, and it’s something I can use on our kids with sensory concerns without any fuss. The new and improved version like the one we reviewed has a simple push button mechanism to control the level of vibration. It has 10 levels of intensity. It is recommended that you first put it against the ear and then build up the intensity to the desired intensity. To turn it off you simply bring it back down until it turns off. That’s it! Easy, right?

See how it works and how easy it is to use in my video:

(Pardon the boxes in the background – we just moved and are still unpacking!)

Overall, I’m definitely impressed with the Eardoc, and I’m happy that we now have a natural alternative to not only helping my ear pain but also for the kids in case they do get ear infections or other ear problems.

For More Information:

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Would you like to try Eardoc? One lucky reader will have the chance to win an Eardoc! The giveaway will run from October 3, 2013 through October 17, 2013 at 11:00pm Central Time. It is open to US residents ages 18+. All entries are optional, though completing more entries may increase your chances of winning! Please refer to the full terms and conditions in the Giveaway Tools. Good luck!

 
Disclosure: Although I did receive the Eardoc for review, I received no additional compensation for this publication. My opinions are my own and may be different than yours. Pea of Sweetness is responsible for prize fulfillment for this giveaway.

 
 





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Comments

  1. hangontite2000 says:

    i love that it is gentle enough to use on kids as well as strong enough for adult ears

  2. Rose Roden says:

    I could really use this right now. I get ear infections all the time and I have one now and my ears hurt. Going to the Doc on Tuesday. Earliest I could get in. I think I will order this when I get paid again. Thanks!

  3. Marcia G
    Twitter:
    says:

    I learned that Eardoc opens the clogged Eustachian tube and allows drainage out of the middle ear.

  4. renee connell says:

    opens the clogged Eustachian tube, therefore allowing drainage

  5. Renee Black says:

    Kind of like a sonic tooth brush?

  6. Krista Bainbridge
    Twitter:
    says:

    I love that it is non-invasive! I hate putting things in my ears and so do my girls – this would be perfect!

  7. vickie marks allbright says:

    i like its safe and effective for all ages and its natural method

  8. Tamar Kotowski says:

    I like that it’s so easy on the kids ears and i can use it too!!!

  9. Michelle F. says:

    I learned that it gives you immediate pain relief.

  10. I learned that Eardoc opens the Eustachian tube by shaking the Eustachian tube and its surrounding.

  11. Nicole Lancaster says:

    I learned that Eardoc can be used as a complimentary treatment to antibiotics and painkillers.The pain relief from Eardoc allows waiting 48-72 hours before seeing if you or child need antibiotic treatment.

  12. Hi Emilee!
    Thanks for the great review and your opinion. We hope you enjoy your Eardoc, and of course – can’t wait till you announce the winner of the giveaway!
    We hope you always feel well 🙂
    Eardoc

  13. Erika Messer says:

    WOW is all I can say – my daughter has gotten at least 4-5 ear infections per year since she was born and she is going to be 7 next month! It’s always right after she gets a cold or something and the fact that the Eardoc drains the ear would be so awesome for her 🙂

  14. Wow. I go to the dr atleast twice a year for my son’s ear infections. Its great that it works from the outside & vibrate, so we are not sticking anything into his little ear. I think he would use it. Thanks for the giveaway

  15. Donna Wharton says:

    The Eardoc is noninvasive, which I found to be a very encouraging way to treat an ear infection.

  16. Ashley Hanna says:

    I love this because it is very easy to use!!!

  17. Brittany Meredith says:

    I wish I had this thing right now my ear is killing me

  18. Michelle Kinsley says:

    I learned that it can help with ear pain from changes in pressure as well as colds and other issues.

  19. I like that it has 10 different speeds

  20. Sylvia Svihel says:

    10 vibration intensities

  21. Christy Colln says:

    I love the vibration intensity speeds…my little one won’t like such a loud buzzing noise in his ear

  22. I learned that an ear infection is a common condition that affects the middle ear, usually caused by bacterial or viral infections.

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