Pressure in ears after a cold and jaw pain
Ear congestion occurs when your Eustachian tube becomes obstructed or is not functioning properly. The Eustachian tube is a small canal that runs between your nose and your middle ear. It helps equalize the pressure in your middle ear. When the Eustachian tube becomes clogged, you feel fullness and pressure in your ear. You might also experience muffled hearing and ear pain. These ear congestion symptoms can also be caused by problems in your middle ear or the ear canal that affects the eardrum also called the tympanic membrane.
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Finding Relief from Sinus-Caused Ear Congestion
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The Eustachian tube is an opening originating from the back of the nose and throat to the middle ear. Its primary function is to ventilate the middle ear space, to equalize environmental air pressure with middle ear pressure. This tube is normally closed and opens when a person swallows, yawns, or chews. When conditions cause a change so that the pressure outside becomes greater than the pressure in the middle ear, an uncomfortable and sometimes painful popping or clicking sensation and fullness or pressure in the ear results.
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When Ear and Jaw Pain Indicates TMJ
Many times head colds can cause discomfort in various parts of the body like headaches, earaches and upper jaw pain. A head cold will affect the main functions of the head. A head cold will cloud the mind, increase fatigue and create discomfort and pain around the surrounding areas. Jaw pain is the result of many head colds because of the pressure built up in the sinuses, inner ears and eyes.
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