Earache (General)

Earache is a pain or pressure within the ear that is causing the person pain. Earache can be due to infection, sinus issues, cold symptoms, damage to the ear or having a small foreign object in the ear (eg: children putting things in). Earache can be in one ear or both ears. Should the pain last more than three days, then it is important to have a GP or nurse assess the ear.

Yoga postures and breathing techniques can of course help here, though it is important to listen to your body and adjust yourself accordingly. Should the pain or pressure worsen, please ease of the technique and/or seek professional help as mentioned. Sometimes yoga and deep breathing techniques can push through blockages with the energy of the body, and in the physical body itself. Practising the yoga postures here with Ujjayi breathing could possibly release or ease pain/pressure.


What is the symptom trying to tell you?

When a person has earache or complaints of the ear, it usually suggests that you are not listening to your inner wisdom, and/or the wisdom of another. It suggests that you do not want to hear what is being said to you, by your own intuition. It could also be that you (or your body) does not want to hear other people and that you need to withdraw from what you feel is other people wanting to control you. You may perhaps be experiencing a resistance to change and not wanting to flow with life. This could result in your also being a little too judgement or critical with yourself and others. Change in life inevitable and so it is important  for you to trust in the flow of life, and in yourself. Having some yoga time with yourself can help you release any blockages that are holding you back from flowing. Yoga will help you to tune into yourself and listen to your inner wisdom, resulting in you being able to move forwards and flow.


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