Children's Products

EarDoc Review and Giveaway

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I hate it when I am sick. Worse yet, I hate it when my children are sick! They both have been under the weather again (what an awful winter we have had!) and I hate the feeling of helplessness. You know...they're feeling icky and there is not much you can do but ride it out.

This next product seems to be a great one for when your littles are sick and I am pleased to present it to you all today!
The EarDoc is a device that was developed by Kencap Idea Lab...a company that takes an idea and transforms it into a product! EarDoc is a product that basically helps heal ear infections, relieve pressure in the ears and helps with hearing issues.

So, how does it work? The EarDoc generates and transmits vibrations waves that travel through the bone, into the middle ear. When the waves reach the middle ear, they drain trapped fluids and ease the pain-causing pressure.

Here is a short video review that I conducted regarding the EarDoc...


(***NOTE***The EarDoc should be used for up to a minute)

So, as you can see...it is very transportable and compact, making it really easy to stick into a carry-on bag, duffel bag or diaper bag. The ease of use is also great too. My daughter would not let me near her with the EarDoc, so I tried it on myself. I do not currently have an ear infection, (I don't remember the last time I had one) and my children are too young to tell me if the pain goes away with use...so I am sure it does work, I just haven't experienced it first hand.
The EarDoc is simple to use...here's how:
1. Turn on EarDoc using the speed slider on the side
2. The strength of the transmitted waves is determined by how low or high the speed selector is moved.
3. Place the head of the EarDoc behind the ear.
4. Set the speed regulator to a comfortable speed.
5. Turn off the EarDoc after use by sliding the speed indicator all the way down.
That's it! Pretty simple.
As I said in my video, my son seems to be prone to ear infections so the EarDoc should come in handy when I need to get him some relief.
So, in my opinion...the EarDoc seems like a great tool for parents to have...for themselves and for their children. Not only is is great for children, but it is perfect for the airline traveller, the swimmer and the person with hearing difficulties.
If you would be interested in owning an EarDoc, you can WIN ONE from here! I have one to giveaway to one of you! Here are your entry options...

Mandatory Entry:Visit EarDoc and tell me something interesting that you read. You do not have to be a blogger to enter, but you must have a valid email where you can be reached should you win. If you do not leave an email address, it must be where I can easily find it. This giveaway is open to US residents and will end 2/22 at 11:59 pm EST. The winner will be chosen using random.org and will be notified by email. The winner will have 48 hours to respond, or another winner will be selected.

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4. Join EarDoc on Facebook and leave a comment there telling them why you would want the EarDoc. 1 entry

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Disclaimer: I received no monetary compensation for this post. I did receive a free EarDoc for review purposes. All quotes are from the EarDoc website and email. All thoughts, opinions and videos are mine.

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  94. Mandatory Entry: I learned that a common misconception with ear infection is that sufferers think that a symptom is itchy ear. Although sufferers may feel discomfort, an itchy ear is not a symptom of ear infection.
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  171. EARDOC's long term healing effect accelerates the absorption of any given medication. EARDOC™ is designed to compliment and be used with medication. However, as with all treatments, it is always advisable to ask your doctor.

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  183. I learned that middle ear infections are caused by blockage of the Eustachian tubes-
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  185. A small tube connects your ear to your throat. A cold can cause this tube to swell. When the tube swells enough to become blocked, it can trap fluid inside your ear. This makes it a perfect place for germs to grow and cause an infection.

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