Say Bon voyage to ear pain and hello to a world without Airplane Ear!

Say Bon voyage to ear pain and hello to a world without Airplane Ear!

Say Bon voyage to ear pain and hello to a world without Airplane Ear!

Soaring Above Discomfort: Unveiling the True Cause of Airplane Ear

“The exits are here, here, here and here”…. Does this phrase start to invoke the anxiety about Airplane Ear pain you feel when flying?

In this, our first AirDrate blog post, we would like to introduce you to our dream that everyone should be able to fly free from the anxiety and pain of Airplane Ear.

Understanding Airplane Ear: A Ground-Breaking Discovery

We've all been there—excitedly gazing out of the airplane window, eagerly anticipating our destination, when suddenly, a familiar sensation sets in. That annoying pressure in the ears, that grows into intense piercing pain, accompanied by a muffled hearing experience. This is what we commonly refer to as Airplane Ear and up to 34% of all adult passengers experience it in some form. But what exactly causes this discomfort, and how can we bid farewell to it once and for all?

The Dehydration Dilemma

Picture this: your eardrums, normally pliable and capable of adjusting to pressure changes, are affected by the dry atmosphere inside the airplane cabin. As the flight progresses, the lack of humidity causes your eardrums to lose their natural flexibility. Unable to flex and adapt to the changing pressure, discomfort sets in, and Airplane Ear takes hold.

The Intense Discomfort of Airplane Ear

For many, Airplane Ear is more than just a minor inconvenience. It can bring about intense pain, temporary deafness, and, in severe cases, even permanent damage to the ears. The agony of this experience can extend beyond the duration of the flight, potentially impacting the enjoyment of your entire trip.

Why Traditional Solutions Fall Short

  1. Chewing Gum: While the act of chewing gum is thought to help the ear equalize pressure, it does little to combat the root cause—dehydration of the eardrums.
  2. Swallowing and Yawning: These natural actions also promote equalizing pressure but don't address the critical issue of eardrum dehydration.
  3. Pressure ‘relieving’ Earplugs and Noise-Canceling Headphones: While these can reduce ambient noise, they do not tackle the underlying problem of eardrum dehydration. Ear plugs developed to ‘relieve pressure’ do not have any basis in scientific fact, hence they cannot claim to prevent or alleviate pain.
  4. Decongestants: Often recommended to alleviate sinus congestion, decongestants may offer temporary relief as they open up the Eustachian tube in the ear canal, but do not prevent eardrum dehydration and the pain from it’s rigidity.

Our groundbreaking solution, a meticulously designed inflight ear plug to rehydrate your eardrum, directly addresses the true cause of Airplane Ear by maintaining optimal ear hydration and flexibility throughout your journey.

A Decade of Research, A Solution Unveiled

For the past ten years, our dedicated team of researchers has delved into the intricacies of ear physiology and in-flight conditions. The result? A revolutionary inflight ear plug that empowers you to travel with ease, free from the intense discomfort, pain, and potential long-term consequences of Airplane Ear.

Say Bon voyage to ear pain and hello to a world without Airplane Ear!

Mission accomplished you might say? However now we need to educate the world as to this groundbreaking discovery and the solution we have developed! We aren’t a huge corporation and we are battling the algorithms on social media, so please help us to spread this knowledge by spreading the word and sharing this blog post!

Visit our About Us page to learn more about our mission, the team behind this groundbreaking solution, and the science that powers our innovation.