What is a C Diff, and why should you care about it? Well, first let’s get to the basics.
You may not realize this, but the system behind this product has some very real potential, particularly if you’re currently suffering from excessive earwax production.
So what exactly is this thing called “C Diff”? Well, when you look up on the Internet, you’ll see a number of different products that offer the same system, and the process is known as “C Diff”.
Basically, when the ear is not producing as much mucus as it once did, it gets clogged with earwax, and in time, this can cause problems with your ear-wax production. Essentially, what happens is that a chemical reaction occurs between the earwax and a particular enzyme, which is responsible for the elimination of bacteria in the body.
To sum it up: When a person’s earwax is not as thick as it used to be, it becomes more difficult to remove and the ear can become more easily infected. When the person’s earwax is thicker than it used to be, it can block off the air passageways, and as a result, the infection gets worse. In other words, the more frequent exposure to bacteria will cause more ear infections.
The way that this works is pretty simple – you’ll notice that there is a small amount of water that still stays in the ear canal. When this water gets too dense with bacteria, it’s a lot harder for the earwax to drain out, and when this happens, the infection becomes much worse. So when this happens, the natural way of dealing with an infection is to try to get rid of the bacteria as much as possible – by flushing it out with ear drops.
However, this process can be quite messy and annoying, and can take a long time to complete – and then there’s all the hassle of getting the ear drops in and out of the ears, as well as trying to get it all out of your ears at the same time.
What’s more, it can also be uncomfortable, not to mention expensive!
All of this can be greatly avoided, thanks to a new product called “C Diff”. This new system makes use of a special filter that’s attached to your earphones, which filters out all of the excess moisture. leaving you with crystal clear, clean ears.
When this filter is attached to your earphones, it’s then placed into your ear canal, and the earphones themselves are then plugged into a USB port, allowing you to transfer your earplugs to C Diff directly from the earpiece. All you need to do is plug the earplugs into the computer, and you can connect them to your computer and then enjoy listening to music through your headphones.
The only thing left is to put the earplugs in your ears. Since this process doesn’t involve having to go outside and get the earplugs, there’s no chance of getting them dirty or uncomfortable. Simply plugging the earplugs in and listening to music just like you normally would.
To use the earplugs, simply remove the earplugs and put them in your ears. Put them in all the way, even if they feel too tight, so that you can get the full benefit of the filtered sound.
Then switch them around until you find the best balance. For example, you could adjust the earplugs to your left ear – but not so far left that it’s impossible to hear what’s going on.
Once you find the best balance, plug the earplugs back in, and turn on your CD player and start playing through it. Just keep the volume at a constant level. This is the best way to make sure that you hear exactly what the speakers are making out of your headphones. This is also a great way to make sure that you’re getting the full benefit of your music.
Once you’ve found a balance that’s perfect for your ears, then press the ‘Audio’ button on your CD player and the C Diff should work its magic. It will automatically adjust the balance of your headphones to match what the speakers are doing. As soon as you’re done listening to your music, press the ‘Clear’ button, and the infection will be gone.