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Eardoc device conforms especially to the structure of the ear. The device is placed behind the ear and sends out small vibrations, along the outer ear canal to the tympanic membrane. These vibrations produce tiny pressure waves that affect the walls of the Eustachian tubes causing relaxation of the surrounding tissue.