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Just because you didn’t go swimming doesn’t mean you can’t come down with a painful case of swimmer’s ear. We can also get it from a super-sweaty workout, which increase moisture in the ears – or from wearing earbuds, which can scratch the skin and give bacteria an entry point. So after a particular sweaty workout, dry your ears thoroughly – and clean off those earbuds with rubbing alcohol!