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EnglishIs there a way to help improve hearing besides an electronic device?

KonstantinosKostoulas 1 month ago
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Eunice111 1 month ago
Get some exercise (No gym required)
Your ears detect sounds, but it's your brain that interprets them. Exercises that strengthen your brain's hearing comprehension skills might help make you a better listener. Here are two activities you can try:

Go for a walk in the woods, on the beach or in a similar setting with little man-made noise. Focus on your surroundings and write down everything you hear, from birds chirping to the wind blowing. Repeat this exercise several days in a row to gradually become more attuned to the ambient noise.
Have a partner read aloud to you from a book or magazine on an unfamiliar topic. After each sentence, try to repeat exactly what your partner said. Once you're able to consistently repeat the sentences word-for-word, try the exercise again with the TV on in the background or in a noisy restaurant.
Pass the vitamins
Several vitamins and minerals have been linked to an improvement in ear function and hearing.1

Folic acid promotes circulation to your ears, as well as energy production in the cells responsible for hearing.
Magnesium aids healthy nerve function in the auditory system and helps prevent damage to the inner lining of your arteries.
Zinc protects the hair cells within your ear, which are responsible for emitting the vibrations that send electrical signals to your brain. Zinc also supports your body's immune system, helping prevent ear infections.
B vitamins offer a host of potential benefits for your ears, including regulation of fluid levels and optimization of oxygen use.
Skip the smokes
If smokers need yet another health-related reason to quit, here it is: Research indicates that this habit can more than double your risk of hearing loss.2 That's because blood flow and oxygen are crucial to maintaining healthy cells in your inner ear, and both are hampered by nicotine and carbon monoxide. Smoking also irritates the lining of your middle ear and disturbs the normal function of your Eustachian tube. Nicotine has been shown to cause ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and some experts believe it may interfere with the neurotransmitters that carry messages from your hearing nerve to your brain.2

Get tested
While hearing loss can't be reversed, you might be able to prevent it from getting worse with a few simple lifestyle changes. Early detection is key, however, so have your hearing checked annually. To learn how you can use a CareCredit credit card to pay* for hearing tests and hearing aids, visit www.carecredit.com.

Ear wax explained
Also known as cerumen, ear wax is a natural defense mechanism that protects the inside of your ear from foreign particles, bacteria and infection. It is secreted by special glands located in your outer ear, and varies in color and consistency from person to person.

While a small amount of ear wax is beneficial, a buildup of excess ear wax can cause mild hearing loss and discomfort. If you suspect you have a blockage, see your doctor. Never attempt to dig it out yourself, as you risk impacting the wax farther into your ear and damaging the delicate lining of your ear canal or eardrum.
Rufus 1 month ago
Some believers of natural treatment suggest cajeput essential oil can reverse hearing loss naturally. Massage a few drops of cajeput essential oil behind and in front of your ears to improve your ability to hear.
Oat 1 month ago
a drop of honey to the affected ear twice in a day help alot
Amir 3 weeks ago
By cleaning the sound emitters with the designated tools.
Amir 3 weeks ago
By cleaning the sound emitters with the designated tools.
Adeleke Olalekan 1 month ago
A drop of honey into the affected ear every 8 hours improves the hearing after 14days
Gowtham Krishna 1 month ago
A drop of honey into the affected ear
John Downes 1 month ago
If you get a full body Swedish massage . it will normally include an eye and ear massage which is known to improve your vital organs especially your hearing taste touch smell ..
Angelo 1 month ago
getting your ears cleaned with water and also never use ear buds to clean
Angelo 1 month ago
getting your ears cleaned with water and also never use ear buds to clean
Aniket saha 1 month ago
Simple poses and movements that may help improve hearing loss and tinnitus.
1.Head Rotation.
2.Neck Flexion and Extension.
3.Legs Up the Wall.
4.Downward Dog.
5.Cobra.
6.Tree.
Aniket saha 1 month ago
6 Gentle Yoga Exercises to Promote Better Hearing [Infographic]
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Simple poses and movements that may help improve hearing loss and tinnitus.
One of the gentle yoga exercises for better hearing is head rotation.
Yoga is well-known for boosting flexibility and muscle tone, but science suggests that it may also help improve hearing loss and tinnitus for some people. It all boils down to two primary effects of yoga on hearing loss: increased circulation to the ears that helps promote nerve function and relaxed muscle tissue, particularly in the neck.

While not everyone will experience improved hearing with yoga, below are six poses to try and see what works for you. Make sure to check with your doctor or qualified trainer before attempting any new exercise routine, as the suitability of these exercises varies based on your medical history, fitness level, and flexibility.

Head Rotation
Neck Flexion and Extension
Legs Up the Wall
Downward Dog
Cobra
Tree
Continue to learn more about these yoga poses that may help reduce the effects of hearing loss and tinnitus.

1. Head rotation
This yoga exercise for better hearing is simple enough to do anywhere. Simply rotate your head to the right, then to the left, as if you’re slowly shaking your head “no.” Go as far as you can on either side without over-stretching or causing pain. Repeating this move a few times each day can help stretch your neck and shoulder muscles while increasing blood flow to your ears and other areas.

2. Neck flexion and extension
Next, perform a similar exercise going up and down rather than side to side – just like you’re nodding “yes.” Tuck your chin as you look down, then slowly raise your head until you’re looking at the sky or ceiling. In addition to potentially improving your hearing, this yoga pose can also help increase your range of motion and reduce neck pain.

3. Legs up the wall
In this restorative inversion pose, you’ll lay down next to a wall, tree, or another sturdy surface. Stretch your legs up the wall and gently relax your body for up to 15 minutes. Not only will this pose help increase circulation, but it can also reduce swelling and drain tension in your legs and feet, and calm the nervous system.

4. Downward-Facing Dog
Another one of the gentle yoga exercises for better hearing is Downward-Facing Dog. To get into this position, start on your hands and knees. Gently lift your knees and lengthen your tailbone. Push the top of your thighs back and straighten your knees to a comfortable level without locking them. This yoga pose may help with tinnitus symptoms, but can also be beneficial for digestion, headaches and fatigue, and back pain.

5. Cobra
Channel your inner snake with this simple pose to improve circulation. Start by laying on your stomach. Then, place your hands under your shoulders (like you’re getting ready to do a pushup), and lift your head, neck, and torso as much as feels comfortable. This gentle yoga pose for better hearing also stretches the shoulders, chest, and abdominal muscles, and helps clear the passages in the heart and lungs.

6. Tree
This quintessential yoga pose is a great way to improve your balance while also increasing your circulation. Stand straight, rest your palms together in front of your chest or raise your arms above your head. Then, lift one leg and rest it on the opposite ankle, calf, or thigh. Hold on to a nearby wall if needed. Breathe deeply through your nose while you hold the pose.

If it’s safe for you, try these exercises to see if you experience improved hearing with yoga. If you feel the benefits, expand your practice with online yoga classes, use a yoga app, or check out public classes in your neighborhood.
Rico 1 month ago
Assistive Listening Devices
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) or assistive listening systems include a large variety of devices designed to help you hear sounds in everyday activities.

Cochlear Implants
A cochlear implant is an implanted electronic device that can produce useful hearing sensation by electrically stimulating nerves inside the inner ear.

Implantable Middle Ear Hearing Devices
Implantable Middle Ear Hearing Devices (IMEHD) help increase the transmission of sound to the inner ear. IMEHDs are small implantable devices that are typically attached to one of the tiny bones in the middle ear.

Bone-anchored Hearing Aids
A bone-anchored hearing aid (BAHA), like a cochlear implant, has both implanted and external components. The implanted component is a small post that is surgically attached to the skull bone behind your ear.

Personal Sound Amplification Products
Personal Sound Amplification Products (PSAPs), or sound amplifiers, increase environmental sounds for non-hearing impaired consumers.
Geegster 1 month ago
Try listening.
Then one truly hears.
-g
Adam 1 month ago
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Meditation. More and more, people are turning to meditation for improving their hearing health. ...

2

Stop Smoking. ...

3

Yoga. ...

4

Turn Down the Volume. ...

5

Check for Ear Wax. ...

6

Exercise Daily. ...

7

Focus and Locate Sounds. ...

8

Vitamins.
Adam 1 month ago
good methord
Ahmet Isteyin 1 month ago
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Patson 1 month ago
Implantable Middle Ear Hearing Devices
Implantable Middle Ear Hearing Devices (IMEHD) help increase the transmission of sound to the inner ear. IMEHDs are small implantable devices that are typically attached to one of the tiny bones in the middle ear. When they receive sound waves, IMEHDs vibrate and directly move the middle ear bones. This creates sound vibrations in the inner ear, which helps you to detect the sound. This device is generally used for people with sensorineural hearing loss.
Cearealkiller3 1 month ago
https://www.carecredit.com/hearing/article/improve-your-hearing/
Amen 1 month ago
Five things you can do to improve your hearing health

Wear your hearing aids
If you’ve been diagnosed with hearing loss and the hearing healthcare provider prescribed hearing aids as a treatment, you’ll be doing yourself a big favor if you wear them as recommended.

Amplification provides the "brain boost" your ears need to send sound waves to the auditory region of the brain, where it’s processed as recognizable sound. If hearing loss is left untreated, the part of the brain that process auditory signals can atrophy or reassign itself to focus on other brain functions, making it much harder to hear.

Your hearing isn’t the only part of your body that benefits when you wear your hearing aids:

Overall general health improves, too. Research indicates people who wear hearing aids experience added health benefits. The effort you’re expending trying to hear your grandchild tell you a story when you aren’t wearing hearing aids could be the energy you spend taking her to the park when you do.
Mental health can suffer if you don’t treat hearing loss, especially if you’ve been isolating yourself from social gatherings because you can’t hear well. There's a strong correlation between hearing loss and depression among adults in the United States. Other study results indicate relationships between untreated hearing loss and increased anger, anxiety and social isolation.
Take a walk
Exercise is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your overall health. Is it any surprise it’s good for your hearing health, too?

Hearing health professionals believe exercise increases the blood flow to the ear. Good blood flow is essential to the health of the tiny hair cells in the inner ear which are responsible for translating the sound your ears collect into electrical impulses for your brain to translate. These hair cells do not regenerate, so our hearing suffers permanently when they die or are damaged.

If walking isn’t your idea of a good time, find another physical activity you enjoy (hiking, gardening, or golfing for example). The American Heart Association recommends at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day at least five times a week and the good news is, you can break these 30 minutes up into three segments of 10 to 15 minutes per day. (Please check with your doctor before beginning any physical activity.)

Stop smoking
If you’ve been waiting for a good reason to stop smoking, here’s one: Smoking is linked to hearing loss. According to research from the University of Manchester in the UK, smokers are 28 percent more likely to develop hearing loss than non-smokers. The risk for hearing loss increased along with the number of packs of cigarettes smoked and the amount of time the individual had been smoking. The study was published in the May 29, 2014 issue of the Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology.

Medical professionals believe the nicotine and carbon monoxide in cigarettes tighten your blood vessels, effectively starving your inner ear of the oxygen it needs to keep hair cells in the cochlea healthy. Nicotine can also affect the neurotransmitters in the auditory nerve, preventing them from correctly processing sound.

Fortunately, kicking the habit is almost immediately beneficial to your health. The American Heart Association says your lungs will begin to heal themselves as soon as you stop smoking. Those who quit also reduce their risk of developing heart disease, lung cancer and early death from smoking-related disease. Many smoking cessation programs are offered at no charge or reduced cost. The AHA lists these resources to help you quit smoking.

Turn down the volume
Without a doubt, the easiest way to prevent hearing loss is to reduce the volume of the noise in your environment. The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) estimates 26 million Americans have hearing loss that may have been caused by exposure to noise. The good news? Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is completely preventable. The NIDCD lists these suggestions for protecting your hearing from the effects of too much noise:

Know which noises in your environment are damaging (85 decibels or louder).
Wear hearing protection whenever you know you’ll be exposed to loud noise.
If you can’t protect your hearing from the loud noise, move away from it.
Protect the hearing of children who are too young to protect themselves.
For many of us, just turning down the volume on the television, car radio and personal electronic device is equally beneficial. By the way, if you find you have to have the volume turned up in order to hear, it may be time to have your hearing evaluated by a hearing healthcare professional.

Schedule a hearing evaluation
The best way to improve your hearing health is to establish a relationship with a hearing healthcare professional you trust. This professional can administer a base line hearing evaluation to determine the current health of your hearing and monitor it as you grow older. If your family physician can’t recommend someone to care for your hearing, you can find a trusted hearing clinic in Healthy Hearing’s online directory. Then, make the phone call. The 60 seconds you spend scheduling a hearing evaluation may be the quickest, healthiest step you take toward improving your hearing health.
Yahya0011 1 month ago
Drop of honey will work the best
Shane 1 month ago
lose as much fat as you can and tell your family members to speak softly.....
first thought war will have trouble hearing but afterwards you can hear fine
Shane 1 month ago
also avoid standing near best boxes or speaker
dee 1 month ago
Please seek the advice of a trusted doctor first and foremost. Stop drinking and smoking if you have these vices. They truly impair your hearing. Exercise regularly and try to implement a healthy diet. Stay as stress free as you can. Sleep well and regularly. Avoid loud places. If you can't wear earplugs. At the end of the day, common sense prevails.
MD Hasan Rabbi 1 month ago
Boots Hearingcare takes a look at how to improve hearing and what you can do right now to hear better...
Meditation. More and more, people are turning to meditation for improving their hearing health....
Stop Smoking
Yoga
Turn Down the Volume
Check for Ear Wax
Exercise Daily
Focus and Locate Sounds
Vitamins
Anderyan 1 month ago
TYPES OF HEARING-RELATED TECHNOLOGIES
Medical Devices for Hearing Loss

Hearing aids
Over-the-counter wearable hearing devices (proposed)
Consumer Electronics Not Intended for Hearing Loss

Personal sound amplification products
Hearing Assistive Products and Technologies

FM receiver systems
Infrared receiver systems
Hearing induction loop technologies
Other assistive technologies
Communications Technologies

Captioning
Interoperability technologies
Emergency information technologies
MD Hasan Rabbi 1 month ago
Boots Hearingcare takes a look at how to improve hearing and what you can do right now to hear better...
Meditation. More and more, people are turning to meditation for improving their hearing health....
Stop Smoking
Yoga
Turn Down the Volume
Check for Ear Wax
Exercise Daily
Focus and Locate Sounds
Vitamins
Pranay Pantawane 1 month ago
Take a walk
Exercise is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your overall health. Is it any surprise it’s good for your hearing health, too?

Hearing health professionals believe exercise increases the blood flow to the ear. Good blood flow is essential to the health of the tiny hair cells in the inner ear which are responsible for translating the sound your ears collect into electrical impulses for your brain to translate. These hair cells do not regenerate, so our hearing suffers permanently when they die or are damaged.

If walking isn’t your idea of a good time, find another physical activity you enjoy (hiking, gardening, or golfing for example). The American Heart Association recommends at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day at least five times a week and the good news is, you can break these 30 minutes up into three segments of 10 to 15 minutes per day. (Please check with your doctor before beginning any physical activity.)
Alejandro 1 month ago
Claro, limpiando la bocina
Vaibhav Hajare 1 month ago
That help full for you 👇

Assistive listening devices (ALDs) or assistive listening systems include a large variety of devices designed to help you hear sounds in everyday activities. ALDs are available in some public places such as auditoriums, movie theaters, houses of worship, and meeting rooms. ... ALDs can be used with or without hearing aids
onaib 1 month ago
i had the same problem, back in days
my aunt suggest me some old ways that improve my hearing
1st she told me to oil my hair and put a drop or tow in my ear once a week
2nd stop using headphones and belive that helps me alot
3rd walk and talk sereously this i hate i cuz its a bit awkward but it helps.
omer 1 month ago
What is a Cochlear Implant (Bionic Ear)?
Cochlear Implant, popularly known as "Bionic Ear", is an inner ear prosthesis worn by surgical intervention designed to help those with advanced / profound hearing loss, who cannot see enough benefit from hearing aids or whose hearing aids are insufficient. The bionic ear system consists of two parts. First, the inner part of the implant placed in the inner ear with a 2-4 hour operation; The second part is the outer part, which is attached to the back of the ear, where the microphone, sound sensitivity unit, and volume control are located, which processes the received speech. Sounds are picked up by the microphone in the outer part and converted into electrical signals, the signals reaching the speech processor. It is encoded here and passes through the skin and reaches the implant via radio waves. A series of electrical impulses are sent to the electrodes of the implant in the cochlea (snail). In this way, the auditory nerve receives these impulses and sends them to the brain. The brain perceives these signals as sounds.
Abba 1 month ago
Avoid to much noise, avoid ear buds
And always keep your ears clean.
pooja kumari 1 month ago
If you r smoke, stop smoking this is helpful
Akonbest 1 month ago
Some times it's depend on the type of hiring problem, is good to do a test and then start using honey drop every day and there is also some other native medicines that is good for hair problem, most people in Africe go through the native medicines and they get hill, not everyone in Africa can afford to buy the electronic device so they prefer using some native medicines and its helps in most cases.
Nameless 1 month ago
Try Ashwagandha(Capsules) , Brahami(Capsules, shilajit(Capsules) , yograj Guggul.
All this Ayurveda thing is helpfull always.
Nambala Sai Rohit 1 month ago
Don't listen to heavy volumes but if you have some problem please visit a doc and make sure that you don't need a hearing device. Some tips are Stop Smoking if you have a habit of it,
Next several vitamins and minerals have been linked to an improvement in ear function and hearing
Folic acid promotes circulation to your ears, as well as energy production in the cells responsible for hearing.
Magnesium aids healthy nerve function in the auditory system and helps prevent damage to the inner lining of your arteries.
Zinc protects the hair cells within your ear, which are responsible for emitting the vibrations that send electrical signals to your brain. Zinc also supports your body's immune system, helping prevent ear infections.
B vitamins offer a host of potential benefits for your ears, including regulation of fluid levels and optimization of oxygen use.
Make sure you add these in your diet.
Hope your query is solved. thankyou
Muralidhara Bhat KS 1 month ago
Try to meditate in a quiet place and try to grasp the lightest sound possible.
Ellen Grace Caiga 1 month ago
Avoid using earphones oftentimes.
Derrick Adu 1 month ago
Meditation. More and more, people are turning to meditation for improving their hearing health. ...
Stop Smoking. ...
Yoga. ...
Turn Down the Volume. ...
Check for Ear Wax. ...
Exercise Daily. ...
Focus and Locate Sounds. ...
Vitamins.
Carey09 1 month ago
Just do Inhale and exhale every morning, take a deep breath and excercise your jaw with bubblegum.
Carol iverson 1 month ago
https://www.carecredit.com/hearing/article/improve-your-hearing

While the field of audiology has seen impressive advances in hearing aid technology, there are several easy, natural things you can do on your own that may help hone your sense of hearing before professional intervention becomes necessary. Listen up to the following recommendations.

Get some exercise (No gym required)
Your ears detect sounds, but it's your brain that interprets them. Exercises that strengthen your brain's hearing comprehension skills might help make you a better listener. Here are two activities you can try:

Go for a walk in the woods, on the beach or in a similar setting with little man-made noise. Focus on your surroundings and write down everything you hear, from birds chirping to the wind blowing. Repeat this exercise several days in a row to gradually become more attuned to the ambient noise.
Have a partner read aloud to you from a book or magazine on an unfamiliar topic. After each sentence, try to repeat exactly what your partner said. Once you're able to consistently repeat the sentences word-for-word, try the exercise again with the TV on in the background or in a noisy restaurant.
Pass the vitamins
Several vitamins and minerals have been linked to an improvement in ear function and hearing.1

Folic acid promotes circulation to your ears, as well as energy production in the cells responsible for hearing.
Magnesium aids healthy nerve function in the auditory system and helps prevent damage to the inner lining of your arteries.
Zinc protects the hair cells within your ear, which are responsible for emitting the vibrations that send electrical signals to your brain. Zinc also supports your body's immune system, helping prevent ear infections.
B vitamins offer a host of potential benefits for your ears, including regulation of fluid levels and optimization of oxygen use.
Skip the smokes
If smokers need yet another health-related reason to quit, here it is: Research indicates that this habit can more than double your risk of hearing loss.2 That's because blood flow and oxygen are crucial to maintaining healthy cells in your inner ear, and both are hampered by nicotine and carbon monoxide. Smoking also irritates the lining of your middle ear and disturbs the normal function of your Eustachian tube. Nicotine has been shown to cause ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and some experts believe it may interfere with the neurotransmitters that carry messages from your hearing nerve to your brain.2

Get tested
While hearing loss can't be reversed, you might be able to prevent it from getting worse with a few simple lifestyle changes. Early detection is key, however, so have your hearing checked annually. To learn how you can use a CareCredit credit card to pay* for hearing tests and hearing aids, visit www.carecredit.com.

Ear wax explained
Also known as cerumen, ear wax is a natural defense mechanism that protects the inside of your ear from foreign particles, bacteria and infection. It is secreted by special glands located in your outer ear, and varies in color and consistency from person to person.

While a small amount of ear wax is beneficial, a buildup of excess ear wax can cause mild hearing loss and discomfort. If you suspect you have a blockage, see your doctor. Never attempt to dig it out yourself, as you risk impacting the wax farther into your ear and damaging the delicate lining of your ear canal or eardrum.3
Carol iverson 1 month ago
https://www.carecredit.com/hearing/article/improve-your-hearing

While the field of audiology has seen impressive advances in hearing aid technology, there are several easy, natural things you can do on your own that may help hone your sense of hearing before professional intervention becomes necessary. Listen up to the following recommendations.

Get some exercise (No gym required)
Your ears detect sounds, but it's your brain that interprets them. Exercises that strengthen your brain's hearing comprehension skills might help make you a better listener. Here are two activities you can try:

Go for a walk in the woods, on the beach or in a similar setting with little man-made noise. Focus on your surroundings and write down everything you hear, from birds chirping to the wind blowing. Repeat this exercise several days in a row to gradually become more attuned to the ambient noise.
Have a partner read aloud to you from a book or magazine on an unfamiliar topic. After each sentence, try to repeat exactly what your partner said. Once you're able to consistently repeat the sentences word-for-word, try the exercise again with the TV on in the background or in a noisy restaurant.
Pass the vitamins
Several vitamins and minerals have been linked to an improvement in ear function and hearing.1

Folic acid promotes circulation to your ears, as well as energy production in the cells responsible for hearing.
Magnesium aids healthy nerve function in the auditory system and helps prevent damage to the inner lining of your arteries.
Zinc protects the hair cells within your ear, which are responsible for emitting the vibrations that send electrical signals to your brain. Zinc also supports your body's immune system, helping prevent ear infections.
B vitamins offer a host of potential benefits for your ears, including regulation of fluid levels and optimization of oxygen use.
Skip the smokes
If smokers need yet another health-related reason to quit, here it is: Research indicates that this habit can more than double your risk of hearing loss.2 That's because blood flow and oxygen are crucial to maintaining healthy cells in your inner ear, and both are hampered by nicotine and carbon monoxide. Smoking also irritates the lining of your middle ear and disturbs the normal function of your Eustachian tube. Nicotine has been shown to cause ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and some experts believe it may interfere with the neurotransmitters that carry messages from your hearing nerve to your brain.2

Get tested
While hearing loss can't be reversed, you might be able to prevent it from getting worse with a few simple lifestyle changes. Early detection is key, however, so have your hearing checked annually. To learn how you can use a CareCredit credit card to pay* for hearing tests and hearing aids, visit www.carecredit.com.

Ear wax explained
Also known as cerumen, ear wax is a natural defense mechanism that protects the inside of your ear from foreign particles, bacteria and infection. It is secreted by special glands located in your outer ear, and varies in color and consistency from person to person.

While a small amount of ear wax is beneficial, a buildup of excess ear wax can cause mild hearing loss and discomfort. If you suspect you have a blockage, see your doctor. Never attempt to dig it out yourself, as you risk impacting the wax farther into your ear and damaging the delicate lining of your ear canal or eardrum.3
Derrick Adu 1 month ago
Meditation. More and more, people are turning to meditation for improving their hearing health. ...
Stop Smoking. ...
Yoga. ...
Turn Down the Volume. ...
Check for Ear Wax. ...
Exercise Daily. ...
Focus and Locate Sounds. ...
Vitamins.
CHARGERS 1 month ago
Get some exercise (No gym required)
Your ears detect sounds, but it's your brain that interprets them. Exercises that strengthen your brain's hearing comprehension skills might help make you a better listener. Here are two activities you can try:

Go for a walk in the woods, on the beach or in a similar setting with little man-made noise. Focus on your surroundings and write down everything you hear, from birds chirping to the wind blowing. Repeat this exercise several days in a row to gradually become more attuned to the ambient noise.
Have a partner read aloud to you from a book or magazine on an unfamiliar topic. After each sentence, try to repeat exactly what your partner said. Once you're able to consistently repeat the sentences word-for-word, try the exercise again with the TV on in the background or in a noisy restaurant.
Pass the vitamins
Several vitamins and minerals have been linked to an improvement in ear function and hearing.1

Folic acid promotes circulation to your ears, as well as energy production in the cells responsible for hearing.
Magnesium aids healthy nerve function in the auditory system and helps prevent damage to the inner lining of your arteries.
Amir Ashfaq 1 month ago Correct
Yes. This is possible to improve your hearing without using any electronic device and the thing which is i am going to tell you is most experienced thing which i also used to improve my hearing ..
I had never used any electronic equipment for improving my hearing ..
First is ...
( TEA TREE OIL )
Tea tree oil is believed by many to positively treat hearing loss and deafness. You should use this remedy with caution and be sure to mention it to your doctor before attempting. You can mix and then heat:

3 drops tea tree oil
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 teaspoon colloidal vinegar
1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar
You can then place the mixture into your ears and sit still for five minutes. Proponents claim that if you do this four times per day, you’ll see results after two days.
Second is ..
( CAJEPUT ESSENTIAL OIL )
Some believers of natural treatment suggest cajeput essential oil can reverse hearing loss naturally. Massage a few drops of cajeput essential oil behind and in front of your ears to improve your ability to hear.

I highly recommend you this .. it'll take less cost and very excellent results within just two days ..

BLESSINGS !
Moses 1 month ago
Boots Hearingcare takes a look at how to improve hearing and what you can do right now to hear better...
Meditation. More and more, people are turning to meditation for improving their hearing health. ...
Stop Smoking. ...
Yoga. ...
Turn Down the Volume. ...
Check for Ear Wax. ...
Exercise Daily. ...
Focus and Locate Sounds. ...
Vitamins.
More items...
Moses 1 month ago
Boots Hearingcare takes a look at how to improve hearing and what you can do right now to hear better...
Meditation. More and more, people are turning to meditation for improving their hearing health. ...
Stop Smoking. ...
Yoga. ...
Turn Down the Volume. ...
Check for Ear Wax. ...
Exercise Daily. ...
Focus and Locate Sounds. ...
Vitamins.
More items...
Никита Фомин 1 month ago
do some meditation, they say it will help
siligiri saikumar 1 month ago
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) or assistive listening systems include a large variety of devices designed to help you hear sounds in everyday activities. ALDs are available in some public places such as auditoriums, movie theaters, houses of worship, and meeting rooms. ... ALDs can be used with or without hearing aids.
skidmak17 1 month ago
a drop of honey or cooking oil in the effected ear
Mumtaz Ahmad 1 month ago
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) or assistive listening systems include a large variety of devices designed to help you hear sounds in everyday activities. ALDs are available in some public places such as auditoriums, movie theaters, houses of worship, and meeting rooms. They may be used by both normal hearing and hearing impaired people to improve listening in these settings.

ALDs can be used to overcome the negative effects of distance, poor room acoustics, and background noise. To achieve this purpose, many ALDs consist of a microphone near the source of the sound and a receiver near the listener. The listener can usually adjust the volume of the receiver as needed. Careful microphone placement allows the level of the speaker's voice to stay constant regardless of the distance between the speaker and the audience. The speaker's voice is also heard clearly over room noises such as chairs moving, fan motors running, and people talking.
Samson Raymond 1 month ago
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) or assistive listening systems include a large variety of devices designed to help you hear sounds in everyday activities. ALDs are available in some public places such as auditoriums, movie theaters, houses of worship, and meeting rooms. They may be used by both normal hearing and hearing impaired people to improve listening in these settings.
Adenuga Obafemi 1 month ago
Clean your ear annually
Omenogor victory 1 month ago
1.Turn Down the Volume

An easy way to improve your hearing comfort and health is by keeping the noise down as much as possible. 85 decibels or louder in your environment are damaging - and, where possible, you should move away from the high volume. Alternatively, if this is not an option, ensure that you always wear some form of hearing protection to avoid any serious hearing harm.

2.Check for Ear Wax

It’s possible that your hearing may be affected by a build-up of ear wax. If ear wax is impacted, your ears may not be as receptive to sounds as usual. Not to worry, though; an excess of wax in the ears is both common and easily treatable. Professional ear wax removal can lessen or potentially even eliminate the effects of hearing loss.

3.Exercise Daily

Being healthy benefits the entire body, including your ears, and the easiest way to stay in shape is with consistent exercise. Going for a walk or jog or even just gardening or doing housework are all great ways to get your blood flowing and your heart circulating better. Just don’t have your music turned up too high; repeated exposure to loud noises can damage the irreplaceable ear hairs, which only impairs hearing further.

4.Vitamins

The right balance of vitamins and minerals has been shown to improve quality of hearing. Folic acid, B vitamins, magnesium, and zinc all have properties that contribute to better hearing and a healthier body in general. Consider taking a supplement so you get their full effects, but always consult a doctor first - especially if you’re on any other medication.

5.Focus and Locate Sounds

It’s a good idea to try fine-tuning your focus on noise, as this can help improve hearing. There are various exercises you can do. One of the most popular involves putting on music in a quiet room and walking around your house while listening; you then attempt to identify certain words and instruments. This helps train your brain to locate and understand sounds with increasing ease and success
Aman 1 month ago
Spearmint
Folic acid is proven to be extremely important to ear health. According to a 2010 study that was comprised of 126 people aged 60 or older, age-related hearing loss is linked with low levels of folic acid. Dried spearmint is a fun way to up your folic acid intake—you can use it in desserts or make it into a nice hot tea. Folic acid can also be found in leafy greens, avocados, beets, and beans.
Rehan 1 month ago
HI Dear,
If you want to Improve hearing naturally listen up to the following recommendations.
1. Meditation

More and more, people are turning to meditation for improving their hearing health. This is because relaxing and taking deep breaths increases blood flow to the brain - which can help you become more attuned to sounds that may have otherwise escaped your attention. Despite being a mental exercise rather than a physical self-care activity, meditation can prove helpful for those looking to better engage with their hearing.

mediation

2. Stop Smoking

Smoking and hearing loss are undeniably linked; in fact, studies are happening all the time to show this positive correlation. Because blood flow and oxygen help maintain healthy cells in the inner ear, it’s understandable that hearing could be impaired by prolonged exposures to nicotine and carbon monoxide. So, make sure you quit cigarettes if you want to improve your quality of hearing and life.

3. Yoga

Lots of people who suffer from impaired hearing say a yoga workout can sometimes help them hear better. Relaxing and stretching in positions like downward dog gets oxygen-rich blood to your head quicker, which may assist with hearing. You don’t need an instructor; simply roll out your mat wherever in the house is most comfortable, and remember to warm up beforehand.

4. Turn Down the Volume

An easy way to improve your hearing comfort and health is by keeping the noise down as much as possible. 85 decibels or louder in your environment are damaging - and, where possible, you should move away from the high volume. Alternatively, if this is not an option, ensure that you always wear some form of hearing protection to avoid any serious hearing harm.

5. Check for Ear Wax

It’s possible that your hearing may be affected by a build-up of ear wax. If ear wax is impacted, your ears may not be as receptive to sounds as usual. Not to worry, though; an excess of wax in the ears is both common and easily treatable. Professional ear wax removal can lessen or potentially even eliminate the effects of hearing loss.

6. Exercise Daily

Being healthy benefits the entire body, including your ears, and the easiest way to stay in shape is with consistent exercise. Going for a walk or jog or even just gardening or doing housework are all great ways to get your blood flowing and your heart circulating better. Just don’t have your music turned up too high; repeated exposure to loud noises can damage the irreplaceable ear hairs, which only impairs hearing further.


man running

7. Focus and Locate Sounds

It’s a good idea to try fine-tuning your focus on noise, as this can help improve hearing. There are various exercises you can do. One of the most popular involves putting on music in a quiet room and walking around your house while listening; you then attempt to identify certain words and instruments. This helps train your brain to locate and understand sounds with increasing ease and success.

8. Vitamins

The right balance of vitamins and minerals has been shown to improve quality of hearing. Folic acid, B vitamins, magnesium, and zinc all have properties that contribute to better hearing and a healthier body in general. Consider taking a supplement so you get their full effects, but always consult a doctor first - especially if you’re on any other medication.

9. Book a Hearing Test

In most cases of hearing impairment, a test will be needed to see the full extent of your problem and how best to manage it. You may be able to find an online hearing test that provides enough information, although this only applies to minor ear- and hearing-related complaints. For a more comprehensive check-up, book a face-to-face hearing test.

10. Hearing Aids

Some people find the only way to manage their hearing loss is with hearing aids. Fortunately, the days of gigantic trumpets and noticeable devices are now behind us. Depending on the type of hearing aid recommended by your doctor or hearing healthcare professional, you can choose from a variety of models and styles, meaning you’ll look great and hear better all at the same time!
Rehan 1 month ago
HI Dear,
If you want to Improve hearing naturally listen up to the following recommendations.
1. Meditation

More and more, people are turning to meditation for improving their hearing health. This is because relaxing and taking deep breaths increases blood flow to the brain - which can help you become more attuned to sounds that may have otherwise escaped your attention. Despite being a mental exercise rather than a physical self-care activity, meditation can prove helpful for those looking to better engage with their hearing.

mediation

2. Stop Smoking

Smoking and hearing loss are undeniably linked; in fact, studies are happening all the time to show this positive correlation. Because blood flow and oxygen help maintain healthy cells in the inner ear, it’s understandable that hearing could be impaired by prolonged exposures to nicotine and carbon monoxide. So, make sure you quit cigarettes if you want to improve your quality of hearing and life.

3. Yoga

Lots of people who suffer from impaired hearing say a yoga workout can sometimes help them hear better. Relaxing and stretching in positions like downward dog gets oxygen-rich blood to your head quicker, which may assist with hearing. You don’t need an instructor; simply roll out your mat wherever in the house is most comfortable, and remember to warm up beforehand.

4. Turn Down the Volume

An easy way to improve your hearing comfort and health is by keeping the noise down as much as possible. 85 decibels or louder in your environment are damaging - and, where possible, you should move away from the high volume. Alternatively, if this is not an option, ensure that you always wear some form of hearing protection to avoid any serious hearing harm.

5. Check for Ear Wax

It’s possible that your hearing may be affected by a build-up of ear wax. If ear wax is impacted, your ears may not be as receptive to sounds as usual. Not to worry, though; an excess of wax in the ears is both common and easily treatable. Professional ear wax removal can lessen or potentially even eliminate the effects of hearing loss.

6. Exercise Daily

Being healthy benefits the entire body, including your ears, and the easiest way to stay in shape is with consistent exercise. Going for a walk or jog or even just gardening or doing housework are all great ways to get your blood flowing and your heart circulating better. Just don’t have your music turned up too high; repeated exposure to loud noises can damage the irreplaceable ear hairs, which only impairs hearing further.


man running

7. Focus and Locate Sounds

It’s a good idea to try fine-tuning your focus on noise, as this can help improve hearing. There are various exercises you can do. One of the most popular involves putting on music in a quiet room and walking around your house while listening; you then attempt to identify certain words and instruments. This helps train your brain to locate and understand sounds with increasing ease and success.

8. Vitamins

The right balance of vitamins and minerals has been shown to improve quality of hearing. Folic acid, B vitamins, magnesium, and zinc all have properties that contribute to better hearing and a healthier body in general. Consider taking a supplement so you get their full effects, but always consult a doctor first - especially if you’re on any other medication.

9. Book a Hearing Test

In most cases of hearing impairment, a test will be needed to see the full extent of your problem and how best to manage it. You may be able to find an online hearing test that provides enough information, although this only applies to minor ear- and hearing-related complaints. For a more comprehensive check-up, book a face-to-face hearing test.

10. Hearing Aids

Some people find the only way to manage their hearing loss is with hearing aids. Fortunately, the days of gigantic trumpets and noticeable devices are now behind us. Depending on the type of hearing aid recommended by your doctor or hearing healthcare professional, you can choose from a variety of models and styles, meaning you’ll look great and hear better all at the same time!
Stephon Glasgow 1 month ago
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) or assistive listening systems include a large variety of devices designed to help you hear sounds in everyday activities. ALDs are available in some public places such as auditoriums, movie theaters, houses of worship, and meeting rooms. They may be used by both normal hearing and hearing impaired people to improve listening in these settings.

ALDs can be used to overcome the negative effects of distance, poor room acoustics, and background noise. To achieve this purpose, many ALDs consist of a microphone near the source of the sound and a receiver near the listener. The listener can usually adjust the volume of the receiver as needed. Careful microphone placement allows the level of the speaker's voice to stay constant regardless of the distance between the speaker and the audience. The speaker's voice is also heard clearly over room noises such as chairs moving, fan motors running, and people talking.

ALDs can be used with or without hearing aids.
Anil 1 month ago
Assistive Listening Devices
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) or assistive listening systems include a large variety of devices designed to help you hear sounds in everyday activities. ALDs are available in some public places such as auditoriums, movie theaters, houses of worship, and meeting rooms. They may be used by both normal hearing and hearing impaired people to improve listening in these settings.

ALDs can be used to overcome the negative effects of distance, poor room acoustics, and background noise. To achieve this purpose, many ALDs consist of a microphone near the source of the sound and a receiver near the listener. The listener can usually adjust the volume of the receiver as needed. Careful microphone placement allows the level of the speaker's voice to stay constant regardless of the distance between the speaker and the audience. The speaker's voice is also heard clearly over room noises such as chairs moving, fan motors running, and people talking.

ALDs can be used with or without hearing aids.

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Cochlear Implants
A cochlear implant is an implanted electronic device that can produce useful hearing sensation by electrically stimulating nerves inside the inner ear. Cochlear implants currently consist of 2 main components:

external component, comprised of an externally worn microphone, sound processor and transmitter system,
internal component, comprised of an implanted receiver and electrode system, which contains the electronic circuits that receive signals from the external system and send electrical signals to the inner ear.
Cochlear implants are different from hearing aids in some aspects:
Implantable Middle Ear Hearing Devices
Implantable Middle Ear Hearing Devices (IMEHD) help increase the transmission of sound to the inner ear. IMEHDs are small implantable devices that are typically attached to one of the tiny bones in the middle ear. When they receive sound waves, IMEHDs vibrate and directly move the middle ear bones. This creates sound vibrations in the inner ear, which helps you to detect the sound. This device is generally used for people with sensorineural hearing loss.

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Bone-anchored Hearing Aids
A bone-anchored hearing aid (BAHA), like a cochlear implant, has both implanted and external components. The implanted component is a small post that is surgically attached to the skull bone behind your ear. The external component is a speech processor which converts sound into vibrations; it connects to the implanted post and transmits sound vibrations directly to the inner ear through the skull, bypassing the middle ear. BAHAs are for people with middle ear problems (usually a mixed hearing loss) or who have no hearing in one ear.

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Personal Sound Amplification Products
Personal Sound Amplification Products (PSAPs), or sound amplifiers, increase environmental sounds for non-hearing impaired consumers. Examples of situations when these products would be used include hunting (listening for prey), bird watching, listening to a lecture with a distant speaker, and listening to soft sounds that would be difficult for normal hearing individuals to hear (e.g., distant conversations, performances). PSAPs are not intended to be used as hearing aids to compensate for hearing impairment
Hugo 1 month ago
Hi, here you are the best I found:
https://www.carecredit.com/hearing/article/improve-your-hearing/
https://www.bootshearingcare.com/hearing/lifestyle/how-to-improve-hearing-10-steps-to-hear-better/
fernando 1 month ago
Exercise is quite possibly the most helpful things you can accomplish for your general wellbeing. Is anyone shocked it's useful for your hearing wellbeing, as well?

Hearing wellbeing experts accept practice expands the blood stream to the ear. Great blood stream is vital for the wellbeing of the small hair cells in the internal ear which are liable for deciphering the sound your ears gather into electrical motivations for your cerebrum to interpret. These hair cells don't recover, so our hearing endures for all time when they kick the bucket or are harmed.

On the off chance that strolling isn't actually a for you happy time, track down another active work you appreciate (climbing, cultivating, or hitting the fairway for instance). The American Heart Association suggests at any rate 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day at any rate five times each week and the uplifting news is, you can split these 30 minutes up into three portions of 10 to 15 minutes of the day. (If it's not too much trouble, check with your PCP prior to starting any active work.)
Md Mominul Islam 1 month ago
Always clean it.
Atharva 1 month ago
Hearing aids are not the only hearing loss treatments available. There are other options, including middle ear implants and cochlear implants. But before you can get a hearing aid or any other hearing device, you need to first find out what's causing your hearing loss. Learn more about cochlear implants for age-related hearing loss.

Step 1: Get Your Hearing Evaluated
The time to see a specialist is as soon as you start experiencing signs of hearing loss:

You're turning up the TV or radio volume louder than usual
You have ringing in your ears
You have trouble distinguishing conversations from background noise
Your family and friends have to repeat themselves
You have difficulty hearing on the telephone
You notice a difference between the right and left ear
The hearing evaluation and treatment typically involve a team of specialists that includes an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) doctor, also called an otolaryngologist, and an audiologist.

"The first thing is to do a complete evaluation of the patient from a head and neck standpoint and understand the nature of the hearing loss," explains Anand K. Devaiah, MD, FACS, associate professor in the department of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery at Boston University School of Medicine.

Many of the medical conditions that can contribute to severe hearing loss, from infections to tumors, are treatable.
"We might be able to intervene from a medical or surgical standpoint first," Devaiah says. Treatments may include:

Using antibiotics to treat ear infections
Surgically correcting anatomical problems with the eardrums or bones of the middle ear
Removing ear wax that blocks the ear canal by washing it out or dissolving it with ear drops
Once any medical cause of hearing loss has been ruled out, you'll undergo a series of hearing tests to evaluate:

Your ability to hear at different pitches and volumes
Your ability to understand speech and tell the difference between similar-sounding words
How well sound passes through your eardrum and middle ear
How well signals are passing from your ears to your brain
Step 2: Know Your Treatment Options
The type and degree of your hearing loss will determine which treatment your audiologist or ENT recommends. Here are some of your options.

Hearing aids fit inside or behind your ear. They electronically amplify the sounds going into your ear, but they don't restore hearing. "A hearing aid will never bring their hearing back to normal, but it will improve their ability to understand speech and to hear the sounds their hearing loss is masking," says Hull Bell.
Your audiologist will use the information from your audiogram to choose the best hearing aid for you. Then the hearing aid will be programmed to accommodate your type and degree of hearing loss. Some hearing aids amplify the higher frequencies to improve speech recognition. Other hearing aids can be programmed to accommodate for specific situations, such as noisy or quiet environments.
Lastly, your audiologist will test the hearing aid in your ear to make sure the amplification works for you. You can also customize your hearing aid further by adding one of these options:
rectional microphones boost the sound coming straight at you so that you have an easier time hearing conversations.
A telephone switch ("T" setting) filters out background noise while you're on the phone. You can also use the "T" setting with the listening systems available in many public facilities to help you hear plays, concerts, meetings, and worship services.
Cochlear implants are electronic devices that create the sensation of sound by directly stimulating hearing nerves in the inner ear.
The benefits of cochlear implants can be dramatic, but they're not for everyone. "It's for those people who really cannot get good benefit from hearing aids," says Hull Bell.
A cochlear implant isn't like a hearing aid. It doesn't amplify what your ears are hearing. Instead, it bypasses your ears and directly stimulates the auditory nerve, which sends the signal straight to your brain. Although cochlear implant surgery is considered to be safe, it is still surgery. So talk with your doctor about the risks.
A new technology that combines a cochlear implant with a hearing aid in the same ear is being tested in clinical trials. This technology may help certain patients with high-frequency hearing loss and some residual hearing in the low frequencies.Researchers are still testing these devices with the goal of improving hearing across the frequency spectrum.
The sound you hear with a cochlear implant is not the same as normal hearing. However, with time and practice a person's performance ability improves. Many cochlear implant users say they're able to hear very well in quiet environments. They also show a lot of improvement when it's noisy. Many use landline and cell phones, and some enjoy music again.
Performance with cochlear implants gets better with time and practice. At first, someone might hear voices but may not be able to understand them very well. The brain will adapt, and this adaptation may improve if the user takes part in aural rehabilitation.
Most people with cochlear implants are satisfied with the results and can actively participate again in the hearing world.
To find out if you qualify for cochlear implants, you'll undergo a thorough hearing loss evaluation. Your ENT will also examine you to make sure you're healthy enough to go through the implant surgery.
Middle ear implants are an option for people who either can't tolerate or don't benefit from hearing aids, but whose hearing loss isn't severe enough for a cochlear implant.
Here's how it works: You wear an external microphone above your ear that picks up sound. The sound is converted into electrical signals, which travel through the skin to an implant that is attached to the tiny bones of the middle ear. The implant enhances the vibration of the middle ear bones and sends those amplified vibrations to the inner ear. Finally, the nerve signal is sent to the brain, where it is recognized as sound.
You can adjust the middle ear implant much like you would program a hearing aid or cochlear implant.
Middle ear implants may not be covered by insurance and can be quite expensive. Once the implant is placed, a person cannot have an MRI scan without removing the implant.
Auditory brain stem implants (ABIs) are different from cochlear implants. Instead of placing the stimulator in the cochlea, an ABI is placed directly on the brain.
Right now, ABIs are only being used in a small group of people who have a missing or nonfunctioning cochlear nerve. This is usually the case for people who have a rare inherited disorder called neurofibromatosis type II (NF-2). There are several centers in the U.S. performing auditory brain stem implant trials in both adults and children without NF-2.
Learn more about the different types and treatments for hearing loss, including hearing aids for low frequency hearing loss, and how they work.

Step 3: Learn How to Use Your Device
Whichever type of severe hearing loss treatment you get, you need to learn how to use it properly.

"They have to put in a lot of effort and they have to be very dedicated to learning how to listen again," says Hull Bell. "You can give them the latest and greatest hearing aid, but if they don't put the time and effort into it, it's not going to be successful."
Before you leave your audiologist's office, make sure you know how to use your new device. Also ask about being enrolled in an aural rehabilitation program. This program can help you improve your communication skills and adjust to your hearing aids.

Keep in touch with your audiologist and/or ENT. They can make adjustments, if needed, to make sure your hearing device continues to work well for you over the long term.

Step 4: Manage Your Hearing Loss
In addition to getting a hearing aid or other hearing device, you can use one of the many hearing-assistive devices available to help you manage your hearing loss:

Infrared systems let you set the TV volume to your own headphones, so the rest of your family doesn't have to listen at full blast.
Closed-captioning prints a text display across the bottom of your TV screen, so you don't miss any of the dialogue in your favorite shows.
Alerting devices use flashing lights to signal sounds, like when the doorbell or phone rings or the smoke alarm goes off. There are even devices that will shake your bed when your alarm clock rings.
TTY telephone is a tele-typewriter that allows a hearing-impaired individual to communicate with people who can hear normally. The conversation from the hearing person is typed and displayed on the TTY to the hearing-impaired person.
Texting on cell phones allows hearing-impaired people to communicate more readily.
Donn 1 month ago
Hearing health professionals believe exercise increases the blood flow to the ear. Good blood flow is essential to the health of the tiny hair cells in the inner ear which are responsible for translating the sound your ears collect into electrical impulses for your brain to translate. These hair cells do not regenerate, so our hearing suffers permanently when they die or are damaged.

If walking isn’t your idea of a good time, find another physical activity you enjoy (hiking, gardening, or golfing for example). The American Heart Association recommends at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day at least five times a week and the good news is, you can break these 30 minutes up into three segments of 10 to 15 minutes per day. (Please check with your doctor before beginning any
Ayokanmi 1 month ago
Hearing aids, surgery, and cochlear implants can all recover a large portion of hearing. However, some people might prefer to go a more natural route and turn to nutrition for hearing loss help
Syahrizal Mohd Sabri 1 month ago
The best way to improve your hearing health is to establish a relationship with a hearing healthcare professional you trust. This professional can administer a base line hearing evaluation to determine the current health of your hearing and monitor it as you grow older. If your family physician can’t recommend someone to care for your hearing, you can find a trusted hearing clinic in Healthy Hearing’s online directory. Then, make the phone call. The 60 seconds you spend scheduling a hearing evaluation may be the quickest, healthiest step you take toward improving your hearing health.
RICARDO GABRIEL CAMACHO GUZMAN 1 month ago
Here is some information that I found on a page called Healthline:
Reversing hearing loss

Hearing loss can be traumatic. Different people have different reactions to hearing loss. For many it can result in social, psychological, and physical problems. If you’re losing or have lost your hearing, it’s understandable to question whether you can reverse hearing loss.

In many cases, you can. We’ll tell you about the three main types of hearing loss and what, if anything, can be done to regain part or all of your hearing.
here is the link for the complete article: https://www.healthline.com/health/reverse-hearing-loss
Akingbade 1 month ago
Stop smoking ,yoga meditate and eat healthy
Bruce Buffer 1 month ago
Assistive Listening Devices
Cochlear Implants
Implantable Middle Ear Hearing Devices
Bone-anchored Hearing Aids
Personal Sound Amplification Products
Phantom13 1 month ago
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) or assistive listening systems include a large variety of devices designed to help you hear sounds in everyday activities. ALDs are available in some public places such as auditoriums, movie theaters, houses of worship, and meeting rooms. ... ALDs can be used with or without hearing aids.
Dhirendra Rajkumar 1 month ago
Dixie Hear Cups Non-Electric Hearing Amplifier
Niinortey 1 month ago
blockage is a reversible cause of hearing loss. Your doctor may remove earwax using suction or a small tool with a loop on the end.
Surgical procedures. Some types of hearing loss can be treated with surgery, including abnormalities of the eardrum or bones of hearing (ossicles). If you've had repeated infections with persistent fluid, your doctor may insert small tubes that help your ears drain.
Rahul Sakhuja 1 month ago
Get some exercise (No gym required)
Your ears detect sounds, but it's your brain that interprets them. Exercises that strengthen your brain's hearing comprehension skills might help make you a better listener. Here are two activities you can try:

Go for a walk in the woods, on the beach or in a similar setting with little man-made noise. Focus on your surroundings and write down everything you hear, from birds chirping to the wind blowing. Repeat this exercise several days in a row to gradually become more attuned to the ambient noise.
Have a partner read aloud to you from a book or magazine on an unfamiliar topic. After each sentence, try to repeat exactly what your partner said. Once you're able to consistently repeat the sentences word-for-word, try the exercise again with the TV on in the background or in a noisy restaurant.
Pass the vitamins
Several vitamins and minerals have been linked to an improvement in ear function and hearing.1

Folic acid promotes circulation to your ears, as well as energy production in the cells responsible for hearing.
Magnesium aids healthy nerve function in the auditory system and helps prevent damage to the inner lining of your arteries.
Zinc protects the hair cells within your ear, which are responsible for emitting the vibrations that send electrical signals to your brain. Zinc also supports your body's immune system, helping prevent ear infections.
B vitamins offer a host of potential benefits for your ears, including regulation of fluid levels and optimization of oxygen use.
Skip the smokes
If smokers need yet another health-related reason to quit, here it is: Research indicates that this habit can more than double your risk of hearing loss.2 That's because blood flow and oxygen are crucial to maintaining healthy cells in your inner ear, and both are hampered by nicotine and carbon monoxide. Smoking also irritates the lining of your middle ear and disturbs the normal function of your Eustachian tube. Nicotine has been shown to cause ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and some experts believe it may interfere with the neurotransmitters that carry messages from your hearing nerve to your brain.2

Get tested
While hearing loss can't be reversed, you might be able to prevent it from getting worse with a few simple lifestyle changes. Early detection is key, however, so have your hearing checked annually. To learn how you can use a CareCredit credit card to pay* for hearing tests and hearing aids, visit www.carecredit.com.

Ear wax explained
Also known as cerumen, ear wax is a natural defense mechanism that protects the inside of your ear from foreign particles, bacteria and infection. It is secreted by special glands located in your outer ear, and varies in color and consistency from person to person.

While a small amount of ear wax is beneficial, a buildup of excess ear wax can cause mild hearing loss and discomfort. If you suspect you have a blockage, see your doctor. Never attempt to dig it out yourself, as you risk impacting the wax farther into your ear and damaging the delicate lining of your ear canal or eardrum.3

1. "What did you say? Natural ways to prevent hearing loss," NYR Natural News, Oct. 23, 2012, http://www.nyrnaturalnews.com/article/what-did-you-say-natural-ways-to-prevent-hearing-loss/, accessed Sept. 16, 2013

2. "Smoking and hearing loss," HealthyHearing.com, Jan. 10, 2013, http://www.healthyhearing.com/content/articles/Hearing-loss/Causes/50940-Smoking-and-hearing-loss, accessed Sept. 30, 2013

3. "Earwax blockage," MayoClinic.com, http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/earwax-blockage/DS00052, 3. accessed Oct. 7, 2013
sebastian 1 month ago
Deppends on the cause.
If it is a transmission effect, it would be helpful to clean you external auditory canal.
But if its a neurological condition, i'm afraid there's no way around it that is less invasive than an electronic device
Theo Earney 1 month ago
- Clean you ears regularly as wax can build up.
- get some exercise
- Pass the vitamins
- Skip the smokes
BaniBright 1 month ago
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) or assistive listening systems include a large variety of devices designed to help you hear sounds in everyday activities. ALDs are available in some public places such as auditoriums, movie theaters, houses of worship, and meeting rooms. They may be used by both normal hearing and hearing impaired people to improve listening in these settings.

ALDs can be used to overcome the negative effects of distance, poor room acoustics, and background noise. To achieve this purpose, many ALDs consist of a microphone near the source of the sound and a receiver near the listener. The listener can usually adjust the volume of the receiver as needed. Careful microphone placement allows the level of the speaker's voice to stay constant regardless of the distance between the speaker and the audience. The speaker's voice is also heard clearly over room noises such as chairs moving, fan motors running, and people talking.

ALDs can be used with or without hearing aids.

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Cochlear Implants
A cochlear implant is an implanted electronic device that can produce useful hearing sensation by electrically stimulating nerves inside the inner ear. Cochlear implants currently consist of 2 main components:

external component, comprised of an externally worn microphone, sound processor and transmitter system,
internal component, comprised of an implanted receiver and electrode system, which contains the electronic circuits that receive signals from the external system and send electrical signals to the inner ear.
Cochlear implants are different from hearing aids in some aspects:

Hearing Aids Cochlear Implants
Hearing aids are indicated for individuals with all degrees of hearing loss (from mild to profound). Cochlear implants are indicated only for individuals with severe-profound hearing loss.
Most hearing aids are not implanted (although some bone-conduction hearing aids have an implanted component). Cochlear implants are composed of both internal (implanted) and external components. A surgical procedure is needed to place the internal components.
In hearing aids, sound is amplified and conveyed through both the outer and middle ear and finally to the sensory receptor cells (hair cells) in the inner ear. The hair cells convert the sound energy into neural signals that are picked up by the auditory nerve. Cochlear implants bypass the outer and middle ears, and the damaged hair cells and replace their functions by converting sound energy into electrical energy that directly stimulates the auditory nerve.
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Implantable Middle Ear Hearing Devices
Implantable Middle Ear Hearing Devices (IMEHD) help increase the transmission of sound to the inner ear. IMEHDs are small implantable devices that are typically attached to one of the tiny bones in the middle ear. When they receive sound waves, IMEHDs vibrate and directly move the middle ear bones. This creates sound vibrations in the inner ear, which helps you to detect the sound. This device is generally used for people with sensorineural hearing loss.

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Bone-anchored Hearing Aids
A bone-anchored hearing aid (BAHA), like a cochlear implant, has both implanted and external components. The implanted component is a small post that is surgically attached to the skull bone behind your ear. The external component is a speech processor which converts sound into vibrations; it connects to the implanted post and transmits sound vibrations directly to the inner ear through the skull, bypassing the middle ear. BAHAs are for people with middle ear problems (usually a mixed hearing loss) or who have no hearing in one ear.

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Personal Sound Amplification Products
Personal Sound Amplification Products (PSAPs), or sound amplifiers, increase environmental sounds for non-hearing impaired consumers. Examples of situations when these products would be used include hunting (listening for prey), bird watching, listening to a lecture with a distant speaker, and listening to soft sounds that would be difficult for normal hearing individuals to hear (e.g., distant conversations, performances). PSAPs are not intended to be used as hearing aids to compensate for hearing impairment.
Rufus 1 month ago
Some believers of natural treatment suggest cajeput essential oil can reverse hearing loss naturally. Massage a few drops of cajeput essential oil behind and in front of your ears to improve your ability to hear.
alfredo garcia 1 month ago
Listen up to the following recommendations.
Get some exercise (No gym required) Your ears detect sounds, but it's your brain that interprets them. ...
Pass the vitamins. Several vitamins and minerals have been linked to an improvement in ear function and hearing. ...
Skip the smokes. ...
Get tested. ...
Ear wax explained.
Raj Kumar 1 month ago
Go to some noice less place and focus your hearing on some tiny noise made by nature..it will definitely help
khaled890 1 month ago
A drop of honey into the affected ear every 8 hours improves the hearing after 14days
Praveen Rana 1 month ago
You can do a few things to improve your hearing naturally and they are:-
Take a walk
Exercise is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your overall health. Is it any surprise it’s good for your hearing health, too?

Hearing health professionals believe exercise increases the blood flow to the ear. Good blood flow is essential to the health of the tiny hair cells in the inner ear which are responsible for translating the sound your ears collect into electrical impulses for your brain to translate. These hair cells do not regenerate, so our hearing suffers permanently when they die or are damaged.

If walking isn’t your idea of a good time, find another physical activity you enjoy (hiking, gardening, or golfing for example). The American Heart Association recommends at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day at least five times a week and the good news is, you can break these 30 minutes up into three segments of 10 to 15 minutes per day.
Stop smoking
If you’ve been waiting for a good reason to stop smoking, here’s one: Smoking is linked to hearing loss. According to research from the University of Manchester in the UK, smokers are 28 percent more likely to develop hearing loss than non-smokers. The risk for hearing loss increased along with the number of packs of cigarettes smoked and the amount of time the individual had been smoking.
Turn down the volume
Without a doubt, the easiest way to prevent hearing loss is to reduce the volume of the noise in your environment. The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) estimates 26 million Americans have hearing loss that may have been caused by exposure to noise. The good news? Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is completely preventable. The NIDCD lists these suggestions for protecting your hearing from the effects of too much noise:

Know which noises in your environment are damaging (85 decibels or louder).
Wear hearing protection whenever you know you’ll be exposed to loud noise.
If you can’t protect your hearing from the loud noise, move away from it.
Protect the hearing of children who are too young to protect themselves.
Christine Sayson 1 month ago
While there is no way to fully restore hearing, there are many different kinds of treatments for hearing loss. Hearing aids, surgery, and cochlear implants can all recover a large portion of hearing. However, some people might prefer to go a more natural route and turn to nutrition for hearing loss help.
vijit singh 1 month ago
Five things you can do to improve your hearing health
Contributed by Debbie Clason, staff writer, Healthy Hearing
Last updated June 2, 2020

Whether you've been diagnosed with hearing loss or not, there are things you can do to minimize the risk of it getting worse, as well as improve your overall health at the same time. They include these five action items:

Two friends take an enjoyable walk.
Taking a walk is one easy way you can
help improve your hearing health.
Scientists believe exercise increases
blood flow to the inner ear.
Wear your hearing aids
If you’ve been diagnosed with hearing loss and the hearing healthcare provider prescribed hearing aids as a treatment, you’ll be doing yourself a big favor if you wear them as recommended.

Amplification provides the "brain boost" your ears need to send sound waves to the auditory region of the brain, where it’s processed as recognizable sound. If hearing loss is left untreated, the part of the brain that process auditory signals can atrophy or reassign itself to focus on other brain functions, making it much harder to hear.

Your hearing isn’t the only part of your body that benefits when you wear your hearing aids:

Overall general health improves, too. Research indicates people who wear hearing aids experience added health benefits. The effort you’re expending trying to hear your grandchild tell you a story when you aren’t wearing hearing aids could be the energy you spend taking her to the park when you do.
Mental health can suffer if you don’t treat hearing loss, especially if you’ve been isolating yourself from social gatherings because you can’t hear well. There's a strong correlation between hearing loss and depression among adults in the United States. Other study results indicate relationships between untreated hearing loss and increased anger, anxiety and social isolation.
Take a walk
Exercise is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your overall health. Is it any surprise it’s good for your hearing health, too?

Hearing health professionals believe exercise increases the blood flow to the ear. Good blood flow is essential to the health of the tiny hair cells in the inner ear which are responsible for translating the sound your ears collect into electrical impulses for your brain to translate. These hair cells do not regenerate, so our hearing suffers permanently when they die or are damaged.

If walking isn’t your idea of a good time, find another physical activity you enjoy (hiking, gardening, or golfing for example). The American Heart Association recommends at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day at least five times a week and the good news is, you can break these 30 minutes up into three segments of 10 to 15 minutes per day. (Please check with your doctor before beginning any physical activity.)

Stop smoking
If you’ve been waiting for a good reason to stop smoking, here’s one: Smoking is linked to hearing loss. According to research from the University of Manchester in the UK, smokers are 28 percent more likely to develop hearing loss than non-smokers. The risk for hearing loss increased along with the number of packs of cigarettes smoked and the amount of time the individual had been smoking. The study was published in the May 29, 2014 issue of the Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology.

Medical professionals believe the nicotine and carbon monoxide in cigarettes tighten your blood vessels, effectively starving your inner ear of the oxygen it needs to keep hair cells in the cochlea healthy. Nicotine can also affect the neurotransmitters in the auditory nerve, preventing them from correctly processing sound.

Fortunately, kicking the habit is almost immediately beneficial to your health. The American Heart Association says your lungs will begin to heal themselves as soon as you stop smoking. Those who quit also reduce their risk of developing heart disease, lung cancer and early death from smoking-related disease. Many smoking cessation programs are offered at no charge or reduced cost. The AHA lists these resources to help you quit smoking.

Turn down the volume
Without a doubt, the easiest way to prevent hearing loss is to reduce the volume of the noise in your environment. The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) estimates 26 million Americans have hearing loss that may have been caused by exposure to noise. The good news? Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is completely preventable. The NIDCD lists these suggestions for protecting your hearing from the effects of too much noise:

Know which noises in your environment are damaging (85 decibels or louder).
Wear hearing protection whenever you know you’ll be exposed to loud noise.
If you can’t protect your hearing from the loud noise, move away from it.
Protect the hearing of children who are too young to protect themselves.
For many of us, just turning down the volume on the television, car radio and personal electronic device is equally beneficial. By the way, if you find you have to have the volume turned up in order to hear, it may be time to have your hearing evaluated by a hearing healthcare professional.

Schedule a hearing evaluation
The best way to improve your hearing health is to establish a relationship with a hearing healthcare professional you trust. This professional can administer a base line hearing evaluation to determine the current health of your hearing and monitor it as you grow older. If your family physician can’t recommend someone to care for your hearing, you can find a trusted hearing clinic in Healthy Hearing’s online directory. Then, make the phone call. The 60 seconds you spend scheduling a hearing evaluation may be the quickest, healthiest step you take toward improving your hearing health.
Kiven David 1 month ago
https://www.fda.gov/medical-devices/hearing-aids/other-products-and-devices-improve-hearing
zhengkhole zhengkhole 1 month ago
Go to some noice less place and focus your hearing on some tiny noise made by nature..it will definitely help
DavidCollinsAm1 1 month ago
Herbs for Hearing Loss: Spearmint
Folic acid is proven to be extremely important to ear health. According to a 2010 study that was comprised of 126 people aged 60 or older, age-related hearing loss is linked with low levels of folic acid. Dried spearmint is a fun way to up your folic acid intake—you can use it in desserts or make it into a nice hot tea. Folic acid can also be found in leafy greens, avocados, beets, and beans.
Edralyn Lastimosa 1 month ago
Yes!
To reduce the risk of permanent hearing damage, you can:

Turn down the volume on your stereo, TV, and especially the headset on your music player.
Wear earplugs if you're going to a loud concert or other event (you'll still hear the music). Special protective earmuffs are a good idea if you operate a lawn mower or leaf or snow blower, or at a particularly loud event, like a car race. (Cotton in the ear doesn't provide enough protection.)

If you feel your hearing is different after being at an event with a lot of noise (for example, you need to ask people to repeat what they're saying), it means you're probably experiencing a temporary hearing loss due to noise. Don't worry, it will go away (usually after a good night's sleep), but it means that next time you want to participate in the same event, you should wear protection for your ears to avoid a permanent hearing loss.
See your doctor right away if you suspect any problems with your hearing, and get your hearing tested on a regular basis.
Melchor de guzman jr 1 month ago
Munka-Kör Foundation for The Hearing Impaired was established in 2004.

Our mission is to help people with disabilities, hearing impaired and deaf people getting a job. Furthermore, it is especially important for us to popularize their integrated employment on the labour market, to create information which is accessible for everyone.

Our goal is to strengthen their social inclusion with integrated employment, with giving them advice personally and online, with making physical and infocommunications accessible for them, with organizing trainings. We do these activities with the help of fellow-helpers, which is an unique method in our country.

Our goal is to create a form of knowledge which is accessible for everyone, in order to do that we share and promote information, knowledge and good practices. As part of that, we make videos every day with a simple text, with sign language and subtitles. All the news, fact sheets, information, guides, descriptions of different professions, events, jobs, activities to safeguard their interests improve the equal opportunities and quality of life of the target group, including their family members and their environment.

Our working method in everyday work

Basically, for every project we take part in we have to win applications, which is not an easy task. Besides that, every project is a tool for our colleagues to develop their skills. We have to prepare our partners for that, because we often work more slowly because of these learning processes and because of communication difficulties we make more mistakes than a usual workplace.

Our foundation gives advice to the hearing impaired personally or online, as well as to their family. We help the development of hearing impaired individuals from different age-groups, primarily through different developments in our foundation. They work in several different fields, thus they gain experience in the working processes of information technology, accountancy, finance, employment, maintenance, gardening, creative work, administration, marketing, translation, using multimedia devices, vocabulary development, gastronomy.

We encourage them to show and share their knowledge while doing their chosen activities. So everyone shares his or her knowledge with the others, they always learn something while working, in order to gain marketable knowledge during that time that they spend with us. Our work also includes helping the integration of the hearing impaired and developing accessibility for them. Audio mentors, work assistants with different education (mainly hearing people) are involved in these working processes. Thus our hearing impaired colleagues are much more motivated to find a workplace on the labour market, which fits their actual knowledge and where they can earn more money or where the place where they work is more advantageous for them. We develop a „network” in which everyone becomes a helper or a teacher. We have a lot of experience in the fields of listening comprehension, vocabulary development, lip reading, using sign language and teaching.

If we hear about any novelties, opportunities, news, information in connection with the hearing impaired, which improve their communication skills and living conditions, we share them with our colleagues and clients, we give lectures and workshops for those who are interested. We are in contact with Hungarian authorities, employers, service providers, educational institutions and with the relatives of the hearing impaired. We provide services for about 500 people a year, our work is more and more far-reaching. Currently we have 27 colleagues with disabilities, 15 of them are hearing impaired, they have good relations with other hearing impaired people, which strengthens our influence. We can keep up our work only if we have at least four mentors instead of the current situation in which we have just one or two.

In educational material development projects of international programs (Erasmus+ projects with Polish, Greek, Italian, Spanish, German partners) we deal prominently with the preparation of descriptions of different professions, dictionaries, methological materials for tourism, gastronomy, gardening and for the joinery industry. With the help of these, both the employees and their employers can understand and solve their tasks more easily. We do our activities together with well-prepared universities, educational institutions and non-governmental organizations, in English. That is why we have more and more visually impaired colleagues who have good English skills. That is how a disadvantage becomes an advantage.
Sadin 1 month ago
Cochlear implant
Obilor 1 month ago
I think a drop of warm honey will help
Udit Mukherjee 1 month ago
Take a walk
Exercise is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your overall health. Is it any surprise it’s good for your hearing health, too?

Hearing health professionals believe exercise increases the blood flow to the ear. Good blood flow is essential to the health of the tiny hair cells in the inner ear which are responsible for translating the sound your ears collect into electrical impulses for your brain to translate. These hair cells do not regenerate, so our hearing suffers permanently when they die or are damaged.

If walking isn’t your idea of a good time, find another physical activity you enjoy (hiking, gardening, or golfing for example). The American Heart Association recommends at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day at least five times a week and the good news is, you can break these 30 minutes up into three segments of 10 to 15 minutes per day. (Please check with your doctor before beginning any physical activity.)

Stop smoking
If you’ve been waiting for a good reason to stop smoking, here’s one: Smoking is linked to hearing loss. According to research from the University of Manchester in the UK, smokers are 28 percent more likely to develop hearing loss than non-smokers. The risk for hearing loss increased along with the number of packs of cigarettes smoked and the amount of time the individual had been smoking. The study was published in the May 29, 2014 issue of the Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology.

Medical professionals believe the nicotine and carbon monoxide in cigarettes tighten your blood vessels, effectively starving your inner ear of the oxygen it needs to keep hair cells in the cochlea healthy. Nicotine can also affect the neurotransmitters in the auditory nerve, preventing them from correctly processing sound.

Fortunately, kicking the habit is almost immediately beneficial to your health. The American Heart Association says your lungs will begin to heal themselves as soon as you stop smoking. Those who quit also reduce their risk of developing heart disease, lung cancer and early death from smoking-related disease. Many smoking cessation programs are offered at no charge or reduced cost. The AHA lists these resources to help you quit smoking.

Turn down the volume
Without a doubt, the easiest way to prevent hearing loss is to reduce the volume of the noise in your environment. The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) estimates 26 million Americans have hearing loss that may have been caused by exposure to noise. The good news? Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is completely preventable. The NIDCD lists these suggestions for protecting your hearing from the effects of too much noise:

Know which noises in your environment are damaging (85 decibels or louder).
Wear hearing protection whenever you know you’ll be exposed to loud noise.
If you can’t protect your hearing from the loud noise, move away from it.
Protect the hearing of children who are too young to protect themselves.
For many of us, just turning down the volume on the television, car radio and personal electronic device is equally beneficial. By the way, if you find you have to have the volume turned up in order to hear, it may be time to have your hearing evaluated by a hearing healthcare professional.

Schedule a hearing evaluation
The best way to improve your hearing health is to establish a relationship with a hearing healthcare professional you trust. This professional can administer a base line hearing evaluation to determine the current health of your hearing and monitor it as you grow older. If your family physician can’t recommend someone to care for your hearing, you can find a trusted hearing clinic in Healthy Hearing’s online directory. Then, make the phone call. The 60 seconds you spend scheduling a hearing evaluation may be the quickest, healthiest step you take toward improving your hearing health.
Shaikha 1 month ago
Keeping the ear clean from wax, infections and keep it dry before putting the electronic device , keep the electronic device clean always when you wear and remove
If you have Clover honey (that became from Alfalfa plant and it is not heavy) you can put just one drop before you get sleep
Samuel Terwase 1 month ago
Assistive Listening Devices
Cochlear Implants
Implantable Middle Ear Hearing Devices
Bone-anchored Hearing Aids
Personal Sound Amplification Products
ARNEL NARADA CARABEO 1 month ago
Yes! By Using Assistive Listening Devices,
Cochlear Implants, Implantable Middle Ear Hearing Devices, Bone-anchored Hearing Aids and Personal Sound Amplification Products or Sound Amplifiers
ARNEL NARADA CARABEO 1 month ago
Yes! By Using Assistive Listening Devices,
Cochlear Implants, Implantable Middle Ear Hearing Devices, Bone-anchored Hearing Aids and Personal Sound Amplification Products or Sound Amplifiers
frozenfire 1 month ago
drop of honey on a daily basis in the effected hear
Nandafeh 1 month ago
- Caring for the ear canal
- Eat nutrient-rich foods
- Decrease the use of headphones or leave it at low volume
- Physical activities
- Work the focus in noisy places
- Practice sound recognition
ahmedmustafaome 1 month ago
Many cases of hearing loss or deafness are not preventable; however, hearing loss caused by loud noise can be prevented, and prevention efforts can start at any age (even in teens). There are steps you can take to reduce your risk of this type of hearing loss.

The intensity of sound is measured in units called decibels, and any sounds over 80 decibels are considered hazardous with prolonged exposure. These include things like loud music, sirens and engines, and power tools such as jackhammers and leaf blowers.

To reduce the risk of permanent hearing damage, you can:

Turn down the volume on your stereo, TV, and especially the headset on your music player.
Wear earplugs if you're going to a loud concert or other event (you'll still hear the music). Special protective earmuffs are a good idea if you operate a lawn mower or leaf or snow blower, or at a particularly loud event, like a car race. (Cotton in the ear doesn't provide enough protection.)

If you feel your hearing is different after being at an event with a lot of noise (for example, you need to ask people to repeat what they're saying), it means you're probably experiencing a temporary hearing loss due to noise. Don't worry, it will go away (usually after a good night's sleep), but it means that next time you want to participate in the same event, you should wear protection for your ears to avoid a permanent hearing loss.
See your doctor right away if you suspect any problems with your hearing, and get your hearing tested on a regular basis.
Alvin Besario 1 month ago
While the field of audiology has seen impressive advances in hearing aid technology, there are several easy, natural things you can do on your own that may help hone your sense of hearing before professional intervention becomes necessary. Listen up to the following recommendations.

Get some exercise (No gym required)
Your ears detect sounds, but it's your brain that interprets them. Exercises that strengthen your brain's hearing comprehension skills might help make you a better listener. Here are two activities you can try:

Go for a walk in the woods, on the beach or in a similar setting with little man-made noise. Focus on your surroundings and write down everything you hear, from birds chirping to the wind blowing. Repeat this exercise several days in a row to gradually become more attuned to the ambient noise.
Have a partner read aloud to you from a book or magazine on an unfamiliar topic. After each sentence, try to repeat exactly what your partner said. Once you're able to consistently repeat the sentences word-for-word, try the exercise again with the TV on in the background or in a noisy restaurant.
Pass the vitamins
Several vitamins and minerals have been linked to an improvement in ear function and hearing.1

Folic acid promotes circulation to your ears, as well as energy production in the cells responsible for hearing.
Magnesium aids healthy nerve function in the auditory system and helps prevent damage to the inner lining of your arteries.
Zinc protects the hair cells within your ear, which are responsible for emitting the vibrations that send electrical signals to your brain. Zinc also supports your body's immune system, helping prevent ear infections.
B vitamins offer a host of potential benefits for your ears, including regulation of fluid levels and optimization of oxygen use.
Skip the smokes
If smokers need yet another health-related reason to quit, here it is: Research indicates that this habit can more than double your risk of hearing loss.2 That's because blood flow and oxygen are crucial to maintaining healthy cells in your inner ear, and both are hampered by nicotine and carbon monoxide. Smoking also irritates the lining of your middle ear and disturbs the normal function of your Eustachian tube. Nicotine has been shown to cause ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and some experts believe it may interfere with the neurotransmitters that carry messages from your hearing nerve to your brain.2

Get tested
While hearing loss can't be reversed, you might be able to prevent it from getting worse with a few simple lifestyle changes. Early detection is key, however, so have your hearing checked annually. To learn how you can use a CareCredit credit card to pay* for hearing tests and hearing aids, visit www.carecredit.com.

Ear wax explained
Also known as cerumen, ear wax is a natural defense mechanism that protects the inside of your ear from foreign particles, bacteria and infection. It is secreted by special glands located in your outer ear, and varies in color and consistency from person to person.

While a small amount of ear wax is beneficial, a buildup of excess ear wax can cause mild hearing loss and discomfort. If you suspect you have a blockage, see your doctor. Never attempt to dig it out yourself, as you risk impacting the wax farther into your ear and damaging the delicate lining of your ear canal or eardrum.3

1. "What did you say? Natural ways to prevent hearing loss," NYR Natural News, Oct. 23, 2012, http://www.nyrnaturalnews.com/article/what-did-you-say-natural-ways-to-prevent-hearing-loss/, accessed Sept. 16, 2013

2. "Smoking and hearing loss," HealthyHearing.com, Jan. 10, 2013, http://www.healthyhearing.com/content/articles/Hearing-loss/Causes/50940-Smoking-and-hearing-loss, accessed Sept. 30, 2013

3. "Earwax blockage," MayoClinic.com, http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/earwax-blockage/DS00052, 3. accessed Oct. 7, 2013

* Subject to credit approval.
ahmedmustafaome 1 month ago
In some cases, surgery may help improve hearing but they are rarely considered a first-line treatment in adults with mild to moderate hearing loss. Common surgeries performed on the ears include:
Alvin Besario 1 month ago
Take a walk
Exercise is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your overall health. Is it any surprise it’s good for your hearing health, too?

Hearing health professionals believe exercise increases the blood flow to the ear. Good blood flow is essential to the health of the tiny hair cells in the inner ear which are responsible for translating the sound your ears collect into electrical impulses for your brain to translate. These hair cells do not regenerate, so our hearing suffers permanently when they die or are damaged.

If walking isn’t your idea of a good time, find another physical activity you enjoy (hiking, gardening, or golfing for example). The American Heart Association recommends at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day at least five times a week and the good news is, you can break these 30 minutes up into three segments of 10 to 15 minutes per day. (Please check with your doctor before beginning any physical activity.)

Stop smoking
If you’ve been waiting for a good reason to stop smoking, here’s one: Smoking is linked to hearing loss. According to research from the University of Manchester in the UK, smokers are 28 percent more likely to develop hearing loss than non-smokers. The risk for hearing loss increased along with the number of packs of cigarettes smoked and the amount of time the individual had been smoking. The study was published in the May 29, 2014 issue of the Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology.

Medical professionals believe the nicotine and carbon monoxide in cigarettes tighten your blood vessels, effectively starving your inner ear of the oxygen it needs to keep hair cells in the cochlea healthy. Nicotine can also affect the neurotransmitters in the auditory nerve, preventing them from correctly processing sound.

Fortunately, kicking the habit is almost immediately beneficial to your health. The American Heart Association says your lungs will begin to heal themselves as soon as you stop smoking. Those who quit also reduce their risk of developing heart disease, lung cancer and early death from smoking-related disease. Many smoking cessation programs are offered at no charge or reduced cost. The AHA lists these resources to help you quit smoking.

Turn down the volume
Without a doubt, the easiest way to prevent hearing loss is to reduce the volume of the noise in your environment. The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) estimates 26 million Americans have hearing loss that may have been caused by exposure to noise. The good news? Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is completely preventable. The NIDCD lists these suggestions for protecting your hearing from the effects of too much noise:

Know which noises in your environment are damaging (85 decibels or louder).
Wear hearing protection whenever you know you’ll be exposed to loud noise.
If you can’t protect your hearing from the loud noise, move away from it.
Protect the hearing of children who are too young to protect themselves.
For many of us, just turning down the volume on the television, car radio and personal electronic device is equally beneficial. By the way, if you find you have to have the volume turned up in order to hear, it may be time to have your hearing evaluated by a hearing healthcare professional.

Schedule a hearing evaluation
The best way to improve your hearing health is to establish a relationship with a hearing healthcare professional you trust. This professional can administer a base line hearing evaluation to determine the current health of your hearing and monitor it as you grow older. If your family physician can’t recommend someone to care for your hearing, you can find a trusted hearing clinic in Healthy Hearing’s online directory. Then, make the phone call. The 60 seconds you spend scheduling a hearing evaluation may be the quickest, healthiest step you take toward improving your hearing health.
ahmedmustafaome 1 month ago
Alternative medicine is big business in the U.S. These days, essential oils in particular have been touted as "natural" remedies for everything from anxiety and depression to allergies and the flu virus. We have even seen some claims about essential oils that help hearing loss and tinnitus. The research doesn't bear this out.

We've also looked into the claims that acupuncture might help hearing loss. After reviewing the research, we found little to indicate acupuncture will restore lost hearing. It may reduce anxiety, though, which is important for people with tinnitus. One remedy that does have some evidence behind it? CBD oil. While the studies were small and preliminary, researchers found that CBD oil may help with tinnitus relief.
KABWE KABWE 1 month ago
Getting ears cleaned regularly actually helps, two drops of vegetable oil melts up the wax which creates a clean and wax free ear
Youssef lafdidine 1 month ago
I think it's possible
Abdul Hakeem 1 month ago
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Five things you can do to improve your hearing health
Contributed by Debbie Clason, staff writer, Healthy Hearing
Last updated June 2, 2020

Whether you've been diagnosed with hearing loss or not, there are things you can do to minimize the risk of it getting worse, as well as improve your overall health at the same time. They include these five action items:

Two friends take an enjoyable walk.
Taking a walk is one easy way you can help improve your hearing health. Scientists believe exercise increases blood flow to the inner ear.
Wear your hearing aids
If you’ve been diagnosed with hearing loss and the hearing healthcare provider prescribed hearing aids as a treatment, you’ll be doing yourself a big favor if you wear them as recommended.

Amplification provides the "brain boost" your ears need to send sound waves to the auditory region of the brain, where it’s processed as recognizable sound. If hearing loss is left untreated, the part of the brain that process auditory signals can atrophy or reassign itself to focus on other brain functions, making it much harder to hear.

Your hearing isn’t the only part of your body that benefits when you wear your hearing aids:

Overall general health improves, too. Research indicates people who wear hearing aids experience added health benefits. The effort you’re expending trying to hear your grandchild tell you a story when you aren’t wearing hearing aids could be the energy you spend taking her to the park when you do.
Mental health can suffer if you don’t treat hearing loss, especially if you’ve been isolating yourself from social gatherings because you can’t hear well. There's a strong correlation between hearing loss and depression among adults in the United States. Other study results indicate relationships between untreated hearing loss and increased anger, anxiety and social isolation.
Take a walk
Exercise is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your overall health. Is it any surprise it’s good for your hearing health, too?

Hearing health professionals believe exercise increases the blood flow to the ear. Good blood flow is essential to the health of the tiny hair cells in the inner ear which are responsible for translating the sound your ears collect into electrical impulses for your brain to translate. These hair cells do not regenerate, so our hearing suffers permanently when they die or are damaged.

If walking isn’t your idea of a good time, find another physical activity you enjoy (hiking, gardening, or golfing for example). The American Heart Association recommends at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day at least five times a week and the good news is, you can break these 30 minutes up into three segments of 10 to 15 minutes per day. (Please check with your doctor before beginning any physical activity.)

Stop smoking
If you’ve been waiting for a good reason to stop smoking, here’s one: Smoking is linked to hearing loss. According to research from the University of Manchester in the UK, smokers are 28 percent more likely to develop hearing loss than non-smokers. The risk for hearing loss increased along with the number of packs of cigarettes smoked and the amount of time the individual had been smoking. The study was published in the May 29, 2014 issue of the Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology.

Medical professionals believe the nicotine and carbon monoxide in cigarettes tighten your blood vessels, effectively starving your inner ear of the oxygen it needs to keep hair cells in the cochlea healthy. Nicotine can also affect the neurotransmitters in the auditory nerve, preventing them from correctly processing sound.

Fortunately, kicking the habit is almost immediately beneficial to your health. The American Heart Association says your lungs will begin to heal themselves as soon as you stop smoking. Those who quit also reduce their risk of developing heart disease, lung cancer and early death from smoking-related disease. Many smoking cessation programs are offered at no charge or reduced cost. The AHA lists these resources to help you quit smoking.

Turn down the volume
Without a doubt, the easiest way to prevent hearing loss is to reduce the volume of the noise in your environment. The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) estimates 26 million Americans have hearing loss that may have been caused by exposure to noise. The good news? Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is completely preventable. The NIDCD lists these suggestions for protecting your hearing from the effects of too much noise:

Know which noises in your environment are damaging (85 decibels or louder).
Wear hearing protection whenever you know you’ll be exposed to loud noise.
If you can’t protect your hearing from the loud noise, move away from it.
Protect the hearing of children who are too young to protect themselves.
For many of us, just turning down the volume on the television, car radio and personal electronic device is equally beneficial. By the way, if you find you have to have the volume turned up in order to hear, it may be time to have your hearing evaluated by a hearing healthcare professional.

Schedule a hearing evaluation
The best way to improve your hearing health is to establish a relationship with a hearing healthcare professional you trust. This professional can administer a base line hearing evaluation to determine the current health of your hearing and monitor it as you grow older. If your family physician can’t recommend someone to care for your hearing, you can find a trusted hearing clinic in Healthy Hearing’s online directory. Then, make the phone call. The 60 seconds you spend scheduling a hearing evaluation may be the quickest, healthiest step you take toward improving your hearing health.
Medfathallah 1 month ago
Heat some garlic in olive oil let it cool and drop some it will cleanse your ear.
Paras suthar 1 month ago
Take should be ayurvedic medicine and go on naturopathic .
Paras suthar 1 month ago
Take should be ayurvedic medicine and go on naturopathic .
mohamed 1 month ago
Four things you can do to improve your hearing health:

Whether you've been diagnosed with hearing loss or not, there are things you can do to minimize the risk of it getting worse, as well as improve your overall health at the same time. They include these five action items
Slide man 1 month ago
Get some exercise (No gym required)
Your ears detect sounds, but it's your brain that interprets them. Exercises that strengthen your brain's hearing comprehension skills might help make you a better listener. Here are two activities you can try:

Go for a walk in the woods, on the beach or in a similar setting with little man-made noise. Focus on your surroundings and write down everything you hear, from birds chirping to the wind blowing. Repeat this exercise several days in a row to gradually become more attuned to the ambient noise.
Have a partner read aloud to you from a book or magazine on an unfamiliar topic. After each sentence, try to repeat exactly what your partner said. Once you're able to consistently repeat the sentences word-for-word, try the exercise again with the TV on in the background or in a noisy restaurant.
Pass the vitamins
Several vitamins and minerals have been linked to an improvement in ear function and hearing.1

Folic acid promotes circulation to your ears, as well as energy production in the cells responsible for hearing.
Magnesium aids healthy nerve function in the auditory system and helps prevent damage to the inner lining of your arteries.
Zinc protects the hair cells within your ear, which are responsible for emitting the vibrations that send electrical signals to your brain. Zinc also supports your body's immune system, helping prevent ear infections.
B vitamins offer a host of potential benefits for your ears, including regulation of fluid levels and optimization of oxygen use.
Skip the smokes
If smokers need yet another health-related reason to quit, here it is: Research indicates that this habit can more than double your risk of hearing loss.2 That's because blood flow and oxygen are crucial to maintaining healthy cells in your inner ear, and both are hampered by nicotine and carbon monoxide. Smoking also irritates the lining of your middle ear and disturbs the normal function of your Eustachian tube. Nicotine has been shown to cause ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and some experts believe it may interfere with the neurotransmitters that carry messages from your hearing nerve to your brain.2

Get tested
While hearing loss can't be reversed, you might be able to prevent it from getting worse with a few simple lifestyle changes. Early detection is key, however, so have your hearing checked annually. To learn how you can use a CareCredit credit card to pay* for hearing tests and hearing aids, visit www.carecredit.com.

Ear wax explained
Also known as cerumen, ear wax is a natural defense mechanism that protects the inside of your ear from foreign particles, bacteria and infection. It is secreted by special glands located in your outer ear, and varies in color and consistency from person to person.

While a small amount of ear wax is beneficial, a buildup of excess ear wax can cause mild hearing loss and discomfort. If you suspect you have a blockage, see your doctor. Never attempt to dig it out yourself, as you risk impacting the wax farther into your ear and damaging the delicate lining of your ear canal or eardrum.3
Rockeyp 1 month ago
Avoid Water dropping in the Ear and avoid using Earphones often
Efehustles 1 month ago
Get some activity (No rec center required)

Your ears recognize sounds, yet it's your cerebrum that deciphers them. Activities that reinforce your mind's hearing perception abilities may help make you a superior audience. Here are two exercises you can attempt:

Take a stroll in the forested areas, on the sea shore or in a comparable setting with little man-made commotion. Zero in on your environmental factors and record all that you hear, from birds trilling to the breeze blowing. Rehash this activity a few days straight to steadily turn out to be more receptive to the surrounding commotion.

Have an accomplice perused so anyone might hear to you from a book or magazine on a new theme. After each sentence, attempt to rehash precisely what your accomplice said. When you're ready to reliably rehash the sentences in exactly the same words, attempt the activity again with the television on behind the scenes or in a boisterous eatery.

Pass the nutrients

A few nutrients and minerals have been connected to an improvement in ear work and hearing.1

Folic corrosive elevates dissemination to your ears, just as energy creation in the phones answerable for hearing.

Magnesium helps solid nerve work in the hear-able framework and forestalls harm to the internal coating of your courses.

Zinc secures the hair cells inside your ear, which are liable for producing the vibrations that convey electrical messages to your mind. Zinc likewise upholds your body's safe framework, forestalling ear diseases.

B nutrients offer a large group of expected advantages for your ears, including guideline of liquid levels and enhancement of oxygen use.

Skirt the smokes

On the off chance that smokers need one more wellbeing related motivation to stop, here it is: Exploration demonstrates that this propensity can dramatically increase your danger of hearing loss.2 That is on the grounds that blood stream and oxygen are critical to keeping up solid cells in your inward ear, and both are hampered by nicotine and carbon monoxide. Smoking additionally bothers the covering of your center ear and upsets the ordinary capacity of your Eustachian tube. Nicotine has been appeared to cause ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and a few specialists trust it might meddle with the synapses that convey messages from your hearing nerve to your brain.2

Get tried

While hearing misfortune can't be switched, you could possibly keep it from deteriorating with a couple of straightforward way of life changes. Early location is vital, be that as it may, so have your hearing checked yearly. To figure out how you can utilize a CareCredit charge card to pay* for hearing tests and listening devices, visit www.carecredit.com.

Ear wax clarified

Otherwise called cerumen, ear wax is a characteristic safeguard component that shields within your ear from unfamiliar particles, microorganisms and disease. It is emitted by uncommon organs situated in your external ear, and differs in shading and consistency from one individual to another.

While a modest quantity of ear wax is useful, a development of overabundance ear wax can cause gentle hearing misfortune and inconvenience. On the off chance that you speculate you have a blockage, see your PCP. Never endeavor to uncover it yourself, as you hazard affecting the wax farther into your ear and harming the sensitive coating of your ear channel or eardrum.
Pbloom 1 month ago
Meditation

More and more, people are turning to meditation for improving their hearing health. This is because relaxing and taking deep breaths increases blood flow to the brain - which can help you become more attuned to sounds that may have otherwise escaped your attention. Despite being a mental exercise rather than a physical self-care activity, meditation can prove helpful for those looking to better engage with their hearing.
Apollo Ngangbam 1 month ago
Here are some tips:
Improve the overall health of the brain for better hearing results.
Do yoga exercises.
Meditate for better concentration skills and hearing.
Stop smoking.
Don’t use cotton buds or Q-tips for cleaning your ear.
Protect your ears from loud noises.
Change your diet for better hearing(like foods containing vitamin A, C and E)
Apollo Ngangbam 1 month ago
Here are some tips:
Improve the overall health of the brain for better hearing results.
Do yoga exercises.
Meditate for better concentration skills and hearing.
Stop smoking.
Don’t use cotton buds or Q-tips for cleaning your ear.
Protect your ears from loud noises.
Change your diet for better hearing(like foods containing vitamin A, C and E)
Jitesh malhotra 1 month ago
Leave these long copy paste answers.
Just replace batteries of good quality and put some drops of medicated hydrogen (after concerning with ur doctor) in ears.

Thanks
Have a better listening 👂 ❤️
Jitesh malhotra 1 month ago
Leave these long copy paste answers 🤮 just reduce using headphones and massage ur ear for thrice a day with hand u cAn also use vibrator it will make u feel even better and put some drops of medicated hydrogen (after concerning with ur doctor) in ears.

Thanks
Have a better listening 👂 ❤️
Richie Bella 1 month ago
The pitter-patter of raindrops. A friend’s laughter. A mother’s loving voice. The world is filled with so many wonderful sounds.

Sadly, not every child is able to hear these sounds. Every day, countless children are missing out on the sounds of life.
Ali Joel 1 month ago
The hearing technology landscape is ever evolving and encompasses a wide range of products—from traditional hearing aids regulated as medical devices to consumer-technology products and hearing assistive technologies—with the overall goal of enabling the user to hear and communicate better in their homes (e.g., television), in public spaces (e.g., movies and lectures), and through phones or other communications products and systems. Both the access to and the affordability of these technologies are a concern in the United States and across the globe. Many people with hearing loss do not have hearing aids or other technologies. Of those who do have hearing aids, some choose not to use them. There are regulatory and policy challenges as well as research and design opportunities for improving hearing technologies so that they better meet the needs of individuals with hearing loss.
This chapter examines the broad range of hearing-related technologies. After a brief overview of the hearing technology landscape, including a discussion of the extent of use of these technologies and user satisfaction, the chapter examines studies on hearing aid efficacy and effectiveness (the nature and scope of the market is discussed in Chapter 5). The chapter then delves into the U.S. regulatory structure for hearing aids and other products that address hearing loss. The chapter closes with the committee’s recommendations on next steps for improving the accessibility and availability of hearing health care technology. Because the committee was charged to focus on nonsurgical interventions, the chapter does not address cochlear implants or implantable bone conduction hearing aids in detail.
stefan 1 month ago
A drop of honey into the ear can help
Junior 1 month ago
Com mel a cada 8 horas
Raihan 1 month ago
A drop of honey everyday could help
baris04gs 1 month ago
get a full body Swedish massage . it will normally include
Eniola Muideen olalekan 1 month ago
A drop of honey in the affected ear
Alexis Vega 1 month ago
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) or assistive listening systems include a large variety of devices designed to help you hear sounds in everyday activities. ALDs are available in some public places such as auditoriums, movie theaters, houses of worship, and meeting rooms. ... ALDs can be used with or without hearing aids.
Zackary Bell 1 month ago
Read this information found online. Should answer your question! https://www.healthline.com/health/reverse-hearing-loss
Majesty okwosi 1 month ago
Stop wearing ear plugs and don't allow water to enter your ears
Furkan Çağlar 1 month ago
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İşitme kayıpları, gençlik hatta çocukluk döneminde bile yaşanabiliyor. Farklı nedenlerden kaynaklanabilen işitme kayıplarında nedene göre çeşitli tedavi uygulanabiliyor. Dünyada sadece Japonya ve Türkiye'de tercih, iç kulakta işitmeyi tercih tüylü hücrelerin sayısı ve niteliğini artırmaya yönelik tedavi yöntemi, yeni bir umut oluşturuyor. “Lycrex-1” adını veren Memorial Ataşehir Hastanesi Kulak Burun Boğaz Hastalıkları Bölümü'nden Prof.Dr. Cem Devge, işitme kayıpları ve bilgileri tedavi yöntemleri hakkında bilgi verdi.

Aşırı gürültüden uzak durun

İşitme kayıplarının farklı nedeni olabilmektedir. Kaynaklandığının bilinmesi tedavi planının doğru olarak yapılabilmesi için gerekli. Ülkemizde çok önemsenmeyen aşırı sese maruz kalmak, işitme kayıplarına yol açabilmektedir. Akustik travmalar iç kulakta duymayı uygulamak tüylü hücrelerin demek yayın azalmaya neden olabiliyor. Özellikle aşırı gürültülü meslek gruplarında çalışan bu olumsuz etkiyi azaltmak gerekir.

Ağrı kesiciler işiteceğini seçtiğinizebilir

Kullanılan bazı ilaç işitme kayıplarına zemin hazırlayabilmektedir. Özellikle çok sık kullanılan ağrı kesiciler, kemoterapi ilaçları ve bazı antibiyotikler iç kulaktaki tüylü hücrelere zarar verebilmektedir. Bunun dışında ani işitme kayıplarına yol açabilmektedir.

İşitme kaybından önce dengeniz bozulabilir

Az, orta ya da ileri düzeylerde işitme kayıpları yaşamın belli bir dönemde ortaya çıkabilmektedir. Kişi bazen bu durum fark edemeyebilir. İşitme sistemi ile denge sistemi iç kulakta anatomik olarak yan yana olduğu, bazen işitme kayıplarından önce denge problemleri yaşanabilir. Denge bozukluğu ile ilgili daha sonra işitme kayıplarıyla devam eden birçok hastalık bulunmaktadır. Bunun için denge sorunları yaşandığında işitme kaybı olup olmadığını kontrol etmek gerekir. İç kulağın beslenmesindeki yetersizliklerden ya da iç kulaktaki dokusal bozukluklardan kaynaklanabilen bu tür durumlara müdahale edilmesinden işitme kaybı düzeltilebilmektedir.

Diyabet ve tiroit hastalıklarını kontrol altında tutun

Diyabet ve tiroit bezinin az çalışması da işitme sistemini etkilemektedir. Ayrıca, romatizmal hastalıklar ve bağışıklık sistemini ilgilendiren rahatsızlıklar hem orta kulak hem de iç kulakta sorunlara yol açarak işitme kaybına neden olabilmektedir. Bazı nörolojik hastalıklar da koku alma bozukluğuyla başlayarak daha sonra işitme sorunlarıyla ortaya çıkabilmektedir.

Hem kendinizi hem çocuğunuzu aşılatın

Herhangi bir yaşta geçirilen kızamık, menenjit, sifiliz, kızamıkçık ve kabakulak gibi hastalıklar işitme sistemini etkileyebilmektedir. Hamile iken geçirilen kızamıkçık, toksoplasma, CMV gibi enfeksiyon hastalıkları yenidoğan bebekte işitsel sorunlara yol açabilmektedir. Gerekli aşıları hem annenin hem de bebeğin zamanında yaptırması, bu tür işitme kayıplarına karşı alınabilecek önlemlerin başında gelmektedir.


Çocuğunuzun orta kulak iltihabını ihmal etmeyin

Çocuklarda tekrarlayan ve uzun süre tedavi edilmeyen orta kulak enfeksiyonları ilerleyen dönemde işitme sorunları olarak karşımıza çıkabilmektedir. Çocukluk döneminde sık yaşanabilen orta kulak enfeksiyonları ya da orta kulakta sıvı birikimleri 3-4 ayı geçiyorsa müdahalede geç kalınmamalıdır. Uzun süre devam eden basit orta kulak problemlerine bağlı işitme kayıpları, ileri dönemlerde çocuklarda işitme sırasında gerçekleşen beyinsel işlemleme bozukluklarına ve seslerin algılanmasında bozulmalara yol açmaktadır. Bununla birlikte her orta kulak enfeksiyonu ya da sıvı toplanmasında orta kulağa tüp takılması da doğru bir yaklaşım değildir.

Tedavide umut veren yöntem: Lycrex

İşitme fizyolojisindeki bozukluklar çok değişik tiplerde olabileceğinden tedaviler de çok çeşitli olabilmektedir. Orta kulak enfeksiyonlarının tedavisi için antibiyotikler kullanılırken, işitme sistemini etkileyen bağışıklık sistemi hastalıklarının tedavisi için ise steroid ve kemoterapötik ilaçlar kullanılabilmektedir. İşitme kayıplarının rehabilitasyonunda işitme cihazları, orta kulak ve iç kulak implantları kullanılabilirken, iç kulak tüylü hücrelerinin enerji seviyelerini artırıcı lazer ya da yüksek enerjili fotonik elektromanyetik dalgalar gibi özellikli yöntemler de tedavide gündeme gelebilmektedir.

İşitme kayıplarının tedavisinde tüylü hücrelerin sayısını artırmaya yönelik olarak Memorial Ataşehir Hastanesi’nde geliştirilen “Lycrex-1” yöntemi hastalar için yeni bir umut olmaktadır. Lycrex-1 yöntemi ile iç kulakta uyuyan destek hücreleri bulunarak nöral veya sinirsel büyüme faktörlerinin uygulanması ile bu hücrelerin tüylü hücrelere doğru farklılaşmaları sağlanıp, yeni fonksiyonel tüylü hücreler oluşturulması amaçlanmaktadır. İlk olarak Japonya’da başlayan uygulama Prof. Dr. Cem Devge tarafından geliştirilerek Türkiye’de de uygulanmaktadır. Lycrex-1 yöntemi ile kulağın işittiği bir ya da birden fazla ses frekansında %5-15 arasında iyileşme elde edilebilmektedir.

Tam sağır olan ve iç kulaklarında tüylü hücreler bulunmayan hastalar, koklear implant veya beyin sapı implantları uygulamaları ile işitebilmektedir. İleri ve orta düzeyde işitme kaybına sahip hastalara ise, işitme cihazlarından veya orta kulak implantlarından fayda görebilirler. Ancak, bir hastanın işitme cihazından veya orta kulak implantından fayda görebilmesi için, azımsanmayacak derecede işitme yeteneğine sahip olması gerekmektedir. İleri düzeyde işitme kaybına sahip hastaların iç kulakları o kadar az sayıda canlı tüylü hücre içerir ki bu durum onlara işitme cihazlarından faydalanma olanağı vermemektedir. Lycrex-1 tedavisi bir yandan işitme cihazı kullanması gereken hastalara cihaz kullanmadan işitebilme olanağı sunabilirken, diğer yandan da kullanmaya çalıştıkları işitme cihazları ile bile duyamayan hastalar, en azından işitme cihazından fayda görebilecek duruma gelmektedir. Lycrex-1 tedavisine erken başlanması başarı oranlarını artırmaktadır.
kani 1 month ago
POTASSIUM!!!!
Potassium is responsible for regulating the amount of fluid in your blood and body tissue. This can be important for your hearing health because the fluid in the inner ear converts frequencies into electrical impulses that the brain interprets as sound and is connected to a rich source of potassium. The level of this fluid naturally decreases as we age. Therefore, potassium should not be ignored.
What's Included: Potatoes, spinach, lima beans, tomatoes, raisins, apricots, bananas, melons, oranges, yogurt and milk. Don't forget to make your favorite salads and eat foods rich in potassium.
Lepas Ibou 1 month ago
The terms "assistive device" or "assistive technology" refer to devices that help ... can refer to any device that helps a person with hearing loss or a voice, speech, ... With the development of digital and wireless technologies, more and more ... in the same way as larger scale systems and can be used to help ...
Lepas Ibou 1 month ago
The terms "assistive device" or "assistive technology" refer to devices that help ... can refer to any device that helps a person with hearing loss or a voice, speech, ... With the development of digital and wireless technologies, more and more ... in the same way as larger scale systems and can be used to help ...
Lepas Ibou 1 month ago
The terms "assistive device" or "assistive technology" refer to devices that help ... can refer to any device that helps a person with hearing loss or a voice, speech, ... With the development of digital and wireless technologies, more and more ... in the same way as larger scale systems and can be used to help ...
Sirceijneb 1 month ago
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) or assistive listening systems include a large variety of devices designed to help you hear sounds in everyday activities. ALDs are available in some public places such as auditoriums, movie theaters, houses of worship, and meeting rooms. They may be used by both normal hearing and hearing impaired people to improve listening in these settings.

ALDs can be used to overcome the negative effects of distance, poor room acoustics, and background noise. To achieve this purpose, many ALDs consist of a microphone near the source of the sound and a receiver near the listener. The listener can usually adjust the volume of the receiver as needed. Careful microphone placement allows the level of the speaker's voice to stay constant regardless of the distance between the speaker and the audience. The speaker's voice is also heard clearly over room noises such as chairs moving, fan motors running, and people talking.

ALDs can be used with or without hearing aids.

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Cochlear Implants
A cochlear implant is an implanted electronic device that can produce useful hearing sensation by electrically stimulating nerves inside the inner ear. Cochlear implants currently consist of 2 main components:

external component, comprised of an externally worn microphone, sound processor and transmitter system,
internal component, comprised of an implanted receiver and electrode system, which contains the electronic circuits that receive signals from the external system and send electrical signals to the inner ear.
Cochlear implants are different from hearing aids in some aspects:

Hearing Aids Cochlear Implants
Hearing aids are indicated for individuals with all degrees of hearing loss (from mild to profound). Cochlear implants are indicated only for individuals with severe-profound hearing loss.
Most hearing aids are not implanted (although some bone-conduction hearing aids have an implanted component). Cochlear implants are composed of both internal (implanted) and external components. A surgical procedure is needed to place the internal components.
In hearing aids, sound is amplified and conveyed through both the outer and middle ear and finally to the sensory receptor cells (hair cells) in the inner ear. The hair cells convert the sound energy into neural signals that are picked up by the auditory nerve. Cochlear implants bypass the outer and middle ears, and the damaged hair cells and replace their functions by converting sound energy into electrical energy that directly stimulates the auditory nerve.
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Implantable Middle Ear Hearing Devices
Implantable Middle Ear Hearing Devices (IMEHD) help increase the transmission of sound to the inner ear. IMEHDs are small implantable devices that are typically attached to one of the tiny bones in the middle ear. When they receive sound waves, IMEHDs vibrate and directly move the middle ear bones. This creates sound vibrations in the inner ear, which helps you to detect the sound. This device is generally used for people with sensorineural hearing loss.

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Bone-anchored Hearing Aids
A bone-anchored hearing aid (BAHA), like a cochlear implant, has both implanted and external components. The implanted component is a small post that is surgically attached to the skull bone behind your ear. The external component is a speech processor which converts sound into vibrations; it connects to the implanted post and transmits sound vibrations directly to the inner ear through the skull, bypassing the middle ear. BAHAs are for people with middle ear problems (usually a mixed hearing loss) or who have no hearing in one ear.
shiine 1 month ago
Some believers of natural treatment suggest cajeput essential oil can reverse hearing loss naturally. Massage a few drops of cajeput essential oil behind and in front of your ears to improve your ability to hear.
shiine 1 month ago
Some believers of natural treatment suggest cajeput essential oil can reverse hearing loss naturally. Massage a few drops of cajeput essential oil behind and in front of your ears to improve your ability to hear.
ogbapu 1 month ago
How to improve your hearing naturally

Struggling to hear the television? Always asking others to repeat themselves? You're not alone: Approximately 35 million Americans have some degree of hearing loss.1

While the field of audiology has seen impressive advances in hearing aid technology, there are several easy, natural things you can do on your own that may help hone your sense of hearing before professional intervention becomes necessary. Listen up to the following recommendations.

Get some exercise (No gym required)
Your ears detect sounds, but it's your brain that interprets them. Exercises that strengthen your brain's hearing comprehension skills might help make you a better listener. Here are two activities you can try:

Go for a walk in the woods, on the beach or in a similar setting with little man-made noise. Focus on your surroundings and write down everything you hear, from birds chirping to the wind blowing. Repeat this exercise several days in a row to gradually become more attuned to the ambient noise.
Have a partner read aloud to you from a book or magazine on an unfamiliar topic. After each sentence, try to repeat exactly what your partner said. Once you're able to consistently repeat the sentences word-for-word, try the exercise again with the TV on in the background or in a noisy restaurant.
Pass the vitamins
Several vitamins and minerals have been linked to an improvement in ear function and hearing.

Folic acid promotes circulation to your ears, as well as energy production in the cells responsible for hearing.
Magnesium aids healthy nerve function in the auditory system and helps prevent damage to the inner lining of your arteries.
Zinc protects the hair cells within your ear, which are responsible for emitting the vibrations that send electrical signals to your brain. Zinc also supports your body's immune system, helping prevent ear infections.
B vitamins offer a host of potential benefits for your ears, including regulation of fluid levels and optimization of oxygen use.
Skip the smokes
If smokers need yet another health-related reason to quit, here it is: Research indicates that this habit can more than double your risk of hearing loss. That's because blood flow and oxygen are crucial to maintaining healthy cells in your inner ear, and both are hampered by nicotine and carbon monoxide. Smoking also irritates the lining of your middle ear and disturbs the normal function of your Eustachian tube. Nicotine has been shown to cause ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and some experts believe it may interfere with the neurotransmitters that carry messages from your hearing nerve to your brain.

Ear wax explained
Also known as cerumen, ear wax is a natural defense mechanism that protects the inside of your ear from foreign particles, bacteria and infection. It is secreted by special glands located in your outer ear, and varies in color and consistency from person to person.

While a small amount of ear wax is beneficial, a buildup of excess ear wax can cause mild hearing loss and discomfort. If you suspect you have a blockage, see your doctor. Never attempt to dig it out yourself, as you risk impacting the wax farther into your ear and damaging the delicate lining of your ear canal or eardrum.
Jermany Elston 1 month ago
Use an ear wax candle to drain your ears of any blockage
Vy Sokhamphou 1 month ago
Get some activity

Your ears identify sounds, yet it's your mind that deciphers them. Activities that reinforce your mind's hearing cognizance abilities may help make you a superior audience. Here are two exercises you can attempt:

Take a stroll in the forested areas, on the sea shore or in a comparable setting with little man-made commotion. Zero in on your environmental factors and record all that you hear, from birds peeping to the breeze blowing. Rehash this activity a few days straight to step by step turn out to be more receptive to the surrounding commotion.

Have an accomplice perused so anyone might hear to you from a book or magazine on a new subject. After each sentence, attempt to rehash precisely what your accomplice said. When you're ready to reliably rehash the sentences in exactly the same words, attempt the activity again with the TV on behind the scenes or in a boisterous eatery.

Pass the nutrients

A few nutrients and minerals have been connected to an improvement in ear capacity and hearing.

Folic corrosive elevates flow to your ears, just as energy creation in the phones answerable for hearing.

Magnesium helps sound nerve work in the hear-able framework and forestalls harm to the internal coating of your veins.

Zinc ensures the hair cells inside your ear, which are answerable for emanating the vibrations that convey electrical messages to your cerebrum. Zinc likewise upholds your body's insusceptible framework, forestalling ear diseases.

B nutrients offer a large group of expected advantages for your ears, including guideline of liquid levels and enhancement of oxygen use.

Skirt the smokes

On the off chance that smokers need one more wellbeing related motivation to stop, here it is: Research demonstrates that this propensity can dramatically increase your danger of hearing loss.2 That's since blood stream and oxygen are urgent to keeping up sound cells in your internal ear, and both are hampered by nicotine and carbon monoxide. Smoking additionally bothers the coating of your center ear and upsets the typical capacity of your Eustachian tube. Nicotine has been appeared to cause ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and a few specialists trust it might meddle with the synapses that convey messages from your hearing nerve to your cerebrum.

Get tried

While hearing misfortune can't be turned around, you could possibly keep it from deteriorating with a couple of straightforward way of life changes. Early location is critical, in any case, so have your hearing checked every year. To figure out how you can utilize a CareCredit Visa to pay* for hearing tests and portable amplifiers, visit www.carecredit.com.

Ear wax clarified

Otherwise called cerumen, ear wax is a characteristic safeguard instrument that shields within your ear from unfamiliar particles, microorganisms and disease. It is discharged by exceptional organs situated in your external ear, and differs in shading and consistency from one individual to another.

While a modest quantity of ear wax is useful, a development of abundance ear wax can cause gentle hearing misfortune and distress. In the event that you speculate you have a blockage, see your primary care physician. Never endeavor to uncover it yourself, as you hazard affecting the wax farther into your ear and harming the sensitive coating of your ear trench or eardrum.
Anson 1 month ago
1.Don't use headsets in high volume
2.frequently clean the ears with water or earbuds
3.Never use any other things to put inside the sars
Timmy 1 month ago
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Edelyn Clariza 1 month ago
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) or assistive listening systems include a large variety of devices designed to help you hear sounds in everyday activities. ALDs are available in some public places such as auditoriums, movie theaters, houses of worship, and meeting rooms. They may be used by both normal hearing and hearing impaired people to improve listening in these settings.

ALDs can be used to overcome the negative effects of distance, poor room acoustics, and background noise. To achieve this purpose, many ALDs consist of a microphone near the source of the sound and a receiver near the listener. The listener can usually adjust the volume of the receiver as needed. Careful microphone placement allows the level of the speaker's voice to stay constant regardless of the distance between the speaker and the audience. The speaker's voice is also heard clearly over room noises such as chairs moving, fan motors running, and people talking.

ALDs can be used with or without hearing aids.
Harsh Dwivedi 1 month ago
Boots Hearingcare takes a look at how to improve hearing and what you can do right now to hear better...
-Meditation. More and more, people are turning to meditation for improving their --~hearing health. ...
~Stop Smoking. ...
~Yoga. ...
~Turn Down the Volume. ...
~Check for Ear Wax. ...
~Exercise Daily. ...
~Focus and Locate Sounds. ...
~Vitamins.
ma9 1 month ago
wow, very interesting, didn't know it!
Riyas 1 month ago
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) or assistive listening systems include a large variety of devices designed to help you hear sounds in everyday activities. ALDs are available in some public places such as auditoriums, movie theaters, houses of worship, and meeting rooms.ALDs can be used with or without hearing aids
Nipun 1 month ago
getting your ears clean and don't use earphones
Rajdeep mukherjee 1 month ago
A drop of honey into the affected ear every 8 hours improves the hearing after 14days
Daniel 1 month ago
Oiga música relajante su oído oirás las diferentes melodías,pero el cerebro es quien las procesa,entoces las habilidades de los nervios de audición del cerebro se fortalecen y eso alludaria a q escuche mejor.
BTC000Master 1 month ago
1) Wear your hearing aids
2) Take a walk
3) Stop smoking
4) Turn down the volume
5) Schedule a hearing evaluation
Emmanuel 1 month ago
A drop of honey twice a day can also help in improving hearing
Babs 1 month ago
I would suggest the following
1
Meditation. More and more, people are turning to meditation for improving their hearing health. ...
2
Stop Smoking. ...
3
Yoga. ...
4
Turn Down the Volume. ...
5
Check for Ear Wax. ...
6
Exercise Daily. ...
7
Focus and Locate Sounds. ...
8
Vitamins.
Jeremy Mun 1 month ago
watch out on your volume levels while using earphones
ujeshj 1 month ago
yes, dm me to get answe
Adegoke 1 month ago
Supporters of natural healing recommend drinking ginger tea. To make your own, boil the following in a covered pot for 15 minutes:

4 cups water
3 slices fresh ginger
1 tablespoon cilantro
1 tablespoon cinnamon
1 tablespoon oregano
1 tablespoon rosemary
1 tablespoon sage
After boiling, strain and drink three cups a day for a minimum of three weeks.
Cho 1 month ago
Wash carefully.
Avoid extra loud music/sound.
Also, doctors can make clean it up for you if you ask for it, that would be the best recommendation.
Sarah Copas 1 month ago
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Amplification provides the "brain boost" your ears need to send sound waves to the auditory region of the brain, where it’s processed as recognizable sound. If hearing loss is left untreated, the part of the brain that process auditory signals can atrophy or reassign itself to focus on other brain functions, making it much harder to hear.

Your hearing isn’t the only part of your body that benefits when you wear your hearing aids:

Overall general health improves, too. Research indicates people who wear hearing aids experience added health benefits. The effort you’re expending trying to hear your grandchild tell you a story when you aren’t wearing hearing aids could be the energy you spend taking her to the park when you do.
Mental health can suffer if you don’t treat hearing loss, especially if you’ve been isolating yourself from social gatherings because you can’t hear well. There's a strong correlation between hearing loss and depression among adults in the United States. Other study results indicate relationships between untreated hearing loss and increased anger, anxiety and social isolation.
Take a walk
Exercise is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your overall health. Is it any surprise it’s good for your hearing health, too?

Hearing health professionals believe exercise increases the blood flow to the ear. Good blood flow is essential to the health of the tiny hair cells in the inner ear which are responsible for translating the sound your ears collect into electrical impulses for your brain to translate. These hair cells do not regenerate, so our hearing suffers permanently when they die or are damaged.

If walking isn’t your idea of a good time, find another physical activity you enjoy (hiking, gardening, or golfing for example). The American Heart Association recommends at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day at least five times a week and the good news is, you can break these 30 minutes up into three segments of 10 to 15 minutes per day. (Please check with your doctor before beginning any physical activity.)

Stop smoking
If you’ve been waiting for a good reason to stop smoking, here’s one: Smoking is linked to hearing loss. According to research from the University of Manchester in the UK, smokers are 28 percent more likely to develop hearing loss than non-smokers. The risk for hearing loss increased along with the number of packs of cigarettes smoked and the amount of time the individual had been smoking. The study was published in the May 29, 2014 issue of the Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology.

Medical professionals believe the nicotine and carbon monoxide in cigarettes tighten your blood vessels, effectively starving your inner ear of the oxygen it needs to keep hair cells in the cochlea healthy. Nicotine can also affect the neurotransmitters in the auditory nerve, preventing them from correctly processing sound.

Fortunately, kicking the habit is almost immediately beneficial to your health. The American Heart Association says your lungs will begin to heal themselves as soon as you stop smoking. Those who quit also reduce their risk of developing heart disease, lung cancer and early death from smoking-related disease. Many smoking cessation programs are offered at no charge or reduced cost. The AHA lists these resources to help you quit smoking.

Turn down the volume
Without a doubt, the easiest way to prevent hearing loss is to reduce the volume of the noise in your environment. The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) estimates 26 million Americans have hearing loss that may have been caused by exposure to noise. The good news? Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is completely preventable. The NIDCD lists these suggestions for protecting your hearing from the effects of too much noise:

Know which noises in your environment are damaging (85 decibels or louder).
Wear hearing protection whenever you know you’ll be exposed to loud noise.
If you can’t protect your hearing from the loud noise, move away from it.
Protect the hearing of children who are too young to protect themselves.
For many of us, just turning down the volume on the television, car radio and personal electronic device is equally beneficial. By the way, if you find you have to have the volume turned up in order to hear, it may be time to have your hearing evaluated by a hearing healthcare professional.

Schedule a hearing evaluation
The best way to improve your hearing health is to establish a relationship with a hearing healthcare professional you trust. This professional can administer a base line hearing evaluation to determine the current health of your hearing and monitor it as you grow older. If your family physician can’t recommend someone to care for your hearing, you can find a trusted hearing clinic in Healthy Hearing’s online directory. Then, make the phone call. The 60 seconds you spend scheduling a hearing evaluation may be the quickest, healthiest step you take toward improving your hearing health.

Debbie Clason, staff writer, Healthy Hearing
Debbie ClasonDebbie Clason holds a master's degree from Indiana University. Her impressive client list includes financial institutions, real estate developers, physicians, pharmacists and nonprofit organizations. Read more about Debbie.

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Holy 1 month ago
While you can't retain normal hearing forever, there are things you can do ... Taking a walk is one easy way you can help improve your hearing health. ... television, car radio and personal electronic device is equally beneficial.
Holy 1 month ago
While you can't retain normal hearing forever, there are things you can do ... Taking a walk is one easy way you can help improve your hearing health. ... television, car radio and personal electronic device is equally beneficial.
pranav 1 month ago
you can see videos in youtube
GuiYel 1 month ago
I recommend you to rely of technology advances, by choosing the best discreet and volume level appropriate hearing aids. As hearing loss may gradually decline whether you wear hearing aids or not. If you don’t wear hearing aids your ability to hear won’t necessarily get worse, but your discrimination of speech is likely to get worse faster than if you were to wear hearing aids.
Sanjay Suhrethu 1 month ago
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) or assistive listening systems include a large variety of devices designed to help you hear sounds in everyday activities. ALDs are available in some public places such as auditoriums, movie theaters, houses of worship, and meeting rooms.
alazart 1 month ago
Assistive Listening Devices
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) or assistive listening systems include a large variety of devices designed to help you hear sounds in everyday activities. ALDs are available in some public places such as auditoriums, movie theaters, houses of worship, and meeting rooms. They may be used by both normal hearing and hearing impaired people to improve listening in these settings.

ALDs can be used to overcome the negative effects of distance, poor room acoustics, and background noise. To achieve this purpose, many ALDs consist of a microphone near the source of the sound and a receiver near the listener. The listener can usually adjust the volume of the receiver as needed. Careful microphone placement allows the level of the speaker's voice to stay constant regardless of the distance between the speaker and the audience. The speaker's voice is also heard clearly over room noises such as chairs moving, fan motors running, and people talking.
Horaa Dhekeba 1 month ago
Get some exercise (No gym required)
Your ears detect sounds, but it's your brain that interprets them. Exercises that strengthen your brain's hearing comprehension skills might help make you a better listener. Here are two activities you can try:

Go for a walk in the woods, on the beach or in a similar setting with little man-made noise. Focus on your surroundings and write down everything you hear, from birds chirping to the wind blowing. Repeat this exercise several days in a row to gradually become more attuned to the ambient noise.
Have a partner read aloud to you from a book or magazine on an unfamiliar topic. After each sentence, try to repeat exactly what your partner said. Once you're able to consistently repeat the sentences word-for-word, try the exercise again with the TV on in the background or in a noisy restaurant.
Pass the vitamins
Several vitamins and minerals have been linked to an improvement in ear function and hearing.1

Folic acid promotes circulation to your ears, as well as energy production in the cells responsible for hearing.
Magnesium aids healthy nerve function in the auditory system and helps prevent damage to the inner lining of your arteries.
Zinc protects the hair cells within your ear, which are responsible for emitting the vibrations that send electrical signals to your brain. Zinc also supports your body's immune system, helping prevent ear infections.
B vitamins offer a host of potential benefits for your ears, including regulation of fluid levels and optimization of oxygen use.
Skip the smokes
If smokers need yet another health-related reason to quit, here it is: Research indicates that this habit can more than double your risk of hearing loss.2 That's because blood flow and oxygen are crucial to maintaining healthy cells in your inner ear, and both are hampered by nicotine and carbon monoxide. Smoking also irritates the lining of your middle ear and disturbs the normal function of your Eustachian tube. Nicotine has been shown to cause ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and some experts believe it may interfere with the neurotransmitters that carry messages from your hearing nerve to your brain.2

Get tested
While hearing loss can't be reversed, you might be able to prevent it from getting worse with a few simple lifestyle changes. Early detection is key, however, so have your hearing checked annually. To learn how you can use a CareCredit credit card to pay* for hearing tests and hearing aids, visit www.carecredit.com.

Ear wax explained
Also known as cerumen, ear wax is a natural defense mechanism that protects the inside of your ear from foreign particles, bacteria and infection. It is secreted by special glands located in your outer ear, and varies in colo
shrey gupta 1 month ago
Listen up to the following recommendations:-
Get some exercise (No gym required) Your ears detect sounds, but it's your brain that interprets them. ...
Pass the vitamins. Several vitamins and minerals have been linked to an improvement in ear function and hearing. ...
Skip the smokes. ...
Get tested. ...
Ear wax explained.

1.Take a walk
Exercise is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your overall health. Is it any surprise it’s good for your hearing health, too?

Hearing health professionals believe exercise increases the blood flow to the ear. Good blood flow is essential to the health of the tiny hair cells in the inner ear which are responsible for translating the sound your ears collect into electrical impulses for your brain to translate. These hair cells do not regenerate, so our hearing suffers permanently when they die or are damaged.

If walking isn’t your idea of a good time, find another physical activity you enjoy (hiking, gardening, or golfing for example). The American Heart Association recommends at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day at least five times a week and the good news is, you can break these 30 minutes up into three segments of 10 to 15 minutes per day. (Please check with your doctor before beginning any physical activity.)
2.Turn down the volume
Without a doubt, the easiest way to prevent hearing loss is to reduce the volume of the noise in your environment. The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) estimates 26 million Americans have hearing loss that may have been caused by exposure to noise. The good news? Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is completely preventable. The NIDCD lists these suggestions for protecting your hearing from the effects of too much noise:

Know which noises in your environment are damaging (85 decibels or louder).
Wear hearing protection whenever you know you’ll be exposed to loud noise.
If you can’t protect your hearing from the loud noise, move away from it.
Protect the hearing of children who are too young to protect themselves.
shrey gupta 1 month ago
Listen up to the following recommendations:-
Get some exercise (No gym required) Your ears detect sounds, but it's your brain that interprets them. ...
Pass the vitamins. Several vitamins and minerals have been linked to an improvement in ear function and hearing. ...
Skip the smokes. ...
Get tested. ...
Ear wax explained.

1.Take a walk
Exercise is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your overall health. Is it any surprise it’s good for your hearing health, too?

Hearing health professionals believe exercise increases the blood flow to the ear. Good blood flow is essential to the health of the tiny hair cells in the inner ear which are responsible for translating the sound your ears collect into electrical impulses for your brain to translate. These hair cells do not regenerate, so our hearing suffers permanently when they die or are damaged.

If walking isn’t your idea of a good time, find another physical activity you enjoy (hiking, gardening, or golfing for example). The American Heart Association recommends at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day at least five times a week and the good news is, you can break these 30 minutes up into three segments of 10 to 15 minutes per day. (Please check with your doctor before beginning any physical activity.)
2.Turn down the volume
Without a doubt, the easiest way to prevent hearing loss is to reduce the volume of the noise in your environment. The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) estimates 26 million Americans have hearing loss that may have been caused by exposure to noise. The good news? Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is completely preventable. The NIDCD lists these suggestions for protecting your hearing from the effects of too much noise:

Know which noises in your environment are damaging (85 decibels or louder).
Wear hearing protection whenever you know you’ll be exposed to loud noise.
If you can’t protect your hearing from the loud noise, move away from it.
Protect the hearing of children who are too young to protect themselves.
Holy 1 month ago
While you can't retain normal hearing forever, there are things you can do ... Taking a walk is one easy way you can help improve your hearing health. ... television, car radio and personal electronic device is equally beneficial.
knuckturnal 1 month ago
yes you can use natural oils to clear out earwax and protecting your ears from loud vibrations may preserve your hearing much longer
Lokaraj 1 month ago
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Phillip Ruiz 1 month ago
Hearing can be affected by nerve issues stemming from different parts of your body. If you have foot pain or neck pain, this could be causing pinching or pressure along nerves in ENT. If this the case, start with a masseuse and progress up to a chiropractor.
Henry Paul 1 month ago
A drop of coconut oil once is a day will keep the ear clean and healthy.
Sodiq Emmanuel 1 month ago
Keeping your ear from noise
Emmanuel 1 month ago
Check for Ear Wax
It’s possible that your hearing may be affected by a build-up of ear wax. If ear wax is impacted, your ears may not be as receptive to sounds as usual. Not to worry, though; an excess of wax in the ears is both common and easily treatable. Professional ear wax removal can lessen or potentially even eliminate the effects of hearing loss.
jcmG 1 month ago
If you have affection in your ear I would suggest using honey.
Murat 1 month ago
Stop Smoking. Yoga, Turn Down the Volume. Check for Ear Wax.Exercise Daily. Focus and Locate Sounds.Vitamins.
Rosen 1 month ago
Meditation. More and more, people are turning to meditation for improving their hearing health. ...

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Stop Smoking. ...

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Yoga. ...

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Turn Down the Volume. ...

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Check for Ear Wax. ...

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Exercise Daily. ...

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Focus and Locate Sounds. ...

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Vitamins.
Kimbugwe Marvin Bagz 1 month ago
That's hearing momentum
Kimbugwe Marvin Bagz 1 month ago
Yes, it's by distancing the devices
flair 1 month ago
1. Meditation

More and more, people are turning to meditation for improving their hearing health. This is because relaxing and taking deep breaths increases blood flow to the brain - which can help you become more attuned to sounds that may have otherwise escaped your attention. Despite being a mental exercise rather than a physical self-care activity, meditation can prove helpful for those looking to better engage with their hearing.


2. Stop Smoking

Smoking and hearing loss are undeniably linked; in fact, studies are happening all the time to show this positive correlation. Because blood flow and oxygen help maintain healthy cells in the inner ear, it’s understandable that hearing could be impaired by prolonged exposures to nicotine and carbon monoxide. So, make sure you quit cigarettes if you want to improve your quality of hearing and life.

3. Yoga

Lots of people who suffer from impaired hearing say a yoga workout can sometimes help them hear better. Relaxing and stretching in positions like downward dog gets oxygen-rich blood to your head quicker, which may assist with hearing. You don’t need an instructor; simply roll out your mat wherever in the house is most comfortable, and remember to warm up beforehand.

4. Turn Down the Volume

An easy way to improve your hearing comfort and health is by keeping the noise down as much as possible. 85 decibels or louder in your environment are damaging - and, where possible, you should move away from the high volume. Alternatively, if this is not an option, ensure that you always wear some form of hearing protection to avoid any serious hearing harm.

5. Check for Ear Wax

It’s possible that your hearing may be affected by a build-up of ear wax. If ear wax is impacted, your ears may not be as receptive to sounds as usual. Not to worry, though; an excess of wax in the ears is both common and easily treatable. Professional ear wax removal can lessen or potentially even eliminate the effects of hearing loss.

6. Exercise Daily

Being healthy benefits the entire body, including your ears, and the easiest way to stay in shape is with consistent exercise. Going for a walk or jog or even just gardening or doing housework are all great ways to get your blood flowing and your heart circulating better. Just don’t have your music turned up too high; repeated exposure to loud noises can damage the irreplaceable ear hairs, which only impairs hearing further.

7. Focus and Locate Sounds

It’s a good idea to try fine-tuning your focus on noise, as this can help improve hearing. There are various exercises you can do. One of the most popular involves putting on music in a quiet room and walking around your house while listening; you then attempt to identify certain words and instruments. This helps train your brain to locate and understand sounds with increasing ease and success.

8. Vitamins

The right balance of vitamins and minerals has been shown to improve quality of hearing. Folic acid, B vitamins, magnesium, and zinc all have properties that contribute to better hearing and a healthier body in general. Consider taking a supplement so you get their full effects, but always consult a doctor first - especially if you’re on any other medication.


9. Book a Hearing Test

In most cases of hearing impairment, a test will be needed to see the full extent of your problem and how best to manage it. You may be able to find an online hearing test that provides enough information, although this only applies to minor ear- and hearing-related complaints. For a more comprehensive check-up, book a face-to-face hearing test.


10. Hearing Aids

Some people find the only way to manage their hearing loss is with hearing aids. Fortunately, the days of gigantic trumpets and noticeable devices are now behind us. Depending on the type of hearing aid recommended by your doctor or hearing healthcare professional, you can choose from a variety of models and styles, meaning you’ll look great and hear better all at the same time!
Of course, some hearing issues require a more direct approach when it comes to resolving them. Visit an audiologist or your GP should you have any worries about your hearing health and how best to manage it.
Sarthik Arora 1 month ago
Taking a walk is one easy way you can help improve your hearing health. Scientists believe exercise increases blood flow to the inner ear.
Sarthik Arora 1 month ago
Taking a walk is one easy way you can help improve your hearing health. Scientists believe exercise increases blood flow to the inner ear.
JanDi89 1 month ago
Taking a walk is one easy way you can help improve your hearing health. Scientists believe exercise increases blood flow to the inner ear.
Muhammed Eyüp Özer 1 month ago
Yes there is. You can overcome this by having simple surgeries and using ear drops.
Arnold Francis 1 month ago
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) or assistive listening systems include a large variety of devices designed to help you hear sounds in everyday activities. ALDs are available in some public places such as auditoriums, movie theaters, houses of worship, and meeting rooms. ... ALDs can be used with or without hearing aids.
SKM272 1 month ago
exercise, chew, and use betnesol n...
Erka35 1 month ago
Babam da aynı problem var kulak içi görünmeyen işitme engelli cihazları var interneten araştır
Erka35 1 month ago
Babam da aynı problem var kulak içi görünmeyen işitme engelli cihazları var interneten araştır
Erka35 1 month ago
Babam da aynı problem var kulak içi görünmeyen işitme engelli cihazları var interneten araştır
Eriku Samson habakkuk 1 month ago
A drop of honey in the affected
sir 1 month ago
Often, hearing can be fully restored by addressing what may be causing blockages, such as:

wax impaction

infection

abnormal growths

foreign objects in your ear
Eriku Samson habakkuk 1 month ago
A bone-anchored hearing aid (BAHA), like a cochlear implant, has both implanted and external components. The implanted component is a small post that is surgically attached to the skull bone behind your ear. The external component is a speech processor which converts sound into vibrations; it connects to the implanted post and transmits sound vibrations directly to the inner ear through the skull, bypassing the middle ear. BAHAs are for people with middle ear problems (usually a mixed hearing loss) or who have no hearing in one ear.
Spiritually Rooted 1 month ago
a surgery that puts them behind the ear or something natural like so they can hear and never forgot them
Moki 1 month ago
avoid damages like listening to songs in high volumes, eating healthy, and doing hearing exercises
alex 1 month ago
bone conduction headphones. I use the brand Afterschok
Wasil 1 month ago
Stop Smoking. Yoga, Turn Down the Volume. Check for Ear Wax.Exercise Daily. Focus and Locate Sounds.Vitamins.
Shahin Said 1 month ago
önce bir doktora görünüb sorunun nedenini öğrenin bunu bilmeden net bir tavsiye vermek mümkün deyil
Anuj Karan 1 month ago
take a warm water spoung every night before sleep
Maeruf Nearu 1 month ago
Wear your hearing aids
If you’ve been diagnosed with hearing loss and the hearing healthcare provider prescribed hearing aids as a treatment, you’ll be doing yourself a big favor if you wear them as recommended.

Amplification provides the "brain boost" your ears need to send sound waves to the auditory region of the brain, where it’s processed as recognizable sound. If hearing loss is left untreated, the part of the brain that process auditory signals can atrophy or reassign itself to focus on other brain functions, making it much harder to hear.

Your hearing isn’t the only part of your body that benefits when you wear your hearing aids:

Overall general health improves, too. Research indicates people who wear hearing aids experience added health benefits. The effort you’re expending trying to hear your grandchild tell you a story when you aren’t wearing hearing aids could be the energy you spend taking her to the park when you do.
Mental health can suffer if you don’t treat hearing loss, especially if you’ve been isolating yourself from social gatherings because you can’t hear well. There's a strong correlation between hearing loss and depression among adults in the United States. Other study results indicate relationships between untreated hearing loss and increased anger, anxiety and social isolation.
Take a walk
Exercise is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your overall health. Is it any surprise it’s good for your hearing health, too?

Hearing health professionals believe exercise increases the blood flow to the ear. Good blood flow is essential to the health of the tiny hair cells in the inner ear which are responsible for translating the sound your ears collect into electrical impulses for your brain to translate. These hair cells do not regenerate, so our hearing suffers permanently when they die or are damaged.

If walking isn’t your idea of a good time, find another physical activity you enjoy (hiking, gardening, or golfing for example). The American Heart Association recommends at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day at least five times a week and the good news is, you can break these 30 minutes up into three segments of 10 to 15 minutes per day. (Please check with your doctor before beginning any physical activity.)

Stop smoking
If you’ve been waiting for a good reason to stop smoking, here’s one: Smoking is linked to hearing loss. According to research from the University of Manchester in the UK, smokers are 28 percent more likely to develop hearing loss than non-smokers. The risk for hearing loss increased along with the number of packs of cigarettes smoked and the amount of time the individual had been smoking. The study was published in the May 29, 2014 issue of the Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology.

Medical professionals believe the nicotine and carbon monoxide in cigarettes tighten your blood vessels, effectively starving your inner ear of the oxygen it needs to keep hair cells in the cochlea healthy. Nicotine can also affect the neurotransmitters in the auditory nerve, preventing them from correctly processing sound.

Fortunately, kicking the habit is almost immediately beneficial to your health. The American Heart Association says your lungs will begin to heal themselves as soon as you stop smoking. Those who quit also reduce their risk of developing heart disease, lung cancer and early death from smoking-related disease. Many smoking cessation programs are offered at no charge or reduced cost. The AHA lists these resources to help you quit smoking.

Turn down the volume
Without a doubt, the easiest way to prevent hearing loss is to reduce the volume of the noise in your environment. The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) estimates 26 million Americans have hearing loss that may have been caused by exposure to noise. The good news? Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is completely preventable. The NIDCD lists these suggestions for protecting your hearing from the effects of too much noise:

Know which noises in your environment are damaging (85 decibels or louder).
Wear hearing protection whenever you know you’ll be exposed to loud noise.
If you can’t protect your hearing from the loud noise, move away from it.
Protect the hearing of children who are too young to protect themselves.
For many of us, just turning down the volume on the television, car radio and personal electronic device is equally beneficial. By the way, if you find you have to have the volume turned up in order to hear, it may be time to have your hearing evaluated by a hearing healthcare professional.

Schedule a hearing evaluation
The best way to improve your hearing health is to establish a relationship with a hearing healthcare professional you trust. This professional can administer a base line hearing evaluation to determine the current health of your hearing and monitor it as you grow older. If your family physician can’t recommend someone to care for your hearing, you can find a trusted hearing clinic in Healthy Hearing’s online directory. Then, make the phone call. The 60 seconds you spend scheduling a hearing evaluation may be the quickest, healthiest step you take toward improving your hearing health.
Gürhan 1 month ago
Try to use one bye one your ears. close one and wait 1 hour then close other one .
Benjamin Robinson 1 month ago
Stop smoking -- smoking irritates the lining of your middle ear and disturbs the normal function of your Eustachian tube
Sarthik Arora 1 month ago
Taking a walk is one easy way you can help improve your hearing health. Scientists believe exercise increases blood flow to the inner ear.
Sarthik Arora 1 month ago
Taking a walk is one easy way you can help improve your hearing health. Scientists believe exercise increases blood flow to the inner ear.
Harsh 1 month ago
Struggling to hear the television? Always asking others to repeat themselves? You're not alone: Approximately 35 million Americans have some degree of hearing loss.1

While the field of audiology has seen impressive advances in hearing aid technology, there are several easy, natural things you can do on your own that may help hone your sense of hearing before professional intervention becomes necessary. Listen up to the following recommendations.

Get some exercise (No gym required)
Your ears detect sounds, but it's your brain that interprets them. Exercises that strengthen your brain's hearing comprehension skills might help make you a better listener. Here are two activities you can try:

Go for a walk in the woods, on the beach or in a similar setting with little man-made noise. Focus on your surroundings and write down everything you hear, from birds chirping to the wind blowing. Repeat this exercise several days in a row to gradually become more attuned to the ambient noise.
Have a partner read aloud to you from a book or magazine on an unfamiliar topic. After each sentence, try to repeat exactly what your partner said. Once you're able to consistently repeat the sentences word-for-word, try the exercise again with the TV on in the background or in a noisy restaurant.
Pass the vitamins
Several vitamins and minerals have been linked to an improvement in ear function and hearing.1

Folic acid promotes circulation to your ears, as well as energy production in the cells responsible for hearing.
Magnesium aids healthy nerve function in the auditory system and helps prevent damage to the inner lining of your arteries.
Zinc protects the hair cells within your ear, which are responsible for emitting the vibrations that send electrical signals to your brain. Zinc also supports your body's immune system, helping prevent ear infections.
B vitamins offer a host of potential benefits for your ears, including regulation of fluid levels and optimization of oxygen use.
Skip the smokes
If smokers need yet another health-related reason to quit, here it is: Research indicates that this habit can more than double your risk of hearing loss.2 That's because blood flow and oxygen are crucial to maintaining healthy cells in your inner ear, and both are hampered by nicotine and carbon monoxide. Smoking also irritates the lining of your middle ear and disturbs the normal function of your Eustachian tube. Nicotine has been shown to cause ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and some experts believe it may interfere with the neurotransmitters that carry messages from your hearing nerve to your brain.2

Get tested
While hearing loss can't be reversed, you might be able to prevent it from getting worse with a few simple lifestyle changes. Early detection is key, however, so have your hearing checked annually. To learn how you can use a CareCredit credit card to pay* for hearing tests and hearing aids, visit www.carecredit.com.

Ear wax explained
Also known as cerumen, ear wax is a natural defense mechanism that protects the inside of your ear from foreign particles, bacteria and infection. It is secreted by special glands located in your outer ear, and varies in color and consistency from person to person.

While a small amount of ear wax is beneficial, a buildup of excess ear wax can cause mild hearing loss and discomfort. If you suspect you have a blockage, see your doctor. Never attempt to dig it out yourself, as you risk impacting the wax farther into your ear and damaging the delicate lining of your ear canal or eardrum.3

1. "What did you say? Natural ways to prevent hearing loss," NYR Natural News, Oct. 23, 2012, http://www.nyrnaturalnews.com/article/what-did-you-say-natural-ways-to-prevent-hearing-loss/, accessed Sept. 16, 2013

2. "Smoking and hearing loss," HealthyHearing.com, Jan. 10, 2013, http://www.healthyhearing.com/content/articles/Hearing-loss/Causes/50940-Smoking-and-hearing-loss, accessed Sept. 30, 2013

3. "Earwax blockage," MayoClinic.com, http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/earwax-blockage/DS00052, 3. accessed Oct. 7, 2013

* Subject to credit approval.

NOTE: CareCredit is not responsible for products or services offered by third parties or websites mentioned and provides such information and sites solely for your convenience. Please always consult with a physician on any medical decisions.

All statements and opinions in "Natural Ways to Improve Your Hearing" are the sole opinions of the Healthy Hearing, Mayo Clinic, and NYR Natural News and not those of CareCredit. The content is subject to change without notice and offered for informational use only. You are urged to consult with your individual medical provider with respect to any professional advice presented. Your receipt of this material constitutes your acceptance of these terms.
Destiny Wilkinson 1 month ago
Shower caps while in shower to avoid build up and irritation that way you don’t have to shove your fingers or a tips in there. Go to doctor and have ears cleaned regularly, hearing aids that are invisible. Avid extremely loud areas and music
KOUSIK KUMAR RAUL 1 month ago
1. Meditation. More and more, people are turning to meditation for improving their hearing health. ...
2. Stop Smoking. ...
3. Yoga. ...
4.Turn Down the Volume. ...
5.Check for Ear Wax. ...
6. Exercise Daily. ...
7. Focus and Locate Sounds. ...
8. Vitamins.
mshfz88 1 month ago
Drop of honey will work the best
David Joshua 1 month ago
By adding pure honey and not diluted one then make sure you use cotton bud to clean your ear at most twice in a month.
Walter 1 month ago
Came put essential oil can reverse hearing loss naturally.
Lemmy Eke 1 month ago
A wide range of technical hearing protection products are available. Quality ear plugs will reduce the overall level of sound while maintaining an even balance across the sound spectrum.
Ufuoma Abiri 1 month ago
Cochlear Implants
A cochlear implant is an implanted electronic device that can produce useful hearing sensation by electrically stimulating nerves inside the inner ear. Cochlear implants currently consist of 2 main components:

external component, comprised of an externally worn microphone, sound processor and transmitter system,
internal component, comprised of an implanted receiver and electrode system, which contains the electronic circuits that receive signals from the external system and send electrical signals to the inner ear.
Mackenzie augustin 1 month ago
How to Improve Hearing: 10 Steps to Hear Better
Meditation. More and more, people are turning to meditation for improving their hearing health. ...
Stop Smoking. ...
Yoga. ...
Turn Down the Volume. ...
Check for Ear Wax. ...
Exercise Daily. ...
Focus and Locate Sounds. ...
Vitamins.
Jayson 1 month ago
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.fda.gov/medical-devices/hearing-aids/other-products-and-devices-improve-hearing&ved=2ahUKEwi_m_fSqszwAhWbBIgKHbTxDkkQFjAJegQIDhAC&usg=AOvVaw3m6LRJNRdR33baNkaZvLvI
Jodelyn Duran 1 month ago
Also known as cerumen, ear wax is a natural defense mechanism that protects the inside of your ear from foreign particles, bacteria and infection. It is secreted by special glands located in your outer ear, and varies in color and consistency from person to person.

While a small amount of ear wax is beneficial, a buildup of excess ear wax can cause mild hearing loss and discomfort. If you suspect you have a blockage, see your doctor. Never attempt to dig it out yourself, as you risk impacting the wax farther into your ear and damaging the delicate lining of your ear canal or eardrum.
Jodelyn Duran 1 month ago
Also known as cerumen, ear wax is a natural defense mechanism that protects the inside of your ear from foreign particles, bacteria and infection. It is secreted by special glands located in your outer ear, and varies in color and consistency from person to person.

While a small amount of ear wax is beneficial, a buildup of excess ear wax can cause mild hearing loss and discomfort. If you suspect you have a blockage, see your doctor. Never attempt to dig it out yourself, as you risk impacting the wax farther into your ear and damaging the delicate lining of your ear canal or eardrum.
Ernest Emmanuel 1 month ago
Struggling to hear the television? Always asking others to repeat themselves? You're not alone: Approximately 35 million Americans have some degree of hearing loss.1

While the field of audiology has seen impressive advances in hearing aid technology, there are several easy, natural things you can do on your own that may help hone your sense of hearing before professional intervention becomes necessary. Listen up to the following recommendations.

Get some exercise (No gym required)
Your ears detect sounds, but it's your brain that interprets them. Exercises that strengthen your brain's hearing comprehension skills might help make you a better listener. Here are two activities you can try:

Go for a walk in the woods, on the beach or in a similar setting with little man-made noise. Focus on your surroundings and write down everything you hear, from birds chirping to the wind blowing. Repeat this exercise several days in a row to gradually become more attuned to the ambient noise.
Have a partner read aloud to you from a book or magazine on an unfamiliar topic. After each sentence, try to repeat exactly what your partner said. Once you're able to consistently repeat the sentences word-for-word, try the exercise again with the TV on in the background or in a noisy restaurant.
Pass the vitamins
Several vitamins and minerals have been linked to an improvement in ear function and hearing.1

Folic acid promotes circulation to your ears, as well as energy production in the cells responsible for hearing.
Magnesium aids healthy nerve function in the auditory system and helps prevent damage to the inner lining of your arteries.
Zinc protects the hair cells within your ear, which are responsible for emitting the vibrations that send electrical signals to your brain. Zinc also supports your body's immune system, helping prevent ear infections.
B vitamins offer a host of potential benefits for your ears, including regulation of fluid levels and optimization of oxygen use.
Skip the smokes
If smokers need yet another health-related reason to quit, here it is: Research indicates that this habit can more than double your risk of hearing loss.2 That's because blood flow and oxygen are crucial to maintaining healthy cells in your inner ear, and both are hampered by nicotine and carbon monoxide. Smoking also irritates the lining of your middle ear and disturbs the normal function of your Eustachian tube. Nicotine has been shown to cause ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and some experts believe it may interfere with the neurotransmitters that carry messages from your hearing nerve to your brain.2

Get tested
While hearing loss can't be reversed, you might be able to prevent it from getting worse with a few simple lifestyle changes. Early detection is key, however, so have your hearing checked annually. To learn how you can use a CareCredit credit card to pay* for hearing tests and hearing aids, visit www.carecredit.com.

Ear wax explained
Also known as cerumen, ear wax is a natural defense mechanism that protects the inside of your ear from foreign particles, bacteria and infection. It is secreted by special glands located in your outer ear, and varies in color and consistency from person to person.

While a small amount of ear wax is beneficial, a buildup of excess ear wax can cause mild hearing loss and discomfort. If you suspect you have a blockage, see your doctor. Never attempt to dig it out yourself, as you risk impacting the wax farther into your ear and damaging the delicate lining of your ear canal or eardrum.3
Marjorie Mejica 1 month ago
Excercise daily and have some vitamins thats the most basic take care of your self.
Hadeeqa Ali 1 month ago
Instead of relying on eyes rely on ears blind fold ypur self for 24 hours
Godwin 1 month ago
Some believers of natural treatment suggest cajeput essential oil can reverse hearing loss naturally. Massage a few drops of cajeput essential oil behind and in front of your ears to improve your ability to hear.
wilalex2308 1 month ago
Your ears detect sounds, but it's your brain that interprets them. Exercises that strengthen your brain's hearing comprehension skills might help make you a better listener. Here are two activities you can try:

Go for a walk in the woods, on the beach or in a similar setting with little man-made noise. Focus on your surroundings and write down everything you hear, from birds chirping to the wind blowing. Repeat this exercise several days in a row to gradually become more attuned to the ambient noise.

Have a partner read aloud to you from a book or magazine on an unfamiliar topic. After each sentence, try to repeat exactly what your partner said. Once you're able to consistently repeat the sentences word-for-word, try the exercise again with the TV on in the background or in a noisy restaurant.
Bidhya khadka 1 month ago
Try doing some yoga on your daily routine such as Head Rotation, Neck Flexion and Extension,Legs Up the Wall, Downward Dog, Cobra, Tree
juday 1 month ago
Assistive Listening Devices
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) or assistive listening systems include a large variety of devices designed to help you hear sounds in everyday activities. ALDs are available in some public places such as auditoriums, movie theaters, houses of worship, and meeting rooms. They may be used by both normal hearing and hearing impaired people to improve listening in these settings.

ALDs can be used to overcome the negative effects of distance, poor room acoustics, and background noise. To achieve this purpose, many ALDs consist of a microphone near the source of the sound and a receiver near the listener. The listener can usually adjust the volume of the receiver as needed. Careful microphone placement allows the level of the speaker's voice to stay constant regardless of the distance between the speaker and the audience. The speaker's voice is also heard clearly over room noises such as chairs moving, fan motors running, and people talking.

ALDs can be used with or without hearing aids.
Zennoh 1 month ago
do some yoga and meditation, it will improve your hearing as time goes by
Mohammad maksood 1 month ago
A cochlear implant is an implanted electronic device that can produce useful hearing sensation by electrically stimulating nerves inside the inner ear. Cochlear implants currently consist of 2 main components:

external component, comprised of an externally worn microphone, sound processor and transmitter system,
internal component, comprised of an implanted receiver and electrode system, which contains the electronic circuits that receive signals from the external system and send electrical signals to the inner ear.
Amrit sandhu 1 month ago
A DROP HONEY INTO THE EAR
divyam jain 1 month ago
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) or assistive listening systems include a large variety of devices designed to help you hear sounds in everyday activities. ALDs are available in some public places such as auditoriums, movie theaters, houses of worship, and meeting rooms. ... ALDs can be used with or without hearing aids.
Umesh Ningappa Bhandari 1 month ago
Assistive listening gadgets (ALDs) or assistive listening frameworks incorporate a huge assortment of gadgets intended to assist you with hearing sounds in ordinary exercises. ALDs are accessible in some open places, for example, halls, cinemas, places of love, and meeting rooms. They might be utilized by both ordinary hearing and hearing hindered individuals to improve tuning in these settings.
Umesh Ningappa Bhandari 1 month ago
Assistive listening gadgets (ALDs) or assistive listening frameworks incorporate a huge assortment of gadgets intended to assist you with hearing sounds in ordinary exercises. ALDs are accessible in some open places, for example, halls, cinemas, places of love, and meeting rooms. They might be utilized by both ordinary hearing and hearing hindered individuals to improve tuning in these settings.
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abaidi mohsen 1 month ago
Exercise is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your overall health. Is it any surprise it’s good for your hearing health, too?

Hearing health professionals believe exercise increases the blood flow to the ear. Good blood flow is essential to the health of the tiny hair cells in the inner ear which are responsible for translating the sound your ears collect into electrical impulses for your brain to translate. These hair cells do not regenerate, so our hearing suffers permanently when they die or are damaged.

If walking isn’t your idea of a good time, find another physical activity you enjoy (hiking, gardening, or golfing for example). The American Heart Association recommends at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day at least five times a week and the good news is, you can break these 30 minutes up into three segments of 10 to 15 minutes per day. (Please check with your doctor before beginning any physical activity.)

Stop smoking
If you’ve been waiting for a good reason to stop smoking, here’s one: Smoking is linked to hearing loss. According to research from the University of Manchester in the UK, smokers are 28 percent more likely to develop hearing loss than non-smokers. The risk for hearing loss increased along with the number of packs of cigarettes smoked and the amount of time the individual had been smoking. The study was published in the May 29, 2014 issue of the Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology.

Medical professionals believe the nicotine and carbon monoxide in cigarettes tighten your blood vessels, effectively starving your inner ear of the oxygen it needs to keep hair cells in the cochlea healthy. Nicotine can also affect the neurotransmitters in the auditory nerve, preventing them from correctly processing sound.

Fortunately, kicking the habit is almost immediately beneficial to your health. The American Heart Association says your lungs will begin to heal themselves as soon as you stop smoking. Those who quit also reduce their risk of developing heart disease, lung cancer and early death from smoking-related disease. Many smoking cessation programs are offered at no charge or reduced cost. The AHA lists these resources to help you quit smoking.

Turn down the volume
Without a doubt, the easiest way to prevent hearing loss is to reduce the volume of the noise in your environment. The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) estimates 26 million Americans have hearing loss that may have been caused by exposure to noise. The good news? Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is completely preventable. The NIDCD lists these suggestions for protecting your hearing from the effects of too much noise:

Know which noises in your environment are damaging (85 decibels or louder).
Wear hearing protection whenever you know you’ll be exposed to loud noise.
If you can’t protect your hearing from the loud noise, move away from it.
Protect the hearing of children who are too young to protect themselves.
For many of us, just turning down the volume on the television, car radio and personal electronic device is equally beneficial. By the way, if you find you have to have the volume turned up in order to hear, it may be time to have your hearing evaluated by a hearing healthcare professional.

Schedule a hearing evaluation
The best way to improve your hearing health is to establish a relationship with a hearing healthcare professional you trust. This professional can administer a base line hearing evaluation to determine the current health of your hearing and monitor it as you grow older. If your family physician can’t recommend someone to care for your hearing, you can find a trusted hearing clinic in Healthy Hearing’s online directory. Then, make the phone call. The 60 seconds you spend scheduling a hearing evaluation may be the quickest, healthiest step you take toward improving your hearing health.
Iman Smith 1 month ago
Struggling to hear the television? Always asking others to repeat themselves? You're not alone: Approximately 35 million Americans have some degree of hearing loss.1

While the field of audiology has seen impressive advances in hearing aid technology, there are several easy, natural things you can do on your own that may help hone your sense of hearing before professional intervention becomes necessary. Listen up to the following recommendations.

Get some exercise (No gym required)
Your ears detect sounds, but it's your brain that interprets them. Exercises that strengthen your brain's hearing comprehension skills might help make you a better listener. Here are two activities you can try:

Go for a walk in the woods, on the beach or in a similar setting with little man-made noise. Focus on your surroundings and write down everything you hear, from birds chirping to the wind blowing. Repeat this exercise several days in a row to gradually become more attuned to the ambient noise.
Have a partner read aloud to you from a book or magazine on an unfamiliar topic. After each sentence, try to repeat exactly what your partner said. Once you're able to consistently repeat the sentences word-for-word, try the exercise again with the TV on in the background or in a noisy restaurant.
Pass the vitamins
Several vitamins and minerals have been linked to an improvement in ear function and hearing.1

Folic acid promotes circulation to your ears, as well as energy production in the cells responsible for hearing.
Magnesium aids healthy nerve function in the auditory system and helps prevent damage to the inner lining of your arteries.
Zinc protects the hair cells within your ear, which are responsible for emitting the vibrations that send electrical signals to your brain. Zinc also supports your body's immune system, helping prevent ear infections.
B vitamins offer a host of potential benefits for your ears, including regulation of fluid levels and optimization of oxygen use.
Skip the smokes
If smokers need yet another health-related reason to quit, here it is: Research indicates that this habit can more than double your risk of hearing loss.2 That's because blood flow and oxygen are crucial to maintaining healthy cells in your inner ear, and both are hampered by nicotine and carbon monoxide. Smoking also irritates the lining of your middle ear and disturbs the normal function of your Eustachian tube. Nicotine has been shown to cause ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and some experts believe it may interfere with the neurotransmitters that carry messages from your hearing nerve to your brain.2

Get tested
While hearing loss can't be reversed, you might be able to prevent it from getting worse with a few simple lifestyle changes. Early detection is key, however, so have your hearing checked annually. To learn how you can use a CareCredit credit card to pay* for hearing tests and hearing aids, visit www.carecredit.com.

Ear wax explained
Also known as cerumen, ear wax is a natural defense mechanism that protects the inside of your ear from foreign particles, bacteria and infection. It is secreted by special glands located in your outer ear, and varies in color and consistency from person to person.

While a small amount of ear wax is beneficial, a buildup of excess ear wax can cause mild hearing loss and discomfort. If you suspect you have a blockage, see your doctor. Never attempt to dig it out yourself, as you risk impacting the wax farther into your ear and damaging the delicate lining of your ear canal or eardrum.3

1. "What did you say? Natural ways to prevent hearing loss," NYR Natural News, Oct. 23, 2012, http://www.nyrnaturalnews.com/article/what-did-you-say-natural-ways-to-prevent-hearing-loss/, accessed Sept. 16, 2013

2. "Smoking and hearing loss," HealthyHearing.com, Jan. 10, 2013, http://www.healthyhearing.com/content/articles/Hearing-loss/Causes/50940-Smoking-and-hearing-loss, accessed Sept. 30, 2013

3. "Earwax blockage," MayoClinic.com, http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/earwax-blockage/DS00052, 3. accessed Oct. 7, 2013

* Subject to credit approval.

NOTE: CareCredit is not responsible for products or services offered by third parties or websites mentioned and provides such information and sites solely for your convenience. Please always consult with a physician on any medical decisions.

All statements and opinions in "Natural Ways to Improve Your Hearing" are the sole opinions of the Healthy Hearing, Mayo Clinic, and NYR Natural News and not those of CareCredit. The content is subject to change without notice and offered for informational use only. You are urged to consult with your individual medical provider with respect to any professional advice presented. Your receipt of this material constitutes your acceptance of these terms.
N. Krishna Kumar 1 month ago
Several options are available for hearing loss, ranging from medical treatment to listening devices, such as hearing aids. Treatment depends of the cause and severity of hearing loss. For age-related hearing loss, there is no cure, but hearing aids and other listening devices help treat the problem and improve quality of life.
N. Krishna Kumar 1 month ago
Several options are available for hearing loss, ranging from medical treatment to listening devices, such as hearing aids. Treatment depends of the cause and severity of hearing loss. For age-related hearing loss, there is no cure, but hearing aids and other listening devices help treat the problem and improve quality of life.
Usman Qayyum Ch 1 month ago
Daily doing little exercise put a plain paper on ear and simply tap circular motion finger on it and than try to hear other sounds during that exercise its also increase focus and hearing power too.
Jacobs Daniel 1 month ago
Try sound location exercises to sharpen your hearing. You might be able to maintain or improve your hearing with practice. Have someone hide an item that makes a repetitive sound, like an alarm. Then make the environment noisy, like by turning on the TV. Try to lock on to the sound and follow it to find the object. Doing this repeatedly can improve your ability to focus on specific sounds.[14]
For a similar hearing exercise, try listening to someone read out loud in a noisy environment. Block out the distracting noise and try to focus solely on the reading.
If you already have hearing loss, then sound location exercises probably won’t help. You need a medical exam and possibly hearing aids to fix this.

2
Follow a healthy diet to support your ear health. Like any other body part, your ears need proper nutrition to work properly. In particular, getting enough zinc, potassium, folic acid, magnesium, vitamin D, and omega-3s help reduce inflammation in your ear canal and prevent damage to your hearing. You can get all of these nutrients from a healthy, balanced diet.[15]
Some of the healthiest foods to eat are leafy green vegetables, bananas, nuts and seeds, fish, poultry, and low-fat dairy products.
You can also take dietary supplements if you aren’t getting enough nutrients from your daily diet. Talk to your doctor before you start using any supplements to make sure they’re right for you.

3
Exercise regularly to maintain your hearing. There is actually a connection between aerobic exercise and hearing health. As long as your ears haven’t been damaged, then regular exercise can help sharpen your hearing and maintain it into old age. For the best results, get 20-30 minutes of aerobic exercise at least 5 days per week.[16]
Aerobic exercises are activities like get your heart rate up, like running, biking, swimming, or kickboxing classes. You could also just take a daily walk.
Resistance exercises like weight training are also good for your health, but they aren’t connected with improved hearing. For those benefits, you’ll need aerobic exercise.

4
Reduce stress to keep your mind clear. It’s possible that stress and anxiety can impact your hearing.[17] If you regularly feel stressed, then take some steps to relax and de-stress. A clearer mind could improve your hearing.
Try some relaxation exercises like meditation, yoga, or deep breathing. Even a few minutes a day could make a big difference.
Doing activities you enjoy is also a great stress-reducer. Try to make time for your hobbies so you feel less overwhelmed.
Remember that this won’t actually fix any damage in your ears, so you may still want hearing aids if you’ve been exposed to loud noises.

5
Try herbal supplements for tinnitus. Tinnitus is a constant ringing or buzzing in your ear that's usually an early stage of hearing loss. There's little evidence that natural remedies can make a big difference, but some herbal treatments could help. If you experience tinnitus, try some of these supplements after asking your doctor if they're safe for you.[18]
Ginkgo biloba.
Zinc.
Vitamin B.
Jacobs Daniel 1 month ago
Yes sure through natural means and through hearing exercise
Emmanuel ivan 1 month ago
Yes if u listen to stuff more quietly your hearing will get used to it and then you can hear normal again
Shihab00012 1 month ago
Your ears detect sounds, but it's your brain that interprets them. Exercises that strengthen your brain's hearing comprehension skills might help make you a better listener. Here are two activities you can try:

Go for a walk in the woods, on the beach or in a similar setting with little man-made noise. Focus on your surroundings and write down everything you hear, from birds chirping to the wind blowing. Repeat this exercise several days in a row to gradually become more attuned to the ambient noise.
Have a partner read aloud to you from a book or magazine on an unfamiliar topic. After each sentence, try to repeat exactly what your partner said. Once you're able to consistently repeat the sentences word-for-word, try the exercise again with the TV on in the background or in a noisy restaurant.
Pass the vitamins
Several vitamins and minerals have been linked to an improvement in ear function and hearing.1

Folic acid promotes circulation to your ears, as well as energy production in the cells responsible for hearing.
Magnesium aids healthy nerve function in the auditory system and helps prevent damage to the inner lining of your arteries.
Zinc protects the hair cells within your ear, which are responsible for emitting the vibrations that send electrical signals to your brain. Zinc also supports your body's immune system, helping prevent ear infections.
B vitamins offer a host of potential benefits for your ears, including regulation of fluid levels and optimization of oxygen use.
Skip the smokes
If smokers need yet another health-related reason to quit, here it is: Research indicates that this habit can more than double your risk of hearing loss.2 That's because blood flow and oxygen are crucial to maintaining healthy cells in your inner ear, and both are hampered by nicotine and carbon monoxide. Smoking also irritates the lining of your middle ear and disturbs the normal function of your Eustachian tube. Nicotine has been shown to cause ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and some experts believe it may interfere with the neurotransmitters that carry messages from your hearing nerve to your brain.2

Get tested
While hearing loss can't be reversed, you might be able to prevent it from getting worse with a few simple lifestyle changes. Early detection is key, however, so have your hearing checked annually. To learn how you can use a CareCredit credit card to pay* for hearing tests and hearing aids, visit www.carecredit.com.

Ear wax explained
Also known as cerumen, ear wax is a natural defense mechanism that protects the inside of your ear from foreign particles, bacteria and infection. It is secreted by special glands located in your outer ear, and varies in color and consistency from person to person.

While a small amount of ear wax is beneficial, a buildup of excess ear wax can cause mild hearing loss and discomfort. If you suspect you have a blockage, see your doctor. Never attempt to dig it out yourself, as you risk impacting the wax farther into your ear and damaging the delicate lining of your ear canal or eardrum.3
Bob001 1 month ago
Listen to someone reading aloud: Ask a friend to read to you. Repeat each line you hear, and have your friend point out the mistakes. As your comprehension improves, do the same exercise in a noisy environment like a restaurant to deepen your skills.
Bob001 1 month ago
Listen to someone reading aloud: Ask a friend to read to you. Repeat each line you hear, and have your friend point out the mistakes. As your comprehension improves, do the same exercise in a noisy environment like a restaurant to deepen your skills.
Bob001 1 month ago
Listen to someone reading aloud: Ask a friend to read to you. Repeat each line you hear, and have your friend point out the mistakes. As your comprehension improves, do the same exercise in a noisy environment like a restaurant to deepen your skills.
Bob001 1 month ago
Listen to someone reading aloud: Ask a friend to read to you. Repeat each line you hear, and have your friend point out the mistakes. As your comprehension improves, do the same exercise in a noisy environment like a restaurant to deepen your skills.
Prince Singh 1 month ago
Reversing hearing loss by type
Reversing sensorineural hearing loss
Once damaged, your auditory nerve and cilia cannot be repaired. But, depending on the severity of the damage, sensorineural hearing loss has been successfully treated with hearing aids or cochlear implants. There is, however, the possibility that your hearing loss isn’t reversible.

Cochlear implants
A cochlear implant bypasses the injured or damaged portion of the auditory system and directly stimulates your auditory nerve. With a cochlear implant, many people — even those with severe sensorineural hearing loss — have been able to reverse hearing loss partially.

Reversing conductive hearing loss
Depending on the nature and extent of the problem, people with conductive hearing loss can get some or even most of their hearing back. However, not everyone can reverse or regain their hearing loss.

Blockage removal
Often, hearing can be fully restored by addressing what may be causing blockages, such as:

wax impaction
infection
abnormal growths
foreign objects in your ear
Wax and foreign objects can be removed, sometimes noninvasively. Bacterial infections can be treated with antibiotics. Growths can be surgically removed.

Other treatments
Your doctor might not be able to medically restore your hearing if you have conductive hearing loss caused by abnormalities such as:

stenosis of the ear canal, which is when your ear canal is abnormally narrow
exostoses, or the thickening of the bone surrounding your ear canal
otosclerosis, the abnormal bone growth around the stapes bone in your middle ear
ossicular chain discontinuity, or the abnormal separation of the middle ear bones: malleus, incus, and stapes
Although the medical options are limited, your doctor might offer solutions such as:

traditional hearing aids
bone-conduction hearing aids
bone-anchored implantable devices
middle ear implants
Reversing mixed hearing loss
For mixed hearing loss, treatment decisions will be made based on the specific sensorineural and conductive hearing loss conditions you’re dealing with. Your doctor might recommend treating either the sensorineural or conductive hearing loss or both.

How to reverse hearing loss at home
Although there’s little clinical research to support home treatments for hearing loss reversal, there are many advocates for natural remedies.

Keep in mind that the FDA doesn’t monitor or regulate the purity or quality of essential oils. It’s important to talk with your doctor before you begin using essential oils and use caution when choosing a quality brand. You should also always do a test patch before using.

Ginger tea
Supporters of natural healing recommend drinking ginger tea. To make your own, boil the following in a covered pot for 15 minutes:

4 cups water
3 slices fresh ginger
1 tablespoon cilantro
1 tablespoon cinnamon
1 tablespoon oregano
1 tablespoon rosemary
1 tablespoon sage
After boiling, strain and drink three cups a day for a minimum of three weeks.

Ginkgo biloba extract
Ginkgo biloba extract is a favorite of natural healers. Advocates of this type of treatment suggest that taking 60 to 240 milligrams of ginkgo biloba per day can help with tinnitus and other noise associated with hearing loss.

Tea tree oil
Tea tree oil is believed by many to positively treat hearing loss and deafness. You should use this remedy with caution and be sure to mention it to your doctor before attempting. You can mix and then heat:

3 drops tea tree oil
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 teaspoon colloidal vinegar
1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar
You can then place the mixture into your ears and sit still for five minutes. Proponents claim that if you do this four times per day, you’ll see results after two days.

Cajeput essential oil
Some believers of natural treatment suggest cajeput essential oil can reverse hearing loss naturally. Massage a few drops of cajeput essential oil behind and in front of your ears to improve your ability to hear.
Rehan 1 month ago
Put drops of Soda Glycerin drops in ear 4 to 6 times per day for 3 days, it will melt the wax, once wax melted you can clean ear with ear buds and hopefully hearing improve, if it is due to heavy wax formation.
Mendel Ofosu 1 month ago
Go for a walk in the woods, on the beach or in a similar setting with little man-made noise. Focus on your surroundings and write down everything you hear, from birds chirping to the wind blowing. Repeat this exercise several days in a row to gradually become more attuned to the ambient noise.
Have a partner read aloud to you from a book or magazine on an unfamiliar topic. After each sentence, try to repeat exactly what your partner said. Once you're able to consistently repeat the sentences word-for-word, try the exercise again with the TV on in the background or in a noisy restaurant.
Rajendra 1 month ago
Assuming electronic device ok
1) proper orientation of device
2) setting (calibration) by expert and authorise technician as pescribed by doctor
3) proper selection of provided sources like branded battery /proper cleaning knowledge of electronic device
4) proper placing in box and other parameters like sorage place/storage temperature.
Louis Missinou 1 month ago
What not to do includes;
Avoid smoking, avoid the continuous exposure of your ears to loud music whether from airpods or raves continuous exposure damage the fragile hairs within the ear resulting in permanent hearing loss.
What to do includes natural remedies like banana smoothies and juice, schedule exercises and taking breaks from stressful activities.
Bobby Weston 1 month ago
Yes you can get ear surgery or implanted magnetic hearing aids that are implanted into your head rather than being worn externally.
Bobby Weston 1 month ago
Yes you can get ear surgery or implanted magnetic hearing aids that are implanted into your head rather than being worn externally.
Krish 1 month ago
Anu Taila Nasya, Bilwadi Taila Karnapurana and Sarivadi Vati orally gives excellent result in congenital sensory neural hearing loss thus Ayurveda has a variety of medicines and procedures to treat Badhirya (sensory neural hear- ing loss). This case study indicates effectiveness of Ayurveda in management of Badhirya.
Bola Julius Yeye 1 month ago
Cut a clove of garlic and insert it halfway into the ear overnight. Remove it the next day.
And repeat the practice over and over again
Jayleakey 1 month ago
Go for a walk in the woods, on the beach or in a similar setting with little man-made noise. Focus on your surroundings and write down everything you hear, from birds chirping to the wind blowing. Repeat this exercise several days in a row to gradually become more attuned to the ambient noise.
Have a partner read aloud to you from a book or magazine on an unfamiliar topic. After each sentence, try to repeat exactly what your partner said. Once you're able to consistently repeat the sentences word-for-word, try the exercise again with the TV on in the background or in a noisy restaurant.
Victor Aston 1 month ago
Use ear protection:
While many cases of hearing loss and damage to the hearing organs is a very hard system to repair, ear plugs can assist in preventing further damage
rebwar1986 1 month ago
a drop of olive oil may be a bet best help
Matt Catlow 1 month ago
Depends on the actual issue, if blocked then drop of olive oil to loosen or doctors for syringing out 👍
Ganesh Mestry 1 month ago
Below are fwl steps which can help to do so.
1. Try to reduce exposure to loud noises, especially any direct sounds (such as the sounds from headphones.) Not only will this improve your hearing, it will save your ears a little.

2. Practice focusing on specific sound layers, in your present surroundings.
3.Try to listen past distracting noise.
4. Practice locating sounds. This is a fun game to play when bored.
5. Try turning your head towards the wind, to hear longer distance sounds. The wind will often carry sound further.
6.If attempting to listen to quieter sounds...STOP! Stay still and control your breathing. This will reduce your own noise.
Thanks.