Three Tips To Improve Your Hearing

As we get older, our hearing can progressively get worse. You may have noticed that you aren’t hearing as well as you are used to - having to ask people to repeat things or perhaps even missing entire conversations. You might not know why it is happening and it may be a little confusing at times.

Hearing loss can be stressful and upsetting and sometimes can be permanent but sometimes there are other reasons why your hearing isn’t as good as it once was and the situation can be easily rectified.

Here are three tips to improve your hearing.

Consider Taking Some Exercise


You may be wondering how exercise can help but taking a walk somewhere that you can take in different sounds is a great way to get your hearing in tip-top shape again. Exercise is great for your health. Physical exercise and mental exercises help to strengthen your brain's hearing comprehension skills. Go for a walk somewhere that has little man-made noise and see what you can hear. For a mental activity, get someone to read to you and repeat what they say. Gradually introduce noise into the activity to see how far you can go with hearing what they are saying and repeating it.

There are plenty of apps and games out there too that offer mental exercises to help you improve your hearing. These aim to keep your mind focused on trying to find specific sounds and you slowly start to find the sounds you are seeking, gradually improving as time goes on.

Get Your Earwax Removed


Earwax is a brown/yellowish substance produced in the ear canal and is completely normal, playing an important role in keeping our ears healthy. It cleans, lubricates and guards against bacteria. However, an excess of earwax can lead to a build-up which could cause muffled hearing and itchiness. If you are suffering from these, it may be worth considering Earwax Removal Using Microsuction but make sure you use a reputable company and don’t try to do this at home! You don’t want to cause any damage to your very delicate ears, leave it to the professionals.

Supplement Your Diet



As you may expect, vitamins and supplements help give us what we might be missing out on and offer plenty of benefits. There are plenty of vitamins and supplements that can help prevent or delay hearing loss.

Fish oils, magnesium and folic acid have all been shown to have massive benefits when it comes to your hearing health. Remember to speak to your GP before taking any new vitamins or supplements though.

These are just a few ways you can attempt to improve your hearing. Exercises, both physical and mental, seem a great way to really work on your hearing and also relax yourself enough to actually listen out for things you may be missing during the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Do you have any top tips for improving hearing when suffering from hearing loss? Have you tried anything I haven’t mentioned here?

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