If you've complained to your doctor that you're losing your hearing, he probably just recommend a hearing aid.
But that's certainly not your only option.
Find out below about a natural way to approach hearing loss... Studies show low vitamin B could be behind loss of hearing...
Most of the research points to a link between age-related hearing loss and low levels of vitamin B12 and foli... ››› more
Do you often ask people to repeat things to because details of conversations become fuzzy? When you hear sounds, do they become muffled and gradually fade?
If you answered, “yes” to both questions, you're losing your hearing. And, according to a recent study in the American Journal of Epidemiology, the use of over-the-counter painkillers may be to blame!
Study lin... ››› more
As you know, it's not just a single aspect of your health that benefits when you have the occasional glass of red wine!
From cancer to heart disease, dementia and now… Hearing!
The very same antioxidant found in the skins of red grapes that helps ward off chronic inflammation and illness protects your ears from noise-induced damage.
Here's information from a study that... ››› more
A recent study presented at the American Thoracic Society's 2014 International Conference proves there's a direct link between sleep apnoea and hearing loss.
The large-scale study found 10% of participants suffered from sleep apnoea. And, out of those, a whopping 31% suffered some high frequency hearing loss, 90% low frequency hearing loss and 38% all frequency hearing loss.
It shows a cle... ››› more
As you get older, you realise the truth in your parent's words: “Turn down your music or you'll go deaf!”
Now you might think it's too late to do anything about it. And you wish you could simply turn back the clock.
Luckily, you don't have to wait for the invention of a time machine.
Scientists have found a safe, natural and easy way to reverse noise-induced hearing loss.
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You might think being hard of hearing only occurs because of two things:
1. You're born deaf; or
2. You become deaf with age.
But the scary truth is, you can be in the prime of your life and suddenly experience difficulty hearing!
Even scarier, it's the things you do everyday without even thinking that can cause hearing loss.
In fact, it's the cause of approximately 15% of a... ››› more
So many things that are part of your every day life put you at risk of horrific and chronic illnesses.
And it's not only your heart, lungs and other major organs you should worry about!
Think about your ears? Have you ever thought about what you'd do if you lost your ability to hear?
Surely your entire life would come crashing down!
And its simple things you do without thinking tha... ››› more
You probably enjoy a glass of wine or two at book club without feeling guilty about it.
After all, experts say it's good for your health, right?
Sadly, the consensus about alcohol and the benefits it has on your health are rapidly changing.
In fact, researchers say many more people die because of alcohol-related health issues than it helps prevent. As such, they're saying it might be a... ››› more
You may not think there's a link between hearing loss and the fact you have diabetes, but researchers have recently found there's a close association between the two.
In fact, experts say hearing loss is as common in people with diabetes as it is in those without it. But what's scary is even if you're prediabetic - meaning your blood sugar isn't under control and your body may not be able to u... ››› more
When your favourite song starts playing on your iPod, what the first thing you do?
That's right, you turn it up without hesitating.
But listening to your favourite song blast through your headphones could leave you with debilitating and permanent hearing loss, warn experts.
What's scary is that at least a third of the population have hearing loss associated with loud noise, says medici... ››› more
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