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Wearing a hearing aid does not affect residual hearing

Although senile deafness is an irreversible degenerative disease, there is no specific drug treatment, but consciously exercise more listening, it is still conducive to hearing improvement. The elderly in the back of the ear should make the best use of residual hearing to compensate for the hearing loss caused by senile deafness.

1.Older people with early hearing loss should always listen to low-pitched voices. If you don’t wear a hearing aid, avoid turning the TV and radio volume too loud for a long time, because these sounds will become noise, destroy the remaining hearing, and accelerate the hearing loss.

2.Once the diagnosis is senile deafness, you must choose the appropriate hearing aid to help you successfully talk to others, and enter the theater, theater, etc. to enjoy the same art as normal people. This helps the elderly to adjust their mental state and indirectly to delay organ aging. Many elderly people are very resistant to hearing aids. They think that hearing aids can’t be picked up when they are worn, and they can damage hearing. In fact, no matter what kind of deafness, hearing aids can be used not only without adverse effects on residual hearing, but most hearing aids now have automatic gain control function, which can effectively protect residual hearing.

3.Old people with tinnitus can listen to their favorite music before going to sleep every day. The rhythm of the music is best consistent with the tone of the tinnitus, the volume is slightly higher than the tinnitus, so that the music that the brain remembers harmoniously can effectively drive away the troubles caused by tinnitus.

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