Cardiovascular system diseases may affect deafness and tinnitus

Chinese-made core reminder: If you experience tinnitus and deafness after middle age, you should go to the hospital in time.In addition to the examination of the five sense organs, related examinations of the cardiovascular system are also required.

First, the nerve distribution of the ear and the cardiovascular system are the same or similar in the brain and spinal cord.Under the influence of cardiovascular pathogenic factors, the human body often causes the cochlea to appear pathological changes earlier than the myocardium, and damages the function of the cochlea, causing symptoms such as tinnitus and hearing loss.

In addition, nerve cells have very poor tolerance to hypoxia. If the auditory nerve is completely hypoxia for more than one minute, irreversible pathological damage will occur.The auditory nerve’s blood vessels are extremely thin. When there are diseases such as arteriosclerosis or increased blood viscosity, it is easy to cause vascular stenosis or blood flow to slow down, and even cause vascular occlusion, which leads to damage to the auditory nerve and its function decline or loss. In this way, non-ear source tinnitus symptoms and even deafness can occur.

Therefore, if symptoms of tinnitus and deafness occur after middle age, you should go to the hospital for medical treatment in time.In addition to the examination of the five sense organs, related examinations of the cardiovascular system are also required.

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