How to avoid irreversible hearing loss?

13. Develop good eating habits, adjust the diet, eat more foods rich in zinc, iron, and calcium, avoid long-term consumption of high-salt, high-fat, and low-fiber foods, avoid overeating, and quit smoking and alcohol.Avoid contact with noise and stay away from noise: The time for listening to the radio and wearing headphones should not be too long, and the volume should not be too loud.Maintain a good mental state, maintain an optimistic, up-and-coming, and not irritable mood.

14. Actively treat the three highs, actively treat high blood pressure, hyperlipidemia, cerebral arteriosclerosis and diabetes: Active treatment of these diseases is very important to prevent microcirculation disorders and delay the speed of hearing loss in the elderly.

15. Newborns should be routinely screened for hearing, and if hearing impairment is found, intervention and treatment should be done as soon as possible.

      Healing damaged hair cells may be a goal that can only be achieved decades later. Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis tried to use growth factors to culture hair cells in vitro, hoping to restore hearing through this method, but this work will It will take more than ten years before there will be substantive progress.Dr. Rafay Holmer, Director of Biomedical Research at the Royal National Institute for the Deaf, said: “We currently have no treatment to restore permanent hearing loss.”

      At present, for sensorineural hearing loss, wearing hearing aids is an effective solution.When a patient with hearing loss is diagnosed with sensorineural hearing loss, wear it as soon as possible Hearing aid , To prevent the brain from being uncomfortable with the language for a long time without contact with sound, causing hearing loss to gradually increase and affecting communication.The growth and development process of mammals is different from that of non-mammalian animals. The hair cells in the inner ear cannot repair themselves, resulting in irreversible hearing loss.

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