Develop a scientific diet and eat more foods rich in zinc, iron, and calcium, which helps to expand the capillaries, improve the blood supply to the inner ear, and prevent hearing loss.
Use with caution or ban drugs that damage the auditory nerve. Aminoglycoside antibiotics are one of the most ototoxic deaf drugs that cause the most damage to the cochlea. Those in the family with a history of ototoxic drug allergy should be used with caution.
Maintain a good mental state. When a person is emotional or anxious, the secretion of adrenaline increases, which can cause spasm in the small arteries of the inner ear, and the blood flow in the small blood vessels is slow, resulting in insufficient oxygen supply to the inner ear, leading to sudden deafness.
Frequent ear massage can promote blood circulation in the inner ear, such as massaging the ear gallery, pinching the earlobe, and massaging the Fengchi acupoints on both sides of the hairline at the back of the neck.
Do not pull out your ears if you use improper force, it will easily cause damage and infection of the external auditory canal, resulting in swelling and inflammation of the external auditory canal.
Avoid prolonged exposure to high-decibel noise. Long-term exposure to high-decibel noise will damage the hair cells and damage the inner ear, resulting in noise-induced deafness. Avoid listening to earplugs for a long time, otherwise it will cause hearing loss.
If there are diseases, timely treatment of high blood pressure, hyperlipidemia, cerebral arteriosclerosis and diabetes may cause ear diseases. (Source: Science and Technology Daily)