From the inner ear to the auditory center is the sensory nerve pathway (electrical signals). Microcirculation disorders, drug toxicity, viral infection, autoimmunity, genetic factors, trauma and other factors can cause auditory nerve damage and cause sensorineural hearing loss.The hair cells and nerve cells of our hearing are only produced during embryonic development and cannot regenerate once damaged or lost.
Nowadays, music has become an indispensable part of many people’s lives. Some people usually develop the habit of listening to music with headphones for a long time, and long-term use of headphones can cause serious damage to the eardrums, which will lead to Hearing loss, so friends who have this habit should correct this bad habit in time. Usually, try not to use headphones. It is best to use external speakers to listen to music, and avoid excessive volume when listening to music.
If the patient’s hearing loss is caused by damage to the eardrum, the eardrum should be repaired in time. After the eardrum is repaired, the hearing will naturally resume as before.For patients with hearing loss due to ear diseases such as otitis media, otosclerosis, Meniere’s disease, etc., the primary disease must be actively treated. When the focus is eliminated, the ears will naturally become better.