Try to cut your ears as little as possible and never use sharp tools to cut your ears.If we often use earphones to listen to music or other things, the ears are more likely to produce more earwax, and occasionally accompanied by itching. I often feel this during the period when I often wear earphones.I always want to dig my ears, and sometimes I accidentally hurt my ears, but luckily I haven’t hurt my ears.Moreover, it is easy to be addicted to holding out your ears and holding it comfortably. I have had such a period of time, and I particularly like to dig out my ears, which is very comfortable.Therefore, for the health of your ears, try to cut your ears as little as possible.
Develop good living habits.Eat less high-fat foods, the concentration of cholesterol in the blood is too high, causing atherosclerosis of the blood vessel wall, vascular sclerosis reduces the blood supply to the inner ear, and the auditory organs are malnourished, leading to hearing loss or deafness.Insist on regular ear massage. Each part of the ear and 49 acupoints are closely related to the internal organs. Massage the auricle, deafness and pull the auricle, with redness as the degree, three times a day, which is quite beneficial.Actively treat colds, because colds can affect the degree of ventilation of the Eustachian tube (the tube from the pharynx to the middle ear cavity).In addition, if you blow your nose improperly, the bacteria in your nose will accidentally enter the middle ear cavity, which will easily cause suppuration of the middle ear and affect your hearing.Avoid the use of ototoxic drugs, such as streptomycin, gentamicin, kanamycin, neomycin, quinine and its derivatives, to avoid drug-induced deafness.Infants and young children must ban these drugs.Excessive mood swings can cause the spasm and contraction of capillaries throughout the body, causing serious slowing of the blood flow of the inner ear auditory blood vessels, and microcirculation disorders, resulting in hypoxia of the inner ear auditory nerve, leading to sudden deafness.
Such as fish, lean meat, beef and mutton, dairy products, beer, yeast, sesame, walnuts, peanuts, soybeans, brown rice, whole wheat noodles, etc.Zinc can promote fat metabolism and protect ear arteries.
Such as red dates, walnuts, sesame seeds, bananas, pineapples, mustard greens, day lilies, spinach, kelp, seaweed and grains.A lack of magnesium in the ear arteries will affect the function of the ear arteries and cause hearing loss.
Such as bone soup, skimmed milk, calcium tablets, etc.Vitamin D and calcium can not only maintain the small bones in the tympanum, strengthen the ear bones, avoid otosclerosis like osteoporosis, but also purify the ear arteries and improve ear function.