Three highs, surely affect the hearing loss of the elderly?

Hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, and hyperglycemia are metabolic diseases, which can damage vascular endothelium, cause arteriosclerosis, increase blood viscosity, and cause insufficient blood supply of inner ear capillaries and local microcirculation perfusion disorders, affecting inner ear hair cells and The blood oxygen supply of the auditory nerve will accelerate and aggravate the deterioration of auditory nerve function for a long time, causing hearing impairment and even deafness in the elderly.Many studies at home and abroad have shown that any increase in blood pressure, blood cholesterol, and blood sugar will significantly increase the risk of hearing impairment in the elderly, and any two or all of them will increase, which is more harmful.

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