5 Things You Can Do to Improve Your Hearing

hearing loss activitiesHearing loss is a common occurrence as we age, but it is not an inevitable part of aging. Unlike other areas of health that may be treated to improve them, once hearing loss occurs it cannot be brought back.

Hearing loss is a serious condition, and not just because it affects your ability to hear. Several studies have linked hearing loss to dementia and social isolation, which can contribute to depression.


Although hearing cannot be restored, there are things you can do to improve your hearing.

5 Activities to Improve Hearing

  • Exercise: Exercise is important for hearing because it promotes proper blood circulation. Your ears, like other areas of the body, require ample blood circulation to function properly. The more blood circulation we have, the better our ears can function. One study found that among 68,000 nurses, those who worked out for at least two hours a week throughout 20 years had a reduced risk of hearing loss compared to those who were inactive.
  • Yoga: Yoga is another way to improve blood circulation, and there are specific poses designed for the ears. Tree pose, lotus, triangle, and camel pose are just some poses to begin with to improve hearing. Some studies have also found that yoga may help improve tinnitus – ringing in the ears.
  • Play games: Playing games that test your auditory system have been found to improve hearing. Among a group of seniors who were either given memory tests or told to follow conversations, those who listened to conversations had better hearing.
  • Sound location: Wherever your location is, try to focus on the surrounding sounds and attempt to distinguish what is making those noises. Also, attempt to focus on certain sounds and then drain them out. These techniques can help you better focus on conversations in noisy environments.
  • Meditation: Meditation is important because it can reduce blood pressure and improve blood circulation, which is vital for hearing. Furthermore, meditation can reduce stress and stress can cause damage to the various systems in the body.

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Author Bio

Devon Andre has been involved in the health and dietary supplement industry for a number of years. Devon has written extensively for Bel Marra Health. He has a Bachelor of Forensic Science from the University of Windsor, and went on to complete a Juris Doctor from the University of Pittsburgh. Devon is keenly aware of trends and new developments in the area of health and wellness. He embraces an active lifestyle combining diet, exercise and healthy choices. By working to inform readers of the options available to them, he hopes to improve their health and quality of life.



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