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Ways to Reverse Hearing Loss
Possible Ways to Reverse Hearing Loss and Improve Hearing
There are many reasons why hearing loss occurs including too much earwax, a viral infection, or too much constant exposure to loud noises. However, aging is the main cause for hearing loss. Most traditional doctors believe there is no possible way to get your natural hearing back once it’s gone due to the damaged nerve cells, but according to many alternative doctors and specialist such as ear, nose, and throat doctors, there are significant ways that may be able to help reverse hearing loss and improve one’s hearing. The belief to reverse hearing loss is based on studies conducted on rats.
Antioxidants work to protect the body against the onslaught of free radicals, the cause of many diseases. One of the most powerful antioxidants is Alpa-Lipoic Acid, which is important to take when trying to improve hearing or reverse hearing loss. Take 150 mgs a day of alpha-lipoic acid. Glutathione is an enzyme that helps strengthen your body but also helps two of the most powerful antioxidants, vitamin C and E, to work effectively. Take 50 mgs of glutathione a day. Also, take recommended dosages of vitamin C and E everyday.
These very important antioxidants strengthen the immune system and increase the energy and life of cells. Another important nutrient is Coenzyme Q10 or CoQ10. CoQ10 is a vitamin supplement that carries fatty acids through the cells so they can produce more energy in cells and the body. Take 60 mgs a day of CoQ10. You can also increase your dietary intake of fish oils, known as fatty acids, grains, nuts, vegetables, fruits, and seeds to provide more fatty acids in the body.
Of course a hearing aid helps improve your hearing, but there are some very natural ways to help improve your hearing. One way is to focus on your internal hearing aid, which is in all of us. It is the ability to hear what we want to hear by specifically focusing on what it is you are trying to hear and tuning out the rest. Some people who have perfect hearing can do this very well, but everyone else, even those with hearing loss, can accomplish this. Have you ever paid close and careful attention to hear something on the TV or radio and become so tuned in to it that you can’t hear the person sitting next to you say something? Well, that’s the internal hearing aid. Try it, it can help improve your hearing. author: Erika V. Cox