Imagine if when you woke up this morning you'd gotten out of bed and fell to the floor because you'd lost all sense of balance. You'd probably feel scared to say the least. Worse s...Read More
Your hearing is one of your most important senses you have. Most people take their ears for granted. After all you were born with them and just like our eyes or mouth your hearing ability developed without you even thinking about it. Most of us never stop to consider what it would be like if our hearing stopped working.
Hearing gives us safety and security, communication with our world and pleasure. For instance, when you hear properly with both ears you can tell the direction of sound, which means additional safety because you aren’t caught unawares by (say) a car coming up behind you.
Without even knowing it we depend heavily on hearing. From the moment we are born (even before we are born) the world comes to us through sound – especially through our first and second years of life when we learn to interpret and make sense of our environment through sound. We learn to listen for our mother’s voice, we understand the encouraging tones as our family praise our early efforts at smiling, sitting up, walking and our venture into speech.
Losing the ability to hear things clearly is often one of the first signs of ageing and even some cases it can even be an indication of dementia setting. While many people think it’s natural to go a little bit deaf as you get older, there are ways that you can prevent this from happening too early, or too fast. And you don’t have to go to extreme measures.
The Daily Health will help you to discover the litany of effective remedies and natural measures – ranging from Ginkgo Biloba to a plant extract that reduces inflammation processes within your inner ear and improves blood circulation you can take to protect your ears and hearing from tinnitus, age-related hearing loss, vertigo and Meniere’s Disease.
Losing your hearing can have serious consequences that go beyond simply being a nuisance when you miss the telephone ring or have to constantly ask people to repeat themselves. It...Read More