Hearing Loss Supplements
Natural treatments for hearing
It is often difficult to gain a specific diagnosis and causes for
hearing loss and deafness. Sensorineural hearing loss is the most prevalent cause of deafness. This diagnosis
relates to damage to the nerves with in the ear and is often referred to as ‘nerve deafness’.
These supplements are used in treating hearing loss and inner ear
problems, which are related to ability to maintain body balance.
Balance and hearing loss
Aldo-Pro supplement are Aldosterone capsules that are used as a treatment for hearing loss and
50 × 125mcg caps.
Aldo-Spray contains Aldosterone hormone that's crucial to inner ear's health, linked to
sensorineural hearing loss condition.
10mg 5ml spray
An anti-anxiety drug has been found to be potent and stimulating in the treatment of memory
loss, hearing and speech problems.
60 × 50mg caps.
As already stated, sensorineural hearing loss is one of most common causes of going deaf. This is caused by
damage to the inner ear nerves, which also causes balance problems.
Inside the cochlea in the inner ear, there are hair cells which pass information on sound impulses via
nerves to the brain. Any damage that impairs this transfer of information from the hair cells of the inner ear to
the auditory nerve and finally the brain will cause Sensorineural hearing loss.
Examples of this hearing loss include:
Aging Process - As we get older we can loose of hair cells in the cochlea and this is often
responsible for hearing loss for those over 60.
Acoustic Trauma - Very loud noises can damage hair cells, such listening to loud music or being
exposed to constant loud noise.
Infections - Mumps or Meningitis can cause loss of hair cells, which are responsible for
passing on sound impulses to the brain.
Conductive Hearing Loss
The second most common cause of deafness is Conductive hearing loss. This is basically caused by obstruction in
the outer ear, which prevents or inhibits sound passing to the inner ear for processing by the brain.
This can be caused by anything that interferes with the transmission of sound from the outer to the inner ear,
- Ear infections
- Glue ear
- Build up of wax
- Damage to the ossicles or perforated eardrum