How to Avoid Tinnitus, Infection in the Ears, and Hearing Loss[imwb_socialbuzz] By John On August 16, 2011 Under Tinnitus
Ear problems are more common than we think. The usual complaints are tinnitus or ears ringing, infection, and hearing loss. These problems can be prevented in most cases.
The best way to prevent both tinnitus and hearing loss before you ever have to find a cure for tinnitus or hearing loss is to avoid loud noise. Exposure to loud noises can cause real damage to your inner ears. The louder the noise and the longer your exposure, the more damage you could sustain. Most people don’t know this.
Keep the volume of your television, DVD player, and stereo at home at moderate volume. At the same time, keep your iPods and portable music players at moderate volumes too.
You can keep your ears safe by keeping it dry because moisture provides the right environment for bacteria to grow and cause infection. Ear infection can also lead to temporary hearing loss, tinnitus, earache, and ear discharge.
Do not insert sharp objects in your ears because you could injure your ears if you do so. At the same time, you could also scratch your ear canal.
Consult your doctor if you experience earache, ear discharge, ringing in your ears, and muffled hearing.