5 Methods to Improve Your Hearing + Preventing Further Hearing Loss

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This article was co-authored by Chris M. Matsko, MD. Dr. Chris M. Matsko is a retired physician based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. With over 25 years of medical research experience, Dr. Matsko was awarded the Pittsburgh Cornell University Leadership Award for Excellence. He holds a BS in Nutritional Science from Cornell University and an MD from the Temple University School of Medicine in 2007. Dr. Matsko earned a Research Writing Certification from the American Medical Writers Association (AMWA) in 2016 and a Medical Writing & Editing Certification from the University of Chicago in 2017. This article has been viewed 735,697 times.

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Updated: September 25, 2020

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If you want to improve your hearing and you don’t suffer from any major hearing disorders, try getting involved in cardiovascular exercises like biking or jogging several times a week. Improved blood circulation could help your hearing. You can also train your ears to filter out ambient sound by practicing noise filtering, in which you engage in a conversation while gradually adding 3-4 sources of music or other sounds. In addition, you can download an app to your phone designed to improve hearing. Read on for tips from our medical co-author on how to deal with sensorineural or conductive hearing loss.

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