Diet, Exercise and Rest affects Hearing

Physical Activity, Exercise, Diet, Sleep and Rest

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We all know how important physical exercise, diet and sufficient rest is for you health and wellbeing but have you ever considered the consequences of lack of exercise or rest and a poor diet when it comes to your hearing health?

What sort of physical activity makes a difference?

It’s not just any exercise. Its exercise that results in improvement in cardiovascular health and caloric energy expenditure.

We have learnt from the neuroplasticity science that our hearing systems are plastic i.e. they can be changed, just like the cardiovascular system. Both how hearing and cardiovascular systems change for the better as a result of a positive lifestyle intervention, regardless of age.  The message is big.

“Exercise is the Medicine for your Hearing”

The other interventions that are important to preserving your hearing as you age are to maintain good body weight, make sure you get enough sleep, learn to meditate and practice mindfulness.  Mindfulness helps to reduce your stress and is particularly effective if you have tinnitus.

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All information is provided in the interests of Hearing Health education and is of a general nature. In all cases you should consult your doctor or other allied health professional for advice regarding your individual circumstances. 

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