08/1/13

Tinnitus Cure: Treatment for the Elderly

The elderly is more prone to suffering from tinnitus compared to adults. Their poor hearing often subjects them to very loud noises which could hurt the already delicate bones, nerve endings and blood vessels of the ear. Seeking the most appropriate tinnitus treatment for the elderly will help them take care of their condition and may also help enrich their lives more. With the right tinnitus care treatment provided, the elderly will be able to communicate their needs better as well.Here are some recommended tinnitus cures for the elderly:

http://hiddenhearingireland.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/hearing-loss.jpg1. Check for impaction of ear wax and dirt in the ear canal. Elderly people may not feel too well in taking care of themselves let alone clean their ears. Taking care of their personal hygiene means checking for impaction of cerumen and dirt in the ears.
2. Using white noise is very ideal for elderly patients; you may use white noise machines or white noise makers such as radios, electric fans, washing machines and other household appliances that can help reduce the persistent ringing that they experience in their ears.
3. Helping seniors with their diet. An elderly patient’s diet is very important in keeping tinnitus at bay. The elderly should eat a low salt, low fat meal which can help them maintain their blood pressure levels.
4. Seniors naturally have a happy disposition, but those who are sick and recovering from illness may feel depressed regarding their condition. Stress, anxiety, and depression are the most common things that aggravate tinnitus; dealing with these conditions can ultimately help manage tinnitus. A visit to a whyaremyearsringing.co.uk may be just the thing to help you regain your auditory capabilities.

11/22/13

The power of the mind. Blog by Maggi Summerhill

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I always get butterflies whenever I upload a new blog entry or story for the rest of the world to see. I worry if I have done the best I could? Is spelling and grammar correct? Have I forgotten anything? Will people like it?

My latest upload is for my blog about inspirational lives: an interview with Karen Putz, a mother of three teenage children, successful sports person, Journalist, founder of a non-profit early intervention provider a prolific blogger and she is deaf. I know Karen is happy with what I have written but…..