You don’t have to be online to give your ears a workout. Try these tech-free tips to exercise your ears wherever you are.
Practice having a conversation in a noisy environment by turning on the TV or radio at home, and talking to someone while keeping the volume at a normal level. Focus on the conversation you’re in, while trying to tune out the background noise.
If you don’t have anyone to practice with, try meditating. Meditation improves concentration, which in turn improves listening. Meditation takes practice, but even a few minutes a day of quiet meditation can quickly improve your ability to focus on the conversation at hand.
Yoga For Good Hearing
Yoga poses including tree, lotus, cobra and triangle all help to improve your circulation. Good circulation helps nerve function, and works to remove things like free radicals from your bloodstream – all of which can help to keep your hearing healthy.
You don’t need to go to a fancy studio to reap all the health benefits of yoga. Download a yoga app onto your iPad, or find a YouTube video you enjoy. A simple, consistent yoga practice will be good for your ears, and your overall health.
Visit an Audiologist
Do a little bit for your ears each day, and visit our experienced Audiologists at Archer & Mann annually for a hearing test. Your audiologist will work with you to make sure your hearing stays healthy for years to come.