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Women and hearing health

Women and hearing health

Being female also comes with unique physical changes, each of which can impact our sense of hearing.

Pregnancy – A small number of women experience sudden sensorineural hearing loss during pregnancy. Scientists hypothesize this is caused by changes in the cardiovascular, hematological and endocrine system, affecting the circulation in the cochlea. The condition is rare and most women regain their hearing after delivery.

Menopause – A decrease in estrogen levels may play a role in hearing loss among menopausal women, according to a study by Swedish researchers. They found women who do not take hormone replacement therapy were more likely to have poorer hearing than those who do.

As you can see, hearing health is closely related to many health conditions common among women. Hearing devices benefit cognitive function and enhance quality of life — and research indicates women are more likely to seek treatment sooner and wear their hearing aids longer and on a more regular basis than our male counterparts. That’s good news. Take the first step: find a hearing healthcare professional you trust and commit to having your hearing evaluated on an annual basis.

Tips for Women to Help Manage Your Hearing Health

  • – Maintain Your Heart’s Health

The association between cardiovascular health and hearing health has never been stronger. It’s all about blood circulation throughout the body.

Circulatory problems have the ability to affect any number of bodily processes, particularly in the most delicate areas of the body — like the cochlea, the delicate inner-ear organ responsible for sending sound signals to the brain. Conditions that restrict blood supply to the cochlea can starve the inner ear of necessary oxygen and permanently damage hearing.

Cardiovascular disease causes hardening of the arteries, which affects your circulation and, in turn, could affect your hearing. The Ear, Nose, and Throat Institute believes that the link between hearing loss and cardiovascular disease is due to the inner ear’s sensitivity to circulation. The disease causes hardening of the arteries, which affects your circulation and, in turn, your hearing. If you have a history of heart disease, it is essential to have a baseline hearing evaluation to monitor changes in your hearing throughout the course of the disease.

– Beware of Diabetes

Those with diabetes — particularly type 2 — are at a greater risk of heart disease and stroke, making them vulnerable to hearing loss. Studies show hearing loss is twice as common in people with diabetes compared to those without. High blood glucose levels linked with diabetes could cause damage to the small blood vessels in the inner ear. The inner ear is essential in allowing the brain to properly process sounds.

– Manage Hypertension

High blood pressure can lead to problems in the organs affected, especially the delicate cochlea. Because of how small the cochlea is, the veins and arteries carrying blood through the cochlea are among the tiniest in the body — and therefore important to protect in order to preserve healthy hearing.

– Maintain a Healthy Diet

Hearing health is whole-body health. A balanced diet is a great way to get all of the vitamins and nutrients listed here. If you have questions about your hearing health or more preventive measures, contact your hearing professional.

– Quit Smoking

In a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, cigarette smoking was determined to be a factor in the development of hearing loss. Current smokers are 1.69 times as likely to have a hearing loss as nonsmokers, and nonsmokers who live with a smoker are more likely to have a hearing loss than those who are not exposed to secondhand smoke.

Those who smoke a pack a day for 40 years are 1.27 times as likely to have a hearing loss as those with who smoke a pack a day for 10 years.

Women and hearing health

Women and hearing health

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