Dr. Tonya Farmer and WebMD Discuss Importance of Ear Health

Hearing loss affects 48 million Americans, according to WebMD, that is one in seven people missing out on potential involvement in their environment. Hearing decline is a common problem as people age, but age isn’t the only cause. Many factors contribute to hearing loss, such as loud noises and diets deficient in essential micronutrients.

Dr. Tonya Farmer, board-certified otolaryngologist says, “Start by wearing ear protection and turning down the volume. Research shows that unsafe volumes are putting 53 million young people in the U.S. at risk of ear damage. Nutrition also plays an important role in ear health to function properly. Our ears require nutrients that we don't often get from standard diets or multivitamins to replenish these essential vitamins and minerals.” She also recommends you consider a daily supplement like Lipo Flavonoid Advanced Hearing Support.”

“Start by wearing ear protection and turning down the volume. Research shows that unsafe volumes are putting 53 million young people in the U.S. at risk of ear damage…”

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