1. Ginger Compress
Applying a ginger compress over the ears and kidney area helps to break up accumulations of fat and mucous.
Onion is considered as an excellent home remedy for hearing loss and deafness. To use onion for treating hearing loss and deafness, you macerate onion (300 g) in 1 litre of water for at least haft-day. You should take three glasses per day. Another option is to place onion packs in the troubled ear for curing middle ear infection in kids.
3. Apple cider
Apple cider vinegar is rich in magnesium, potassium, zinc and manganese. Deficiency in any one of these minerals can cause problems with hearing.
4. Table Salt
One of great home remedy for hearing loss is using salt poultice. For instant results, you heat one cup of salt by a pan or microwave for 4 minutes. Afterwards, you spread it on to a cloth and then tie up the edges of this cloth to create a round leak proof poultice. Lastly, you place it on the troubed ear for 10 minutes for good effects. It is suggested to repeat this process as many times as needed daily.
5. Bone marrow
For best results, you should make a bone marrow soup with organic calves’ bones or sheep’s bones. You can cook add three pounds bones and 1/3 cup each of kidney beans, black beans and adzuki beans, 2 diced celery stalks, 2 diced carrots, one-half cup dried seaweed and 1 sliced onion to eight cups of water in a large pot. You should use season with one teaspoon each cumin, turmeric and black pepper.
6. Blenders and Coffee Grinders
Some models may exceed 88 dB. Muffle the sound by wrapping a large kitchen towel around the base, where the motor is, when in use.
7. Garbage Disposal
Older models can exceed the safety threshold. Use earplugs when standing near the sink while the disposal’s running.
8. Protect Your Ears from These Everyday Noisemakers
Hearing loss typically develops slowly, the result of prolonged exposure to thousands of high-decibel insults to the ear. Much of that damage may occur right in your own home: Many popular small appliances exceed the safe-volume threshold of 85 decibels—akin to the din of busy city traffic.
9. Surgically correcting anatomical problems with the eardrums or bones of the middle ear
Removing ear wax that blocks the ear canal by washing it out or dissolving it with ear drops
10 .Avoid Cold and Raw Foods
Avoid cold and raw foods and icy beverages, as the coldness may constrict the eustachian tubes, causing poor drainage from the inner ears.
Maintain a diet low in saturated fats, and eliminate fried and greasy foods.
11. Avoid Processed meats and Dairy products
Avoid processed meats and dairy products, as they have a tendency to increase mucus production. Protein deposits similar to those in milk have been found in the inner ear of patients with partial hearing loss.