Aging of Auditory Organs

Aging of auditory organs is a natural law, and there is no way to reverse this process. But it is not to say that there is no way to prevent and rehabilitate senile hearing loss. Years of clinical practice shows that there is a set of effective intervention measures for senile hearing impairment.

Scientific selection of hearing aids, cochlear implantation, specialized listening and speech training, and application of hearing aids are all effective methods to solve hearing impairment.


For the majority of deaf patients, the most realistic way is to fit hearing aids, and the more timely the better. Fitting and wearing appropriate hearing aids can not only improve the hearing condition, overcome the language communication and psychological barriers, but also avoid the further decline of hearing discrimination. It is one of the most economical, practical and safe ways to solve the problem of hearing impairment.


The hearing aid can amplify the sound signal to ensure that the user can feel the sound to the maximum extent. Hearing aids can also selectively amplify sounds of different frequencies according to the hearing loss of users (for example, for patients with severe high-frequency hearing loss, amplify more high-frequency sounds; for patients with severe low-frequency hearing loss, amplify more low-frequency sounds), so as to ensure that users can hear and hear as clearly as possible. Some hearing aids not only amplify weak and small sounds, but also limit the output of larger sounds as needed.