The following seven factors that can damage and make a deaf ear
1. Ear bud or ear phones on the music player (music player)
Ear bud makes a louder voice, so for a long time can be deafening. In addition, ear bud also make changes in the auditory system. When people used to listen to the sound of the ear bud that is close and hard, then most likely it was hard to hear sounds at normal levels or soft.
2. Open car (openkap)
Driving openkap make people have heard the 88-90 level Decibel (Db). For comparison, normal conversation is around 50 db, road traffic is about 70 Db, lawn mower about 90 Db. Repeated exposure of sound above 85 db is known to cause permanent hearing loss.
One of the lesser known side effect of some medications, such as pain medications, certain antibiotics and platinum-based chemotherapy drug, is hearing loss.
The blood vessels serving the cochlea, the organ of the inner ear. Nicotine, a vasoconstrictor that causes blood vessels to shrink slightly, can have a tremendous impact on the tiny capillaries that serve the ear.
Occupations such as musicians, factory workers, construction workers and firefighters are some people who are at high risk for constant exposure to loud noise.
Diabetes can cause decreased blood flow to the ear. Narrow or abnormal blood vessels caused by diabetes can prevent blood reaching the cochlea, can also prevent the process of cleansing toxins. It has the potential to damage the delicate cells in the ear.
7. Sickle cell anemia
People with sickle cell anemia often experience fatigue and pain due to red blood cells are crescent-shaped defect that is not round. Whereas the normal blood flow is important to reach the ears.