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Is it necessary to exercise for weak nerves in ear?

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Posted on Mon, 1 Jun 2015
Question: hello I have hearing problem I visited an ent doctor he removed wax and asked to have audiology test
By test report I have losses hearing capacity by almost 40% in both ears
After examination doctor told me ear nerves are weak no alternative is there except hearing aid. And also told an exercise close your mouth and nose and breath out through ear is it correct to do the exercise please reply
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Answered by Dr. Hariom Sharma (44 minutes later)
Brief Answer:
If your nerves are weak then no need of exercise

Detailed Answer:
Hi,
I have gone through your query; and for your kind information if your nerves are weak then no need of exercise.
For better management send me the report of pure tone audiogram. If you have sensorineural hearing loss or mixed hearing loss in your audiogram then hearing aid is the better option.
If you have conductive hearing loss then go for the impedance Audiometry and managed according to the report of this test.

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Brief Answer: If your nerves are weak then no need of exercise Detailed Answer: Hi, I have gone through your query; and for your kind information if your nerves are weak then no need of exercise. For better management send me the report of pure tone audiogram. If you have sensorineural hearing loss or mixed hearing loss in your audiogram then hearing aid is the better option. If you have conductive hearing loss then go for the impedance Audiometry and managed according to the report of this test. Thanks