Save Your Hearing Now: The Revolutionary Program That Can Prevent and May Even Reverse Hearing Loss

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Grand Central Publishing, Jun 27, 2009 - Health & Fitness - 288 pages
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After 20 years of research, leading otolaryngologist Dr. Michael Seidman has developed a breakthrough all natural alternative treatment program to battle hearing loss safely and effectively. Using a specifi c combination of antioxidants, diet, exercise, and basic lifestyle changes, Dr. Seidman's program can help to prevent--and possibly reverse--hearing loss. The book offers a simple self-assessment test that identifies the type, severity, and prognosis of hearing loss, comprehensive advice on diet and supplements, and natural remedies and important lifestyle changes that can make a difference. This is the ultimate resource providing answers--and hope--to the millions of hearing impaired.

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Better Food Equals Better Hearing
TheSave Your Hearing Now Food Program
Getting to Know the Good Fats
Skip the Sweet Stuff
Making Moderation Work for You
How to Get There from Here
Where Taste and Nutrition Meet

Balance Begins in the Ears
The Physics of Hearing
Free Radicals
The Mighty Mitochondria
Unraveling the Hearing Loss Mystery in the Lab
What This Means to Us Humans
The Lifestyle Connection
The Lowdown on Caloric Restriction
Move It or Lose It
How Drugs Damage Hearing
Sound Measures
More Noise in the Nighttime
The Link Between Our Noisy World and Hearing Loss
The Noise Never Stops
A Closer Look at Hearing Loss
Drugs That Harm Our Hearing
Other Causes of Hearing Loss
Ear Protection
Vitamins 101
Beyond the Basics
The Mighty Minerals and More
How Food Became a FourLetter Word
Defining Healthy Weight
Why Everyone Should Get Moving
How Working Out Helps Your Heart and Your Hearing
The Exercise Connection to Weight Management
Exercise Is for Everyone
Cover the Bases with Earmuffs
Listen to the Musicor Notwith NoiseCanceling Headphones
The Color of Noise
Measuring Sound with a Meter
Protecting Ears in the Air
The Sounds of Silence and the Science of Acoustics
Lifestyle Chart
A Typical Day on the Save Your Hearing Now Program
Dealing with Depression
The Mystery of Ménières Disease
Easing the Symptoms of Ear Infections
The Emotional Toll of Hearing Loss
Hearing Aids Explained
A Look at Cochlear Implants
Assistive Listening Technology

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MICHAEL D. SEIDMAN, MD, FACS, lives in West Bloomfield, Michigan. MARIE MONEYSMITH lives in Beverly Hills, California.

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