Eating Fish Food rich in omega 3 fatty acids which have many virtues for the cardiovascular system, can improve micro circulation blood to the inner ear, thus helping to preserve hearing – is the conclusion of a comprehensive study conducted by American researchers, published on 10 September in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, informs Wednesday.

Of course, for hearing conservation it is important to avoid exposure to noise and medicines so-called “ototoxic” (likely to affect hearing).

Since 2007 researchers at the University of Sydney (Australia) found in women over 54 years – those who had damage to the microcirculation retinei- an increased risk of hearing loss in the low frequencies. The same team found – after a five-year observation – that the hearing of nearly 3,000 men and women in this age group was better if they ate fish at least twice a week.

The study appeared in the US in September 2014 has a completely different scale, carried on for 18 years 65 215 women in 1991 at the beginning of the research were aged between 25 and 42. During the study, 11 606 of them have undergone alterations hearing.

The multitude of the analyzed data allowed researchers from the department of biostatistics at Harvard to calculate the precise impact of fish consumption, eliminating other aspects.

According to Dr. Sharon Curhan and colleagues at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, ‘results show that some dietary changes may help reduce the risk of hearing loss’.

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