Improve your hearing?

I thought I could share with music lovers my discoveries on how I improved my hearing.
I have learned a bit on health through reading numerous books and incorporating what I have learned such as dietary practices, sleeping habits, exercise methods into my life-style. Then I would hold onto what I have seen worked for me.
I don't want to profess any miracle cures or that I have found answers to all or any illnesses or diseases.
My greatest lesson in studying health has been to recognize we all have different needs since we are just plain and simple different. Just as we have different preferences in music and equipment, we too have different needs.
I have tried different multi-vitamins and am taking the one that made a difference. I don't see a need for recommending any, but there is a lesson one can gain from this.
If something else works for you I think it's obvious don't fix what is not broken. Some may be opposed to vitamins, that's fine I don't care to argue for or against.
One final note: I will state that I believe it's in our interest to realize that only we ourselves can care for ourselves more than anyone else unless there is a soulmate or special family member in our life.
A thought:
every part of your body is the intricate result of food converted to tissue, blood, bone etc.
If you want an excelllent stereo system you know that every part of the system needs to be of the best quality. You can apply that to food. There is good and then there is better.
If fact something interesting I had read recently was on electrical nutrition. Our body is electric, it has been proven and accupuncture taps into it, and this is a more than 2,000 year old health system. The passing of electrical potential on a molecular level provides different degrees of nutrition dependent on the electrons released. Optimal nutrtion is eating food that is most likely to spoil. The faster the spoilage occurs the greater the benefit. Our digestive system is just an oven so to speak that breaks food apart. Alot of this break down or most is enzymatic, but food itself can contain enzymes as well. Eating food rich in enzymes is giving yourself a boost. Cooking food destroys enzymes.
From what I have learned about health I get the impression that mineral balance or imbalance that is plays a big role in how we interpret what we are hearing! Reason being: the results I got from mineral supplementation. I first mentioned multi's because they cover more ground, and I would start only with a multi before taking any individual vit. or mineral.
An excellent book on how our personality is governed by our neurotransmitters dominance is 'Edge Effect' by Eric Braverman. I bet this would play a big role in our listening pleasure as well!
Actually flushing your sinuses with warm salt water helps keep your eustachian tube clear which can most definitely hinder hearing if it started getting stopped up from allergies ect. Not as likely as ear wax buildup but it does happen. I wouldn't use the same bag that you used for the enima though!
"A good enima works wonders for improved hearing."

Agreed, but researchers don't really understand whether it's the enema itself or pulling your head out of your butt prior to the enema that improves the hearing.
Oh and on the topic of ear wax removal, I agree it can make a big difference. I found the ear candles to work very well I find them in health food stores.
Sorry no secret here it's just that like I said in the opening of the post each one of us has different needs. I have recommended one multi to friends that has helped more often than not, it is the source naturals 'life force'.
The main reason I started this thread was because I just completed a gall bladder flush that I have done many times over in the past. Upon completion of the flush every one of my senses improves. Most importantly my hearing, not so much just the frequency extremes, but capturing all of the music that is in the recording.
Do I believe this flush helped me, absolutely, and not just in hearing ability. There is a sight called curezone that covers this topic extensively. I am not affiliated with this sight.
Yes, find a good audiologist and have your hearing checked each year. Every six months have a medical doctor remove all the ear wax and clean the canal. Wear ear protection is you live in or are exposed to loud noises, especially city dwellers. Save what you have.
Yeah Pedrillo, that's pretty cheesy not saying which vitamin you believe is responsible... Or could it be you take so many that you don't know which one made the difference?
Hello Pedrillo,

Just wondering why you didn't tell us what you have found that works for you. Who knows? ... it might help others.

All the best,