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Hearing loss is a common problem that many people face, and it can often go undetected for years . This is because the early signs of hearing loss are often subtle and can be easily dismissed.  What Causes Hearing Loss? The leading causes of hearing loss include: Age Noise  Exposure Ototoxic medication Hereditary If you or someone you know suffers

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Knowing the top symptoms to look out for when you experience hearing loss can be particularly useful if it is not an area you are familiar with. So here, we will discuss the typical symptoms that people with hearing loss typically experience so that you are aware of these possible signs if you find yourself in this situation.  It is

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Hearing loss, according to data, is extremely common across the globe. Some people who live with this condition and opt to ignore it and even put off seeking treatment. Hearing loss is considered to be a normal part of growing older by the majority of individuals who do not seek medical attention for it. However mild or unobtrusive your hearing

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There are many different types of hearing loss that people can experience today. The most common, which most people are aware of, is age-related hearing loss. In this post, we will help you to get a better comprehension of age-related hearing loss, so you can understand why we lose our hearing as we get older, as well as some steps

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Presbycusis, also known as hearing loss due to aging, is very common actually and most older people have experienced it to some extent. People with hearing loss are not actually deaf and can still hear all kinds of sounds. Usually, in particular, it affects the perception of high-pitched sounds and speech. Since hearing loss is gradual, many people may not

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Hearing loss occurs when one part of the ear does not function correctly. There are three key types of hearing loss: Sensorineural hearing loss, which typically affects the inner ear. Conductive, which impairs hearing in the middle and outer ear. Mixed hearing loss, which affects the inner, middle and outer ear. If you suspect that you may be experiencing hearing

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Hearing loss can come on gradually or suddenly, which can make it challenging to identify if you aren’t aware of the symptoms. The most common signs of hearing loss include asking others to repeat themselves frequently, hearing mumbling when talking on the phone, turning up the volume on the television and difficulty hearing women and children. If you, or someone

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It is possible to have a temporary or permanent hearing loss. It usually develops over time as you become older, although it can also occur suddenly. It can be difficult to know if you are losing your hearing. The following are examples of common signs: Having trouble hearing people clearly, especially when you’re in a noisy environment. You're having dinner

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Just like any medical problem, hearing loss comes with signs and symptoms that are worth looking out for. It’s worth knowing these so that you can help yourself or your loved ones when it comes to hearing loss of any kind. Here are some of the most common symptoms of hearing loss : Muffled speech It’s sometimes difficult to pick

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