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Hearing loss is something that no one should feel ashamed about and it’s something that can be fairly common for a lot of people around the world. Whether it’s hearing loss that’s happened through genetics or if it’s working in an environment with loud noises and little ear protection , it’s good to know all about hearing loss. Knowing key

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It is not uncommon for people to develop hearing loss and be entirely unaware of this fact. Hearing loss often remains hidden for several years; in fact, it can take up to 10 years for a person to seek help for hearing loss, and it has been estimated that up to 85% of cases of hearing loss are untreated.  However,

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Hearing loss can seem like a problem only the older people suffer from, especially when you’re a teenager. One of the leading causes of hearing loss is exposure to loud noises – from concerts to industrial sounds. Whether you’re an avid concertgoer or you work in a noisy field, having the right ear protection is crucial in preserving your hearing

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Not all hearing loss is created equally. In fact, hearing loss affects individuals in many different ways, in varying levels and degrees of severity. Some symptoms of hearing loss include: Difficulty hearing high-pitched sounds, such as children’s voices and women’s voices. Difficulty following conversations when more than one person speaks at once Thinking other people are mumbling or not speaking

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Frequently we associate hearing loss with aging. But children can be born with hearing loss or lose hearing because of disease. Audiologists are trained in treating people of all ages with hearing loss, so they treat hearing loss in infants, toddlers and children as well as adults. The earlier hearing loss is detected, the less impact it can have on

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