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Hearing loss may cause you to withdraw from activities and social events, leading to feeling lonely and isolated. Worse yet, untreated hearing loss could potentially lead to depression or other mental health problems. Fortunately, there are treatments for hearing loss that can help you get back on track in your life! It Can Be a Symptom of Other Medical Conditions

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Do you suspect that you may have some form of hearing loss ? If so, it is imperative to get in touch with an audiologist sooner rather than later so that you can book an appointment. A lot of people have it won’t happen to me feeling when it comes to hearing loss.  They assume that this is something that

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There are so many potential signs of hearing loss. But many people miss them because they don’t just suddenly arrive overnight. Due to the nature of hearing loss, you’ll find that the symptoms creep up very slowly over time, making them less noticeable. If you’re unsure of what the main symptoms of hearing loss are and which ones you should

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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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