• You are being told that the TV is too loud for everyone else.
• You have difficulty following conversations in large groups or noisy places.
• You have to ask other people to repeat themselves, especially young children and women.
• Sensorineural Hearing Loss
This occurs either due to damage to the cochlea in the inner ear or due to damage to nerve pathways from the inner ear to the brain. This is the most common type of permanent hearing loss.
• Conductive Hearing Loss
This occurs when sound is not travel well from the outer ear, through the canal to the eardrum and the ossicles of the middle ear.
• Mixed Hearing Loss
This happens due to damage in the outer or middle ear and in the inner ear with the cochlea or auditory nerve it is a mixture of two types of hearing loss: conductive hearing loss and sensorineural hearing loss
• Noise-Induced Hearing Loss
This occurs when one has been exposure to harmful noises
sensitive structures in our inner ear can be permanently damaged
This condition is generally characterized by ringing in the ears. It can happen in one or both ears. Approximately 50 million Americans experiencing some degree of these symptoms
• Hearing Loss in Children
2 to 3 out of every 1000 newborns are born with hearing loss
Even if they are okay at birth, hearing loss can also begin during childhood
• Meniere’s Disease
This disease affects the parts of the ear that help control balance. Apart from this, it can also lead to hearing loss over time.
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