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Do you find that you often have to ask for people to repeat what they are saying? You are not alone in this; more people than you might imagine experience hearing loss. Around 20% of the population , and it is not just the elderly, either. People of all age groups and backgrounds can develop hearing loss. But hearing loss

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Hearing loss is something that affects around 20% of the population of the United States at some point in their lives. Although commonly associated with the elderly, hearing loss is something that anyone of any age may experience. But hearing loss is something that can be managed, and with the right help, you will not need to find any inconvenience

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Hearing loss is amongst the most common chronic health conditions in the US, with an estimated 20% of all people reporting some level of hearing loss according to a study from the Hearing Loss Association of America. Your audiologist can help you diagnose and find a solution that can help combat that hearing loss. However, since most people don’t have

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After you have made an appointment with your audiologist and you have gone through a hearing test, they will go through the results with you to help you understand what kind of hearing loss you have. To do that, they’re going to use a chart known as an audiogram. Your hearing test results are present on this audiogram, a diagram

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Exposure to unsafe levels of noise (which is any noise over 85 decibels in volume) is one of the leading causes of hearing loss . A lot of us live, work, and have fun in some very noisy ways and environments. Prevention is the only cure for noise-induced hearing loss, and hearing protection is an essential part of that. How

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