Acoustic ability prevention

Listening is a feeling as necessary as any other person has. Vehicle horns, power tool bomb, radio on percussion. Regardless of where you work or live, you are likely to be exposed to some degree of noise pollution. Prolonged exposure to loud noises, such as the above, can significantly damage our hearing.

Unfortunately, many people do not realize the damage that is happening until it is too late, due to the fact that it develops gradually over time. However, hearing loss can be effectively prevented in the following ways:

  • Avoid sounds that cause pain, tinnitus (buzzing) in the ears.
  • Avoid sounds that cause temporary hearing loss or are stressful.
  • When going out to nightclubs, there should never be a long stay next to or too close to the speaker.
  • Avoid or reduce the frequency of hunting. The most common cause of hearing loss is a gunshot wound to the side by the shooter. Alternatively, the use of special ear protectors can be a measure of the size of the hearing loss.
  • Those who are regularly exposed to loud noises should use earplugs and regularly check their hearing with their doctor for early diagnosis and treatment, which can prevent serious hearing problems.
  • Professionals who are exposed to loud noise due to the nature of their work, have the right to seek hearing protection from the employer to deal with the problem.

If you suffer from incurable hearing loss, you may feel isolated and frustrated as if you are losing part of your life. People around you may also be frustrated. It is important to know that you are not alone. About 1 in 10 people experience hearing loss to some degree. Fortunately, about 90% of these people can benefit from hearing aids.

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