Temporary Hearing Loss
Temporary hearing loss may occur due to various reasons such as earwax accumulation, exposure to loud sounds or ear infections. Learn more about its causes, preventions and treatments.
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Hearing Loss in One Ear
Hearing loss in one ear or single sided deafness, is a hearing disorder in which a person is able to hear normally with one ear, but has an impaired hearing with the other.
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Improve your Hearing Ability Naturally
Hearing problems is one of the consequences of growing old. Research suggests that there can be improvement in age-related problems without using the conventional treatment. The following article will give you an insight on...
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Causes of Deafness
Though age-related deafness is not abnormal; the condition can be congenital or acquired, and caused by various other factors. Here is a brief overview of the causes of deafness.
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Hearing Loss Treatment
In the United States, an estimated one-third of the people between the ages 65 to 75 and nearly one-half people older than 75, experience some degree of hearing loss. This article provides information on the treatment options for...
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Causes of Hearing Impairment
Hearing impairment is one of the major health problems. Since ear is a very delicate organ, it can get damaged by different factors and lose its normal functioning. Here is some useful information about the common causes of hearing...
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Types of Deafness
Decrease in the ability to detect and recognize sounds is termed as hearing loss or deafness. What are the different types of deafness? Let us find out.
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Tips to Deal With Hearing Loss
Helpful tip to cope with hearing loss
Suffering from hearing loss can be traumatizing for both, the patient, and family members as well. However, a little dedication, and a lot of patience will definitely help you come to terms with it together.
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Causes of Permanent Hearing Loss
Permanent hearing loss can be caused due to certain biological and environmental factors. The degree of permanency pertaining to auditory loss may vary from one case to another, wherein hearing may diminish drastically, or the loss...
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Ways of Communication for Deaf People
What, you might wonder, are the ways in which deaf people communicate with each other or with others even. In the following article, we will look through the different ways of communication available for the hearing impaired.
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Noise-Induced Hearing Loss
Individuals from all age groups can suffer from noise-induced hearing loss, caused due to over exposure to loud noise. The eardrums can be damaged, resulting in temporary or permanent hearing loss...
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Conduction Deafness
When the transmission of sound waves through the outer or middle ear gets impaired, it can manifest in conduction deafness. The causes, symptoms, and treatment of this condition are briefly discussed in this Buzzle article.
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Sensorineural Hearing Loss
Sensorineural hearing loss can take place due to many factors when it comes to the inner ear. Learn more about its causes, symptoms, and the subsequent treatment that one must seek if this escalates into something permanent.
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Hearing Loss in Children
Detecting hearing loss in children early on, can help combat the problems of permanent speech impairment and learning and language disabilities which might occur due to it. Read on to know more...
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Using Headphones May Make Hearing Loss Worse
In recent years there has been an alarming prevalence of hearing loss among young people, and the problem may be worsened by the increasing use of headphones.
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