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Fluctuating Hearing Loss

Fluctuating Hearing Loss

Fluctuating Hearing Loss - Definition

A fluctuating hearing loss is a hearing loss that seems to frequently change. Successive hearing tests may make the hearing loss seem better or worse. This type of loss is often associated with conductive hearing loss, and may be progressive in nature.
 

Music therapy for tinnitus hope

Music therapy for tinnitus hope
Personalised music therapy may help cut noise levels experienced by people who suffer from tinnitus, say researchers.
 

Hearing Aids - Types

Hearing Aids - Types
A wide variety of hearing aids are available.
 

Music in the Ears

Music in the Ears


Sometimes deaf people, particularly older deaf people, will hear music in their heads. This can cause them to question their sanity, but it is only musical ear syndrome.
 

Symptoms of hearing loss

Symptoms of hearing loss
Hearing but not understanding
Turning up the volume on the TV
Must lip read to understand speech
Cannot hear environmental sounds such as game calls, traps releasing, crickets, etc.
Strained personal relationships, denial
Social withdrawal
Fatigue and stress
 

Hearing Loss - Types, Degrees

Hearing Loss - Types, Degrees

Understanding the type and degree of hearing loss you or your child may have.
You or your child have been diagnosed as having a hearing loss. What type of hearing loss is it? What degree of hearing loss is it? The type and degree of hearing loss determines the method of treatment for the hearing loss.

 

Difference Deaf HOH

Difference Deaf HOH
Many people don't know what the difference between deaf and hard of hearing is. The truth is, there isn't really that much of a difference!
 

Unilateral Hearing Loss

Unilateral Hearing Loss
Children with UHL do not have the advantages of binaural hearing, and consequently have difficulty localizing sounds, detecting/understanding speech directed to the impaired side, and understanding speech in noisy and/or reverberant environments
 

Type, Degree, and Configuration of Hearing Loss

Type, Degree, and Configuration of Hearing Loss
When describing hearing loss we generally look at three attributes: type of hearing loss, degree of hearing loss, and the configuration of the hearing loss. 
 

Hearing Loss - Mild

Hearing Loss - Mild

What Is a Mild Hearing Loss?
A mild hearing loss is typically classified as a hearing loss of around 26 to 45 decibels. 


 

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