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The inefficiency of the someone to hear the sounds properly is known as Loss of hearing. There is no age limit specify for hearing loss. It can happen to any age group person. Hearing loss/Hearing impairment is described as the decrease in the capability of the ears to detect and analyze the sounds.
Hearing loss can happen either slowly or suddenly. Loss of Hearing is caused from sensorineural damage in auditory nerve system, obstruction of the ear canal, abnormalities in the ossicles, prolonged illness, physical trauma, environmental noise, genetic or hereditary, medications etc.
The person who are suffering from hearing loss have to face difficulty in various cases some of few are :
1) When more than two people are talking at the same time
2) Problem in the hearing of sound properly and clearly over the phone.
3) Difficulty in the hearing of the sound in a noisy environmental.
Repeatedly asking anyone as to what he/she is saying etc are also one of the symptoms of hearing loss.
However, you can also heal hearing loss effectively through natural cures:
Exposure time: One should always try to decrease his/her exposure time to loud sound else it can cause hearing loss in the long run. This loud sound includes food mixers, lawn mowers, and hair dryers, ear phones and so on.
Safe level: One should always be careful while listening to music system or television at home sound should be at a safe level. It is one of the preventive method to avoid hearing loss. Many people tend to wear headphones and turn up the music. It is extremely dangerous for the ears as the loud sound goes directly into the ears and can cause trouble.
Sharp objects: Never ever introduce sharp objects like hair pins, ear birds. On the contrary, just by blowing the nose gently when he/she is suffering of cold prevents the person to suffer from getting into hearing loss.
Hearing tested: One should always get ears tested in every 2 to 4 years for children while 1 to 2 years for the adults particularly after the crossing of the age limit of 50 years. This way of keeping track helps to prevent the further deterioration of the ears.