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An excessive amount of noise could make you deaf. If you think this is really a joke, ask the estimated 10 million Americans who'd had this type of reading problem. The kind of deafness issue they have is what's called sound induced haring damage. This does occur when a lot of noise affects the hair cells in the inner ear and it could result in permanent damage. If this would happen, while there is no way to fix the problem you'll have to use haring aids. You will know when you begin to have when you've difficulty hearing what someone says this hearing issue. You will probably need to move closer to that person and also tell them to repeat what they just said. Two factors that cause deafness problems are time and the strength. Get supplementary resources on our affiliated essay - Click here: hearing aids article has collected telling lessons for where to ponder it.

Noise Causes Deafness Problems

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