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  • 5 Raisons Expliquant La Sensation Oreille Bouchée

    L’impression d’avoir les oreilles bouchées est fréquente et nous allons vous expliquer ses principales raisons. Selon la cause, cette sensation d’oreille bouchée peut apparaître soudainement ou progressivement. Cela peut toucher les deux oreilles ou une seule. La principale origine de la sensation d’oreille bouchée est une perte auditive appelée hypoacousie, qui peut être causée par de nombreux facteurs ou états de santé, telles qu’une accumulation de cérumen ou une otite.

    Dans la plupart des cas, cela peut être soigné et ne conduit pas toujours à une perte auditive permanente. Afin de s’assurer que cela ne se produise pas, la raison exacte de la perte auditive doit être déterminée et des mesures appropriées doivent être prises pour éviter de nouveau des dommages auditifs. Sinon, si vous pensez avoir les oreilles bouchées, essayez notre test auditif en ligne.

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  • 10 Facts About Hearing Loss

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    Hearing loss facts are easy to come by, but hearing loss is a vast topic. It ranges from structure and function of the ear and ear protection, to hearing aids and assistive listening devices, and finally to the latest research on stem cell therapy. Below, you can find 10 important and interesting hearing loss facts that can help you understand this condition better. We offer you some guidance and insight, as well as useful tips and a look into the future of technical development and medical research.

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  • A Guide to Different Types of Hearing Loss

    There are three main different types of hearing loss: sensorineural, conductive and mixed hearing loss. Additionally, there are also different types defining the severity of the hearing loss varying from Mild to Profound hearing loss.

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  • Listen Up! The Ultimate Hearing Loss Infographic

    We think that this is the ultimate hearing loss infographic: Hearing loss facts: 360 Million people worldwide suffer from hearing loss. The figure could reach 900 million by 2025. 33% of the over 65 years of age are hearing impaired. 1.1 billion people, particularly young adults aged 12-35 years are...
  • How To Support Someone With Hearing Aids

    Hearing loss can go undetected for years. It can be so gradual that the person suffering from it barely notices the decline. Often, it becomes more noticeable to family and friends. Certain give away signs include:

    • The TV volume always seeming to be abnormally loud.
    • You have to regularly repeat what’s being said.
    • the person doesn't respond unless they are facing you.
    • You’re accused of mumbling and asked to speak up.
    • Storylines aren’t followed in the cinema or at the theatre.
    • the person may start avoiding socialising in noisy environments.

    If this is the case, there may well be a hearing loss issue that needs addressing. In an era where hearing technology has become more and more sophisticated, connecting up to the hearing world can be a life enhancing experience.

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  • [Infographic] Types of Hearing Aids

    There are more than 10 million people in the UK with some form of hearing loss, or one in six of the population. Only about two million people in the UK have hearing aids, but of those only 1.4 million use them regularly. This means there are at least four...
  • Bringing Up The Topic Of Hearing Loss With An Elderly Parent

    Hearing loss in elderly people happens in both ears and affects many over 60 years of age, which makes it the most common condition to affect those over 65. If your elderly parents have hearing loss and it's affecting their social life, then how do you talk about it with...

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