4 Common Causes of Temporary Hearing Loss & It’s Treatment

4 Common Causes of Temporary Hearing Loss & It’s Treatment

Temporary hearing loss is more or less of a common occurrence. Sometimes, the hearing loss is so mild we are not even aware of it and only notice it after our ears have “popped” open and our normal hearing is resumed. We commonly suffer from temporary hearing loss after a bad cold. Know the common causes of temporary hearing loss and its treatment.

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Sudden Hearing Loss: Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment, Prevention

Sudden Hearing Loss

Sudden Hearing Loss or sudden sensorineural hearing loss is mostly seen in adults from the age groups 30 to 60 years of age. Read about its causes, diagnosis, treatment and prevention tips.

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What is Bilateral Sensorineural Hearing Loss?

What is Bilateral Sensorineural Hearing Loss?

A person suffering from sensorineural hearing loss in both the ears is said to have Bilateral Sensorineural Hearing Loss. Some of the causes of Bilateral Sensorineural Hearing Loss include age, genetics, Ménière’s Disease, benign tumor, infectious disease, loud noise etc. Bilateral sensorineural hearing loss or unilateral sensorineural hearing loss cannot be reversed. However, sensorineural hearing aids are very helpful in many cases. Surgery can partially treat some patients with sensorineural hearing loss.

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What is Congenital Hearing Loss & How is it Treated?

What is Congenital Hearing Loss & How is it Treated?

Congenital hearing loss, also called congenital deafness is a physical defect that is present at the time of birth. Experts opine that nearly 50% of all general to complicated hearing problems are congenital in nature. Know the causes, epidemiology, diagnosis and treatment of congenital hearing loss.

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What is Moderate Hearing Loss & How Does it Affect a Childs Learning?

What is Moderate Hearing Loss & How Does it Affect a Childs Learning?

Moderate Hearing Loss is where the hearing threshold of a person is between 41 to 70dB (decibels). Children with moderate hearing loss will not be able to hear important elements during discussion in class, such as content or key context without the help of visual cues. Children with moderate hearing loss are not able to hear all the sounds in a word and tend to leave off “ing,”' “s,” and “ed” in their writing and speech.

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