The degree of hearing loss varies from person to person and there are several degrees of hearing loss, including mild, moderate, severe, and profound. When someone has a mild hearing loss, he/she typically presents with difficulties hearing in background noise. Someone with a moderate hearing loss, on the other hand, presents with some difficulties hearing soft sounds and hearing in background noise. A person with a severe hearing loss presents with difficulties hearing all sounds with the exception of very loud sounds. And finally, someone with a profound hearing loss is only able to hear extremely loud sounds.
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There’s a shocking statistic that the average wait time to have your hearing checked after you notice trouble hearing is seven years! As audiologists, we recommend a routine hearing assessment every one to two years to monitor your hearing health, but this monitoring should start long before you notice any difficulty. Here are some reasons … Continue reading The Importance of a Baseline Hearing Assessment →