Can my hearing loss still get worse?

  • Share
    Share Video

  • Add
  • More
    Report this video as:
0 0
You have already voted for this video.
If you’re a musician, concert-goer, or construction worker, then chances are you’re no stranger to loud sou...
If you’re a musician, concert-goer, or construction worker, then chances are you’re no stranger to loud sounds. Electric guitars, bumping bass, and jarring jackhammers can all cause irreversible hearing loss. Over time, listening to all that noise may have made you a little deaf. Save the hearing you have left and consider the options available to you. Give our team a call if you are ready to book an appointment at a local hearing clinic and speak with a professional about hearing aid solutions. Even if your hearing is not what it used to be, it still helps to be prepared and limit the amount of loud sounds that reach your ears. That means - Wearing hearing protection while on the job site - Putting on noise cancelling headphones - Bringing earplugs and limiting how close you get to speakers at concerts/festivals - Limiting your exposure to overly loud places like nightclubs - Listening to music under the audiologist recommended 85 decibels Transcript: “Hi I’m Dr. Parrish, and this is Fact or Fiction with SayWhat. Today’s topic is: ‘If I’ve already got hearing loss, there’s no need to protect my ears from loud sounds’ - fact or fiction? Fiction. While it can be deceiving (because sounds aren’t as loud as you remember them), to your inner-ear, they are just as loud and harmful as they ever were. Therefore it is really important now - if not even more important - to protect your hearing.” Visit us at "saywhathearing" dot com
Related