These mild hearing loss symptoms can help you prevent permanent hearing loss; check them out and see your doctor immediately after you notice them!

Firstly, it is important to know that sensorineural hearing loss is caused by damage to the tiny hair cells found in the inner ear.

The main causes are age, noise and certain diseases. Sensorineural hearing loss is also called Presbycusis.

Now, like all diseases, this has its symptoms and if you are young, the hearing loss should be monitored.

Recently, there was a warning from worldwide famous doctors of an important hearing fact that we should take into account. More than half of our young people are exposed to very dangerous noise levels due to leisure spaces and, above all, the use of headphones to listen to music at an intensity exceeding 85 dB leaves small cumulative sequels that, little by little, affect the quality of hearing.

By this we mean that hearing loss is not only linked to age or the passage of time. Hearing loss can also be a result of our living habits, and that basic and essential care towards our ears that we should never neglect.

To start with, you should recognize these mild hearing loss symptoms. You should also begin taking care of your ears before you get a permanent hearing loss!

Beware of the mild hearing loss symptoms

  1. Often, you do not understand all the words that others communicate to you. You hear the sound but you do not understand the message clearly.
  2. Little by little, you increase the volume of your musical devices or television.
  3. When someone calls you from another room you do not always hear it.
  4. You’re starting to ask for things to be repeated again. Something you did not do before and that is now common.
  5. When you are in a group with more people and talk to each other, it costs you a little bit more to hear or understand what each one says.
  6. If you are in a context with noise (a party, a bar, a train) you have difficulty listening to what they tell you.

More advanced symptoms

  1. You can no longer hear the ticking of the clock or how the birds sing outside your house.
  2. When someone whispers to you, you cannot hear or understand it.
  3. On the other hand, it is also common that you cannot locate where the sounds came from or voices you hear around you.
  4. Your friends and family often accuse you not to have listened to them or that you understand things different from what they have told you.

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