Your hearing is very delicate; losing your hearing isn’t the same as breaking a bone. Bones can often be broken and repaired multiple times. Hearing loss occurs because of damaged hair cells in your ear, and once those are hairs are damaged, they cannot be repaired - it’s permanent.
In order to preserve your hearing, it is important to take preventative steps early on and to always protect your ears whenever they are exposed to loud noises over long periods of time. Below are some tips to be able to continue hearing your best:
Keeping your hearing in tact is just as important as your physical and mental wellbeing. Many people take their hearing for granted and wait to get help until it’s too late; don’t let that be you. Whether you think you have hearing loss or haven’t gotten your hearing checked in a while, it is very important to get an annual hearing screening. Call our office today to schedule your appointment.
I like your tip to wear earplugs to sporting events or other events with high volume. My uncle is a monster truck driver, so we frequently see his shows. They get really loud with all of the monster engines, so it's a good idea to wear earplugs.
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