Undiagnosed Hearing Loss Increases The Risk Of Injuries, Depression, Excessive Stress, And Fatigue

Undiagnosed Hearing Loss Increases The Risk Of Injuries, Depression, Excessive Stress, And Fatigue    

Statistics Say That Only 20% Of The People Who Require Hearing Aids Actually Get Them    

Hearing loss is a condition which appears gradually. People tend to compensate for increasing the volume of the TV or asking other people to repeat what they said. In many cases, they are in denial of this condition. However, there comes a moment in which there is an impact on the communication with other people, and the effort in trying to understand them results in fatigue, depression and a sensation of isolation or exclusion, and excessive stress. According to researchers, hearing loss is also related to hypertension, cardiovascular diseases, and an increase in the risk of injuries by falling, among others. Hearing loss also prevents proper communication. Statistics show that it takes 7 years from the first signs of hearing loss are noticed, until the sufferer understands that he requires an audiological examination, which can reveal something as simple as accumulated wax, or as serious ad a bone complication or even a tumor. However, it gets worse, because only 20% of the people who need hearing aids actually get them. Learn more about undiagnosed hearing loss and its consequences. More Information click here.


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