Do You Suffer From Noise-Induced Hearing Loss?

What Is Noise-Induced Hearing Loss? Noise-induced hearing loss is caused by excessive exposure to loud sounds. The damage is usually caused by two factors working together: the intensity of the noise and the length of time someone is exposed to the noise. Sometimes, temporary noise-induced hearing loss occurs after moderate, short-term exposure to noise, such […]

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What Is Auditory Processing Disorder?

When someone speaks to us, their vocal cords send vibrations out into the air. Those vibrations hit our eardrum, which turns them into electrical signals. Those signals travel up to the language centre of our brain, which interprets them. But when you have an auditory processing disorder, the last step doesn’t always go smoothly. Is […]

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