A survey by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association finds that adults of all ages are concerned about the long-term effect of exposure to noise.
It looks like the truth about noise-induced hearing loss is finally getting out. Read this article in The Hearing Journal, which discusses the fact that noise causes hearing loss and reflects a move away from the conventional thinking that hearing loss was an inevitable side effect of aging.
Modern life damages our ears more than we may realize. Until there is a cure or treatment, prevention is the key to preserving your hearing.
CDC research on non-occupational noise-induced hearing loss shows that non-occupational noise exposure is a real cause for concern.
An excellent overview on hearing loss and the reason we can hope for treatment–and perhaps a cure–in the future.
Can’t hear well in noisy spaces? Read this post to learn more about the signs of hidden hearing loss.