Noisy Evening Tinnitus

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http://budurl.com/fmhclermont Have you ever been to a noisy bar, restaurant, or concert where the noise levels seem to increase as the night goes on?

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Noisy Evening Tinnitus

  1. 1. Call Us Today Clermont Office: (352) 729-3377 Orlando Office: (407) 329-4885 Noisy Evening, Tinnitus, Temporary Threshold Shift Have you ever been to a noisy bar, restaurant, or concert where the noise levels seem to increase as the night goes on? You may find yourself talking louder and louder to be heard, or putting your ear close to someone’sface in order to hear his conversation. You may notice your voicebeginning to strain and you start to feel fatigued.As the night goes on and more and more people are talking, thevenue cranks up the music even louder, making it even moredifficult to communicate. On your drive home, in the quiet of thecar, you notice a hissing or ringing in your ears (tinnitus). Youturn on the radio to drown out the ringing in your ears, but youalso notice the music on the radio sounds muffled.The ringing in your ears and the muffled hearing will likelyresolve itself the following day, and you may think everything isback to normal. You may even forget all about it, until you enteryour car again and are startled by the extremely loud level ofyour radio. You didn’t realize, the previous night, that you had itcranked up so loudly. Website : Harmony Hearing Centers Of America Blog : www.Hearing-Aids-Orlando-FL Blog: www.Hearing-Aids-Clermont-FL.com
  2. 2. Call Us Today Clermont Office: (352) 729-3377 Orlando Office: (407) 329-4885Even still, you may likely think the whole evening was harmless.However, excessive noise levels--to the point that causes ringingin the ears or temporary muffled hearing--is actually a sign ofpermanent damage. The actual hearing loss may not presentitself for many years, but the damage has already occurred.This is known as a temporary threshold shift. Even though theshift in your hearing levels was temporary, the damage to yourears is permanent and can’t be erased. Has this ever happened toanyone else? Any stories to share? Website : Harmony Hearing Centers Of America Blog : www.Hearing-Aids-Orlando-FL Blog: www.Hearing-Aids-Clermont-FL.com

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