Hearing Loss

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Hearing Loss

  1. 1. Call Today (972) 200-3339 Visit Our Websitewww.Hearing-Aids-Allen-
  2. 2. Noise-Induced Hearing Loss
  3. 3. Noise-induced loss ofhearing often results from common every day occurances
  4. 4. From a single loudnoise like a gunshot or from prolonged exposure to noises over a period of time
  5. 5. Let’s take a look at some common sounds Common Sounds Measured in Decibels Weed Whacker: 94 dB-96 dB Rock Concert: 90 dB-115 dB Snowmobile: 100 dB Headphones: 105-110 dB Jet Taking Off: 133 dB
  6. 6. The easiest way to prevent noise-induced loss of hearing is to protect your ears by wearing earmuffs or earplugs
  7. 7. You can buy earplugs and muffs at sporting good stores or, if you prefercustom made protection from hearing loss, your audiologist or hearing aid specialist can help.
  8. 8. Call Today (972) 200-3339 Visit Our Websitewww.Hearing-Aids-Allen-

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