Hearing Loss In Middle Age

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Hearing loss in middle age is something that is becoming more common. Hearing Aid Specialists are seeing younger patients more and more in their office for hearing problems. Hearing loss used to be reserved for largely the elderly population but that is changing.

There are a couple of different reasons that hearing loss can occur in middle age, but often men suffer more than women. This could be due to occupation choices that men often take to support their families.

Years ago many men worked in a factory setting and this was often a very noisy place to work many hours each week. This has taken many years to catch up to many of the factory workers of the past.

Another issue that many men face in middle age is cardiovascular disease. This can affect the hearing and conditions like tinnitus. Tinnitus can cause noises in the ear that can interrupt daily life.

Statins that men take for cardiovascular disease often cause problems with hearing. You will need to talk to your doctor about any problems you are having because of the medication you are on. Changing medications can be an option to give you relief.

Hearing aids can help anyone restore some of the hearing loss they have experienced. Hearing aids have come a long way over the years and this can be a great option to help reduce the problems that hearing loss can cause.

No one should live with hearing loss and there are many options for people that are not reserved only to the elderly. Middle age men as well as women have many options to help combat hearing loss.

The site information is for educational and informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. To receive personalized advice or treatment, schedule an appointment.

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