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Unlike children and teenagers, many adults are unable to hear high-pitched sounds. This is due to age as well as accumulated exposure to loud noise, which takes its toll on the ear’s hearing mechanism. This inability to hear high frequencies certainly places many adults at a disadvantage; however, some have found a way to make this age-related hearing discrepancy work in their favour. In order to discourage teens from loitering outside stores and shops, some security companies have developed a sound system that emits high-frequency sounds that teens find annoying. While this may be unpleasant for young, adults cannot hear the sound and pay it no attention. Of course, losing the ability to hear sounds in a high-frequency can make it difficult for adults to hear conversations and that does warrant attention.

P.S. High-frequency hearing loss is not restricted solely to adults. Increasingly, young people are jeopardizing their hearing by listening to high-volume music through earbuds and earphones on media devices.

Hearing instruments are especially beneficial if you suffer from hearing loss. And while they are beneficial, hearing aids do vary in price based on the model, style, and customizable options that are chosen. Your degree of hearing loss can also have an affect the cost of the hearing aid. EAR & HEARING CLINIC offers a range of hearing aid packages and the most advanced hearing testing to best serve you. Our wheelchair accessible and spacious new office features state of the art technology in a patient-centered environment.

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