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Hearing Loss What You Should Know

Hearing Loss What You Should Know

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Do you blast the TV so loud it drives everyone else nuts? Is hearing loss affecting your social life, your family, your career and maybe even your safety?
Restore your hearing using safe and effective natural methods that doctors don’t tell you about

Do you blast the TV so loud it drives everyone else nuts? Is hearing loss affecting your social life, your family, your career and maybe even your safety?
Restore your hearing using safe and effective natural methods that doctors don’t tell you about

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Published by: backpain21 on Jan 28, 2010
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Chapter 1: How Do You Become Deaf Chapter 2: Noise Causes Deafness ProblemsChapter 3: Deafness Problems Can Be PreventedChapter 4: The Importance of Hearing AidsChapter 5: Interesting Facts about People Who Are Deaf Chapter 6: Understanding People Who Are Deaf And AreSuffering From Deafness Problems
 
How Do You Become Deaf 
How do you become deaf?That is a silly question toask but there are some people who are born withit while others develop itlater on in life. Here aresome of the causes whysome people have deafness problems.In the case of people in themusic industry, studies have shown that deafness problems are caused by loudmusic.Rock stars like Eric Clapton and Peter Townshend believe that playing in concertswith the speakers at high volumes causes this especially when these are close toyou on stage. Permanent damage can only happen if repeated and this business, if you are on tour, this is bound to happen.If you were an actor or actress, you could develop deafness problems as a result of an accident. William Shatner and former President Ronald Reagan developed thisfrom a loud explosion and gun shot that was fired too close to where they were.The ringing sound did permanent damage to their ears which is why the former  president had to wear hearing aid later on in his political career.A sickness is another cause of deafness problems. Some athletes and celebritiesdeveloped a disease at a young age and never recovered fully from it. Two goodexamples are Miss America 1995 Heather Whitestone and athlete Jeff Float.Although this presented a handicap, this did not stop these two individuals

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