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Hearing X3 Review4

by dilli jack (2019-04-24)

Age related hearing loss happens when the fine hair strands inside the ear - which help in picking up sound waves and converting them into signals for the brain to interpret as sound - start to die out. These hair cells once dead, have no chance of growing back, hence making the hearing loss permanent. No single factor alone contributes to this disorder and its regular changes that occur in the inner ear as one grows old, that cause it. There are a few external and hereditary factors too that play a role in this, such as, family history and genes, constantly being exposed to loud noise, loud plugged in headphones and even smoking can cause the tiny hair cells to die quickly than normal. There are also other medical conditions and certain medications that lead to hearing loss related to aging. It is estimated that about 50% of the people above the age of 75 suffer from some form of age related hearing loss.