Monday, March 21, 2011

Sudden Hearing Loss? Get to the DOCTOR right away!

G'day Everyone.

I came across an article that was posted on Face book by a friend of mine (thanks, Deaf Red Bear) and it became a interesting piece of info that should alert many people who suddenly lose their hearing.

Link: http://www.thebostonchannel.com/r/27268088/detail.html

So to my hearing readers, if you suddenly lose hearing in one or both ears, GET TO YOUR DOCTOR ASAP! Losing your hearing for no reason should be a cause for concern and you should rule out any medical fact to make sure it's not caused by a drug you are taking.

Sudden deafness can be a life changing event for some people out there. There may not be any cures for it unless you can get a hearing aid to help you. But, learning sign language is another language as well.

So if some one you know does go suddenly deaf, even elderly parents as well, get them to the doctor ASAP. The sooner you get your hearing looked at the better you'll know what's going on and what the best course of treatment can be done.

Till next post, I'll clue you in later.

4 comments:

Soleh said...

Great post..hearing loss have to be cured as hearing is important for us.
Early detection on hearing loss

Sherlock Steve said...

It's more of warning hearing people of taking action and quickly to find out WHY they are losing their hearing. It can be many connected warning signs within the body that something serious is wrong with it. That is why I posted it to help people take care of themselves and their hearing.

Hearing Aids Merrimac MA said...

Yeah it is really recommended to act immediately and do not ignore those tendencies for a possible deafness.

Thanks for posting this...
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luna said...

You really have to be alert when you find that there is something wrong with you. It is better to be early.
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