Why Do I Hear Some Things Better Than Others?Oct 26, 2017
When parts of your hearing are compromised, it can prevent you from understanding and enjoying the sounds of life. Think about a stereo and how you might adjust the bass or treble to…
In order to hear well, your ears need full access to sound across a range of pitches and loudness levels. Think about a stereo and how you might adjust the bass or treble to improve the quality of music. To hear a classical symphony well, you need to be able to hear the softest and the loudest parts of it. When parts of your hearing such as bass, treble, or awareness of soft sounds are compromised, it can prevent you from understanding and enjoying the sounds of life.
Hearing But Not Understanding
Hearing sounds but not always understanding is the most common complaint of people with early hearing loss. Other signs of hearing loss may include ringing or noises in the ears or a sensation that your ears are clogged.
Quality Of Life Impacted By Hearing Loss
By Dr. Candace G. Robinson, Doctor of Audiology, Ascent Audiology & Hearing
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