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Hearing loss can sneak up on you or your aging loved one. It’s not always obvious when your elderly mother’s hearing starts to fade, because “hearing loss is described by varying degrees, not percentages,” states the Rivanna Hearing Aid Center website. Your mother may be able to hear you just fine when you’re talking to her in a quiet room, but add some background music and she’ll feel like you’re mouthing the words.
There are four types of hearing loss, each presenting with different symptoms. In their article “Different Types of Hearing Loss”, the Rivanna Hearing Aid Center explains the differences between these four types and, more importantly, how to recognize the symptoms.
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