After your hearing has been tested, your health care providers might categorize your loss with types of hearing loss. This categorization is based on the cause of hearing loss. There are three main types of hearing loss: conductive, sensorineural, and mixed.
But first, you need to determine the main cause of hearing loss. High sound is definitely the reason for hearing loss but the defective earplugs also can cause hearing loss. In the army, many soldier loss hearing due to the use of earplug. They used 3m combat earplugs which were defective.
If you know some who are affected by these earplugs then they are eligible to take legal help. There are many legal services available to help those people. All the people who are facing the problem of hearing loss due to ear plug can file combat earplug lawsuits.
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For those with conductive hearing loss, the volume will be a major problem. The incoming sound may sound boring, muffled, reduced, or softer than usual. Many patients complain that their ears are full, full, or stopped.
Sensorineural hearing loss is characterized by a defect, dysfunction, or damage to the inner ear (cochlea), auditory nerve, or a combination of both. This type of hearing loss can also be called: sensory loss, loss of the inner ear, cochlear hearing loss, nerve deafness or loss of nerves.
Sensorineural hearing loss often occurs in older populations and in people at risk for excessive noise exposure. Understanding and understanding will most often be the main problem for those who suffer from the sensorineural loss. Patients generally complain that other people mumble, speak vaguely or speak too fast. Most patients will say that they can 'hear', but they don't understand.
There are two unusual categories of loss, including functional and central hearing loss. Functional hearing loss is not an actual hearing loss at all. Tests are available to decide whether there is a functional hearing loss. Central hearing loss is also not a standard hearing loss, but this is caused by dysfunction in the central processing area.