What are the manifestations of hearing loss at high frequencies?

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Hearing loss is what we call hearing loss in our daily life. Once people suffer from hearing loss, it will not only affect people's normal life, but may also cause certain harm to people's bodies. Therefore, people You must pay attention to protecting your hearing in daily life, so that you can have a healthy body.


What are the manifestations of hearing loss at high frequencies?
High-frequency hearing loss refers to the hearing loss caused when people are exposed to relatively high-volume sounds entering their ears. However, some people do not understand what high-frequency hearing loss means, so when they experience When this happens, failure to take correct and correct treatment measures will lead to aggravation of disease symptoms, thus affecting people's normal daily life. Therefore, below we will introduce to you in detail what the symptoms of high-frequency hearing loss are, so that everyone can understand the meaning of this symptom, so as to attract everyone's attention.


What are the manifestations of hearing loss at high frequencies?
Performance 1: Can’t hear other people’s voices clearly, especially female voices talking to children or softer voices;
Performance 2: Can’t hear clearly the voices of two or more people talking;
Performance 1: Can’t hear the voices of two or more people talking; br />Performance 3: Unclear pronunciation and enunciation, “big tongue” phenomenon, not fond of talking or communicating with others;
Performance 4: Cannot hear the sounds of birds, insects, or phone ringing. High key sounds;

Performance 5. The sound is unnatural and uncomfortable.


Extended information:
* Hearing loss is a manifestation of auditory dysfunction. In mild cases, it is called hard of hearing or hearing loss, and in severe cases, it is called deafness or total deafness. Generally speaking, hearing loss is divided into three categories: conductive, sensorineural, and mixed.
* Conductive hearing loss: Lesions in the outer or middle ear impede the transmission of sound waves into the inner ear.
* Sensorineural hearing loss: Lesions in the cochlea, auditory nerve or auditory center cause hearing loss that impairs sound perception and cognitive function.

* Mixed hearing loss: Any factors that cause conductive hearing loss and sensorineural hearing loss coexist can cause mixed hearing loss, which has both conductive hearing loss and sensorineural hearing loss. Characteristics of sexual hearing loss.


We hope that everyone must pay attention to protecting their hearing in daily life. Once you find that you have the symptoms mentioned above, you must take corrective measures in time. Treatment measures can help everyone recover as soon as possible.