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Remember having this sensation coming out of high Sonus Complete Review school dances? It can happen anywhere. Many forms of entertainment can cause this type of ear damage. Car races, concerts, sporting events, airports, fireworks displays and lots of other things people do every day can be hazardous to your hearing and your child's hearing. Parents can take an active roll in monitoring events and activities and letting sponsors know they expect things to be safe for young ears.

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Additionally, parents can have kids wear ear protection and wear it themselves. Once ears are damaged there is no going back. Prevention is the best option for kids and parents. When it comes to the attention people give to their ears, it can be seen how there is a lack of proper care with 12 million Americans not getting treatment out of the 16 million who are suffering from hearing loss. Here's a rundown on some of the most common ear problems. Because of ear wax the ear canal is safeguarded from particles. People may have glands that make more ear wax than what is hygienic and this can easily lead to a problem with hearing loss.

It is also a problem when there is swimmer's ear. The medical name for this usually mild condition is external otitis. When a person swims in overcrowded pools or those with too much chlorination then this can develop if the ears are not dried well. Milder cases may disappear on their own, but severe cases may require antibiotics, so it's best to see a doctor.

 

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