Is it temporary or permanent?
It's not easy to determine precisely when inability to hear is permanent (sometimes leading to deafness), a sign of a disease/disorder, or a symptom that will clear up on its own. It is common for the ear to recover after brief noise trauma. One of the typical causes of permanent loss of hearing is long-term exposure to loud noises. Many other factors, like nutrition and stress levels, also play a role in your hearing health.
Why are hearing aids are the best form of treatment?
Hearing is an extremely important aspect of human perception and our overall health. We depend on our hearing to understand speech, listen to the sounds we love, and enjoy spending time with our family. There is no medicine a doctor can prescribe that can cure this kind of hearing disorder. However, the best treatment is the use of hearing aids, without the need of a cochlear implant. Not only does everything around you sound better and clearer, but your general health also feels the positive impact of wearing hearing aids. Today’s devices can even play music directly to your smartphone. When your hearing aid is programmed by a provider, it will never be too loud; thus, you won't have to worry about further ear damage.