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Hearing Loss Protocol

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Extending the time span of hearing difficulty without treatment has possible further harmful effects on hearing. Without a full auditory rich environment, the brain "forgets" how to listen to the sounds that are missing. For example, if you have decreased hearing sensitivity in high pitches, those pitches will slowly become less and less familiar to the natural coding that occurs in the brain. This is called auditory deprivation - going without specific sound inputs for a long period of time. The longer time span without treatment, the harder treatment will be at a later date. It is better to seek treatment quickly to lessen these possible effects.


Herbert B. Dell 1194 Briarwood Road Springfield, MO 65804


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