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As we grow older, our senses slowly start to decline. It’s just an inevitable side effect of aging. However, there are three important things to remember during this time in your life.
- Take precautionary measures. When exposed to loud environments, always wear protection in the form of earplugs, custom fit earbuds, or noise-canceling headphones.
- Don’t overexpose your ears to loud noises. Sure, it’s fun attending a concert or a race at the local speedway. There’s nothing wrong with enjoying the things that make you happy! However, keep in mind that you shouldn’t be exposed to loud environments for a prolonged period of time. Especially if you aren’t wearing protective gear. The noisier the environment, the less amount of time you should be exposed to it.
- Schedule regular appointments with your audiologist. You may not notice a change in your hearing immediately; however, it’s a great idea to have a hearing test conducted at least once a year to see what condition your ears are in.