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Hearing in Older 

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With ageing comes experience, but it also brings about a decline in all the sensory abilities of a person including the sense of hearing, Imagines being cut off from communication with your loved ones. 

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Prof. Satyanarayan Mahapatra

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How to identify if an elderly person has a hearing loss?
  • An elderly person with hearing loss may ask for regular repetitions in a conversation.

  • May talk louder than normal as due to the hearing loss they are not able to hear themselves as well.

  • May not hear softer sounds but are very uncomfortable around louder sounds.

 

Some other signs of hearing loss in an elderly person may include: 

 

  • Depression

  • Withdrawal from social life

  • Loneliness

  • Anger

  • Decreased personal safety

  • Cognitive decline

  • Poor health.

Why Margdarsi is the best place for Hearing Disorders in Older People 

We have a team of capable professionals at margdarsi looking into geriatric hearing-related issues, margdarsi is the best for hearing loss in the elderly people because of the approach we follow for the total rehabilitation of an individual which includes hearing, social, emotional, psychological rehabilitation and hence improves the quality of life of an individual.

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Margdarsi's Approach

What is our Approach to Hearing Loss in Older People?
  • An elderly person with hearing loss may ask for regular repetitions in a conversation.

  • May talk louder than normal as due to the hearing loss they are not able to hear themselves as well.

  • May not hear softer sounds but are very uncomfortable around louder sounds. 

 

Some other signs of hearing loss in an elderly person may include: 

 

  • Depression

  • Withdrawal from social life

  • Loneliness

  • Anger

  • Decreased personal safety

  • Cognitive decline

  • Poor health.

About Hearing Loss in Older People

About the Disease?

With ageing comes experience, but it also brings about a decline in all the sensory abilities of a person including the sense of hearing, Imagines being cut off from communication with your loved ones. 

 

Conversations happen around you but you can’t participate. Generally, Hearing loss is caused by physical changes in the ear, the auditory nerve, or in the ability of your brain to process sound. But age-related hearing loss is generally caused due to:

 

  • Changes in the structures of the inner ear

  • Changes in blood flow to the ear

  • Diabetes

  • Use of certain medications

  • Impairment in the nerves responsible for hearing

  • Changes in the way that the brain processes speech and sound

  • Damage to the tiny hairs in the ear, responsible for transmitting sound to the brain

  • Exposure to loud noises.