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    IPods, Teenagers and Hearing Loss. By admin Filed in Uncategorized. Its hard to find a teenager – or a “tweenager” – these days who does not have an iPod, iPhone or similar MP3 or smartphone device that they spend a lot of their time plugged into. Most adults are aware of the fact that listening to an iPod, especially if you use the “in ear” headphones they come with, can damage your hearing over time. A great many teenagers have been told this as well but the problem is that most of them do nothing about it. and some may not even realize that they have their music and their games and videos too loud. One study of 30 teenagers conducted jointly between researchers from Colorado University and The Children’s Hospital in Boston, MA found that most of the study participants did not even think that they kept the volume too loud on their personal music players and smartphones. What the researchers were able to conclude is that listening to 90 minutes of music a day, using earbuds, at 80% volume on the iPod or iPhone appeared not to affect hearing. If the volume was turned down to 70% that time increased to 4 hours. So there should be very few problems, if the volume is kept down and teens (and everyone else) do not spend the whole day “plugged in”. The difficulty was that the researchers found that many of the kids kept the volume on their devices at 90% or even at full volume and that can start damaging hearing in the long term with just 5 minutes a days use. The answer then, it seems, is not too listen too loud for too long. This can be hard to enforce with teens of course as they do have a tendency to do the exact opposite of hat their parents an other adults tell them to. Perhaps though if they realize that unless they turn the volume down they might be replacing their iPod ear-buds with a couple of hearing aids in the not so distant future then they might be persuaded to listen a little more responsibly. Pets and Hearing Loss. By admin Filed in Uncategorized. Just like some degree hearing loss is a part of the human aging process it is also a part of a pet’s aging process as well. Cats and dogs often experience hearing loss as they get older and while your vet may be able to help to a certain extent – removing excess wax build up for example – there may come a time in your pet’s life when you have to accept the reality of living with a hearing impaired furry friend. This might take some getting used to but life with your cat or dog can still be every bit as rewarding for you – and them – as it ever was with a few minor adjustments. Signs that a Pet is Suffering from Hearing Loss. All of the following are signs that your pet may not be hearing as well as they used to:. Does your pet jump or startle when you approach them from behind, or when they don;t have a clear view of you entering the room? Has your dog stopped reacting when they hear the doorbell ring or someone enter the home? Does your pet shake their head a lot or paw at their ears? This may be a sign of an ear infection. Does it seem that your dog has become more disobedient and has stopped obeying your vocal commands in the way he used to? If so chances are that he is not being naughty he just can’t hear you anymore. Helping Your Pet Live with Hearing Loss. Some causes of pet hearing loss can be treated but usually age related hearing loss is permanent. Here are some easy things that you can do to help your hearing impaired pet live a full life:. Vocal commands – sit, stay, stop – are probably no longer an option. Loud stomps can be a solution because your pet will feel the vibration even if they cannot hear it. Some dogs can also be taught to respond to simple hand signals. Approach your pet slowly to interact with them if you are just entering the room where they are. Because they cannot hear your approach anymore they may become startled or upset and over time that could change the way they react to people. When they are outside hearing impaired dogs should b ...
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SHHH and our members are catalysts that make mainstream society more accessible to people who are hard of hearing, striving to improve the quality of HOH people's ...
Welcome to Hearing Loss Association of Michigan
Hearing Loss Association of Michigan ... Opening the world of communication to people with hearing loss by providing
A publication focusing on issues related to hearing loss The MI-SHHH-IGANIAN Michigan Self Help For Hard of Hearing People Volume 10 Number 3 FALL 2005
Volume 10 Number 2 SUMMER 2005 SHHH & YOU
A publication focusing on issues related to hearing loss The MI-SHHH-IGANIAN Michigan Self Help For Hard of Hearing People Volume 10 Number 2 SUMMER 2005
Self Help For Hard of Hearing People, Inc. - SHHH
MICHIGANIAN Newsletter Established in 1996 Published 3 times a year Current list of support groups Articles written by HLA-MI members HLA-MI Website www.mi-shhh.org ...
Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA)
(517) 487-2583 V/TTY www.mi-shhh.org Email: info@mi-shhh.org HLA-MI Chapter Coordinators: Liz Kobylak kobylak@mi-shhh.org Brenda Stimson bstimson@mi-shhh.org
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www.mi-shhh.org EXCERPTS FROM THE CSAVR VRS/VRI WHITE PAPER The CSAVR Committee on Services to Individuals Who Are Deaf, DeafBLind, Hard of Hearing, & Late Deafened released a ...
Hearing Loss Association of America, Grand Rapids Area Chapter
We are affiliated with the National Hearing Loss Association of America - www.hearingloss.org and the Hearing Loss Association of America of Michigan - www.mi-shhh.org
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