Under the same degree of hearing loss, conductive deafness is better for hearing aid?


Conductive deafness

Generally speaking, at the same degree of hearing loss, the compensation effect of wearing hearing aids for conductive deafness is better than sensorineural hearing loss. Do you know the reason for this?

It can be seen that conductive deafness is caused by the disease of the ear sound transmission system, which makes the sound unable to propagate normally. If the hearing aid amplifies the sound, the sound energy can be transmitted to the normal cochlea or inner ear.

Sensorineural hearing loss is caused by obstacles in the perception of sound and the conduction of nerve impulses. Hearing aids are a type of sound amplifier that can make the sound sound louder, but cannot heal damaged nerve cells.

From this, it is not difficult to see, compared with other types of hearing loss, why conductive deafness using hearing aids have better listening effects.

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