What if the human ears cannot hear the sound?

With the acceleration of industrialization, urban noise garbage, such as construction sites, textile factories, discos, KTV, bars, listening to mp3 with headphones, playing firecrackers, watching TV, and surfing the Internet for a long time, is often unknowingly in daily life. Exposure to noise, and the most serious damage is the auditory system. Prolonged exposure to noise pollution will cause hearing loss, so try to minimize the time you are exposed to noise.

People of all ages in modern society are under increasing pressure in all aspects. Students entering higher schools, white-collar workers striving for work performance, and social competitiveness have kept people in a sub-healthy state for a long time, which has become one of the important reasons for sudden deafness.

This is still one of the chief culprits of deafness in children and adolescents. In recent years, as people’s awareness of hearing care has increased, the phenomenon of drug-induced deafness has been reduced.However, in remote areas with underdeveloped medical conditions, this danger is still widespread. At present, there are more than 4 kinds of drugs that can cause deafness in clinical practice. Commonly used ototoxic drugs are: gentamicin, streptomycin, and Jiemycin If used improperly, it will cause a small number of allergic children with inner ear hearing organ poisoning, hearing loss, and even deafness. You should try your best Avoid using these drugs. 1. Congenital heredity According to relevant statistics, congenital deafness accounts for 2/85 of the total number of deaf patients, and genetic deafness accounts for about XNUMX% of congenital deafness.The incidence of hereditary deafness is higher in the offspring of consanguineous marriages.

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