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The Consumer Handbook on Hearing Loss and Noise

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This book is written for the consumer who has suffered hearing loss caused from noise. Many of the chapters have clear strategies that can be implemented to reduce the effects of noise when it cannot be avoided completely.The two most common causes of hearing loss are presbycusis (hearing loss associated with aging) and noise exposure. While being over the age of 75 is not preventable, hearing loss from noise is preventable. As Dr. Chasin poses in his Introduction, the question becomes, “What can be done today to prevent hearing loss tomorrow?” This book will provide many of the answers sought by those who have endured dangerous noise levels, and will address what you can do today and tomorrow.• Learn about the process of how we hear • Discover what happens to our ears when we are exposed to noise • Read about the many effects that noise can have on the body other than hearing loss • Understand the risks you take with recreational noise such as hunting or watching an auto race • Incorporate into your life the clear strategies for prevention of hearing loss from noise • Understand the reasons why you cannot hear in noisy environments as well as in quiet places • Learn how to improve communication in the presence of noise • Besides hearing loss, tinnitus is a secondary effect of noise, and often is the first warning signs to possible impending hearing loss • Study some suggestions in architectural design and embrace those strategies • Some pharmaceuticals have been studied to minimize the effects on noise • Examine the health consequences of noise • Read about the various standards that have been implemented to minimize the effects of noise on our hearing and well-being • Hear from a lawyer-audiologist about your rights as a citizen

Synopsis:

Learn about the process of how we hear.

Discover what happens to our ears when we're exposed to noise.

Read about the many effects that noise can have on the body other than hearing loss.

Understand the risks you take with recreational noise, such as hunting or watching an auto race.

Incorporate into your life the clear strategies for prevention of hearing loss from noise.

Understand the reasons why you cannot hear in noisy environments as well as in quiet places.

Learn how to improve communication in the presence of noise.

Find out about the tinnitus connection to noise.

Study some suggestions in architectural design and embrace those strategies.

Some pharmaceuticals have been studied to minimize the effects on noise.

Examine the health consequences of noise.

Read about the various standards that have been implemented to minimize the effects of noise on our hearing and well-being.

Hear from a lawyer-audiologist about your rights as a citizen.

Synopsis:

“Excellent book! Gifted professionals take you through a comprehensive guide on how noise can affect our hearing and the significance of their research. Wish every musician, sound engineer and music lover would get a copy! Loved it!” —Kathy Peck, Executive Director and Co-Founder Hearing Education for Awareness for Rockers, San Francisco, CA

Product Details

ISBN:
9780982578506
Author:
Chasin, Marshall
Publisher:
Auricle Ink Publishers
Subject:
Reference : Consumer Guides
Subject:
Deafness, Noise induced.
Subject:
Noise
Subject:
Popular works
Subject:
Health and Medicine-Medical Specialties
Subject:
Health and Medicine-Reference
Publication Date:
20100131
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English

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"Synopsis" by , Learn about the process of how we hear.

Discover what happens to our ears when we're exposed to noise.

Read about the many effects that noise can have on the body other than hearing loss.

Understand the risks you take with recreational noise, such as hunting or watching an auto race.

Incorporate into your life the clear strategies for prevention of hearing loss from noise.

Understand the reasons why you cannot hear in noisy environments as well as in quiet places.

Learn how to improve communication in the presence of noise.

Find out about the tinnitus connection to noise.

Study some suggestions in architectural design and embrace those strategies.

Some pharmaceuticals have been studied to minimize the effects on noise.

Examine the health consequences of noise.

Read about the various standards that have been implemented to minimize the effects of noise on our hearing and well-being.

Hear from a lawyer-audiologist about your rights as a citizen.

"Synopsis" by , “Excellent book! Gifted professionals take you through a comprehensive guide on how noise can affect our hearing and the significance of their research. Wish every musician, sound engineer and music lover would get a copy! Loved it!” —Kathy Peck, Executive Director and Co-Founder Hearing Education for Awareness for Rockers, San Francisco, CA
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