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Self test for hearing

One can determine if they are experiencing a hearing problem by some simple self tests. Before panicking and resorting to urgent measures, it is best to confirm whether you are having some serious problem. One can consider going to a certified audiologist if one is experiencing trouble in hearing that does not go away, or has become insensitive to low sound levels. If a person is having trouble understanding what others are trying to say, or you are turning TV volume to quite a high level, there is a hearing problem. Other symptoms include ear pain, irritation, ringing in the ear, sudden hearing loss and headaches or numbness in body parts.
Sometimes the problem is small, like build up of wax or obstruction in the ear by an object, but we may damage our delicate ear by handling it on our own. One can remove wax safely by using ear syringes and lukewarm water. Never use sharp objects to remove objects from the ear and go to a doctor if you are having trouble in removing the object. Before hearing problems start to interfere in your lifestyle, consult an audiologist for diagnosis of your hearing problem.

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