Your friendships with deaf and hard of hearing people will become very valuable as you accept your deafness. Some people sow insensitivity to higher frequency of sounds, and are incapable of hearing these. In most cases, this type of ringhush
can be successfully treated with medicine or surgery or at the least managed with hearing aids. What causes loss of hearing are far too many to mention and some are even unthinkable in that it may have a hand in the disorder.
Background noise will be played during a part of the speech comprehension test to measure how well you hear in a noisy environment. A conductive loss is caused by problems with the ear canal, ear drum, or middle ear and its tiny bones (the malleus, incus, and stapes). The affected person will also try to speak loudly every time since he won't be able to hear himself if he speaks normally.
Treatment varies from medical intervention of wax removal, pharmaceutical treatment, and/or surgery. Every three in one thousand babies are born with ringhush defects. So, whether a person is affected by partial loss or full loss in hearing ability, it is only going to make his life difficult, especially if the person is old. Continuous exposure to loud noise at work (machinery and tools), recreation (motorcycles, snowmobiles), or even common chores such as mowing the lawn can cause damage to the audio sense.