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Presbycusis is hearing loss associated with age. At the age of 65, about 30% of the aging population will have or notice they have hearing loss, and it steadily increases, with at least 40-50% of the aging population having or noticing hearing loss by the time they are 75 years of age. There is no prevalence in race or sex

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There are several different types of hearing loss one can have, and each of these types can have different causes behind them. For instance, sensorineural hearing loss can occur as a result of exposure to excessively loud noises (such as listening to music at high volumes). However, the most common cause of hearing loss is aging. When it comes to

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Most hearing loss in older adults is gradual in onset and involves damaging hair cells in the inner ear that transmit sound information to the brain. This form of hearing loss, called presbycusis, is irreversible. Most people with this condition have high-frequency hearing loss that makes it difficult for them to hear a conversation when there's background noise. Although age-related

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