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Hearing Protection in Monterey & Salinas, CA

Going through life without being able to hear with clarity can be frustrating and even isolating. If you have been diagnosed with hearing loss, the first step is to have your hearing assessed by an experienced audiologist. Once you have taken steps towards improving your hearing, it is important that you educate yourself about how to protect yourself and prevent future hearing loss.

At Central Coast Audiology, Inc., we are here to help you improve your hearing in any way we can. Give our office a call today at (831) 216-1281 to schedule an initial appointment.

Taking Steps to Protect Your Hearing

In order to understand hearing loss and treatment methods, you should first understand what decibels (dB) are. Decibels measure the intensity or volume of sound from the faintest level you can hear to 180dB. Experts in the field of audiology say that you should not exposure yourself to sounds higher than 85dB without at least having proper ear protection. Additionally, we recommend against using cotton swabs for ear cleaning.

A few steps you can take to protect yourself from noise include:

  • Wear earplugs or noise-cancelling headphones if you are going to be exposed to loud equipment
  • Wear earplugs if you are going to a loud nightclub or concert with high dB levels
  • Keep your iPod, TV, and stereo at a low level, especially when in close proximity

Set Up an Appointment and Take Steps Toward Hearing Protection in Monterey & Salinas, CA

Hearing loss can happen over a period of years, slowly and gradually without a person even realizing it. You may get used to raising the volume on your stereo or TV and asking your friends to repeat themselves. However, the sooner you speak to a Salinas specialist about hearing loss treatment or hearing aids, the better. The longer you strain your ears without seeking treatment, the more damage can be done. You can learn more about the progression of hearing loss at our FAQ page.

Contact our office today at (831) 216-1281 to set up a complimentary consult and learn more about hearing protection in Monterey, CA.

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