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All You Need To Know About High-Frequency Hearing Loss
Hearing Loss has types and degrees, out of which the most
common one is high-frequency or high pitch hearing loss. The
high-frequency hearing loss is between 2000 Hz to 8000 Hz and
decreased acuity in high-frequency range is the first sign of
hearing loss. The hearing tests and its results will be explained by
audiologists using audiograms. An audiogram is a graph that
displays how well you hear at each frequency, or pitch, which is
important for speech understanding.

A hearing professional tests hearing between 250Hz to 8000Hz.
An audiogram for high-frequency hearing loss shows hearing

within the range of normal from 250 Hz – 1500 Hz, with results
falling outside the range for normal hearing around 2000 Hz.
Challenge to understand speech
An individual with high-frequency hearing loss has difficulty in
understanding the speech with a high pitch such as of women and
children and birds or the doorbell. Talking to family and friends
over the telephone could be equally challenging. High frequencies
help with speech understanding, because fricative sounds like S,
H, and F are high in pitch. When hearing in the low frequencies is
normal, also, hearing the loudness is normal and vowel sounds
can still be heard easily. What is not easy is to make out
important high-frequency consonant sounds.
The tiny hair cells at the base of cochlea process incoming sounds
from external sources. Hair cells in the cochlea can be damaged
by a number of factors, like noise, age, ototoxic medications and
disease. Age-related hearing loss and noise-induced hearing loss
often affect the high frequencies first rather than lower frequency.
Hearing aids could help
Hearing aids are misunderstood treatment. Hearing aids are the
better option for the people who opt not to wear them. Custom
hearing aids are available that suits your lifestyle, personality and
budget. There are many options available to correct highfrequency hearing loss all you need to do is to ask your hearing
Contact Evolution Hearing and meet with the best audiologist in
Raleigh who will assist you with every hearing issue.

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