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Reverse Slope Hearing Loss: Guide To Causes, Symptoms & Treatment Released

Nano Hearing Aids, (888-310-6266), a US-based supplier of over-the-counter (OTC) hearing devices, announces a new guide explaining the causes, symptoms, and treatment for reverse slope hearing loss (RSHL).

The guide explores the impact reverse slope hearing loss (RSHL) can have on an individual’s ability to hear deep voices and conversations in noisy environments, noting that Nano Hearing Aids gives those with perceived mild to moderate hearing loss instant access to a cost-effective and user-friendly hearing device solution without having to visit the audiologist for a prescription.

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While most people whose hearing is deteriorating can experience a decline in their ability to hear higher frequencies, those with RSHL have difficulty hearing lower frequencies. This condition can be caused by genetic factors, an inner ear abnormality, and by certain medical conditions.

In their guide to the causes, symptoms and treatment of RSHL, Nano Hearing Aids explains the different degrees of hearing loss that accompany the condition, how they can impact an individual’s quality of life, and available treatment options.

“Degrees of RSHL fall into three general categories: mild, moderate, and severe. Mild RSHL can make it difficult to hear deeper voices or conversations in the midst of significant background noise. Severe RSHL can make it extremely difficult to follow and understand speech without visual clues or lip-reading,” says the guide.

Understanding the causes of RSHL can help a person identify their condition in its early stages so they can seek the appropriate treatment. While hearing aids are often the first line of defense, some individuals with severe RSHL may require surgery. Those coping with perceived mild to moderate hearing loss can turn to Nano OTC hearing aids for a fast and effective solution. These devices amplify lower frequencies which is often all that is needed to help an individual hear and follow speech and conversations.

Nano hearing aids are available in a selection of models, most of which come with adjustable configurations. Compared to prescription hearing aids that can cost between $2,000 - $4,000, FDA-registered Nano hearing aids start at $297.

Ranging from the rechargeable Nano CIC OTC hearing aids to the Nano Sigma Plus Bluetooth OTC hearing aids with app-controlled adjustments and program selections for various environments, this line of hearing devices can be purchased online. Certified and inspected refurbished OTC hearing aids are also available through Nano Hearing Aids.

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Organization: Hearing At Home LLC
Address: 511 South Royal Lane, Coppell, TX 75019, United States
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