The Hearing Protection

Hearing loss affects both the individual and others

Hearing loss affects communication between people. For example, if you can’t hear clearly and ask the other party to repeat themselves, you will not only feel embarrassed, but you will also harm your image, which will have an effect on interpersonal relationships and business conditions.

As for friends if you tell them that you have hearing loss but have not taken any steps to address it, they may believe that this is a sensitive subject for you, so whenever they talk to you, they will carefully examine their words and expressions, looking for topics suitable for communication with you, which is a huge psychological pressure on them, and can lead to them avoiding communication with you over time.

Family members frequently experience more negative emotions than others. As a result, if you do not intervene in hearing loss in a timely manner but continue to complain about pressure to family members, they will feel sorry for you but will be powerless to help, resulting in a depressed family atmosphere.

 Phonophobia

Phonophobia, also known as selective voice sensitivity syndrome, is a strong emotional reaction to a specific sound that includes feelings of anger, resistance, anxiety, and disgust.

The Amsterdam Medical Center in the Netherlands believes that phonophobia is a separate disease that manifests the following five symptoms:

– A stimulus that is preoccupied with a human made sound, vision, or sense

– A feeling of intense disgust, anger, or nausea induced because emotions induce strong adverse physiological reactions

– Actively avoid exposure to triggers that cause intense discomfort, anger or nausea

–  When these symptoms of discomfort: anger, nausea or avoidance of contact cannot be explained by other diseases, such as autism or attention deficit syndrome.

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