Many teens are constantly plugged into their devices using headphones or earbuds. While this may seem harmless, maybe even a pleasant relief from having to hear what they are listening to, it can actually lead to long-term hearing damage.
Although hearing loss can happen at any age, a growing number of kids and teens, around 1 in 5, are damaging their hearing by prolonged exposure to loud noise. This type of damage is permanent and almost always preventable.
Not being able to hear the world around you can affect your quality of life causing feelings of depression and isolation and even affecting brain function.
Find out more,and most importantly, some practical advice for parents to maintain healthy hearing habits, with experts JT & Elizabeth Craft from EBIA Hearing
For more information call Ebia Hearing, based in Sheridan at 307 674 8920