How Can A Sinus Infection Effect Your Hearing?

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Hearing impairment is a disability affecting about 1 in 10 North Americans. Hearing impairment results from a structural abnormality (such as a hole in the eardrum) that may or may not produce a functional disability (such as diminished hearing).

Hearing loss can be conductive (due to faulty transmission of sound waves) or sensorineural (faulty sound reception by nerve cells), or both.

Common causes of conductive hearing loss are wax blocking the ear, a perforated eardrum, or fluid in the ears.


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