Humans are born with two ears.
But why isn’t one ear enough?
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Nature has intended for us to hear with two ears, known as binaural hearing. Binaural hearing allows us to locate sounds, focus on conversations in noisy settings, and listen closely for longer without getting exhausted.
When You Can’t Hear with Two Ears
When one ear suffers, a person’s quality of life also suffers. Those suffering from hearing loss in one ear typically notice the following changes in everyday life:
- Social or work conversations in noisy places are hard to follow.
- It is difficult to tell where sounds come from.
- More mental effort is needed to listen, leading to fatigue.
- Being in noisy places often causes anxiety.
Hearing Loss in One Ear
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“After asking someone to repeat what they said three or four times during a conversation, I gave up! I retreated into myself and stopped actively participating in conversations.”
Johanna Pätzhold, age 24
Thousands Have Overcome Hearing Loss
Those suffering from hearing loss are not alone. Although hearing loss can be overwhelming, thousands all around the world have overcome this challenge.
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Here’s how hearing well with two ears has improved people’s quality of life.
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