Saturday, October 10, 2015

Child Hearing Protection (part 2 of 2)

You should that your child’s ears are protected from environmental elements such as snow, rain, heat and wind. You children should wear hats when walking under hot sun, especially during summers. Ear muff is another option to protect your child’s ears. Wearing ear plugs when attending rock concert can protect your ear from loud noise.

Some hearing diseases are responsible for child hearing protection. Diseases such as glue ears and otitis media may damage your child’s hearing ability. A common cause of hearing impairment in children is excessive noise. Undesirable sound is noise. Noise can be harmful to your child’s ear. In fact children should not be allowed to visit places where the noise levels are high.

Child infections such as chickenpox, measles or meningitis may be responsible for hearing loss. Certain medicines such as antibiotic streptomycin can cause hearing loss.

In some cases a physical child abuse is responsible for hearing impairment. In order to protect children from physical abuse child protection laws are being strictly implemented. A physical child abuse is considered a serious offence. Stringent action will be taken against those involved in it.

Today punishing children physically in schools is considered a crime. A severe child abuse may lead to permanent hearing damage. A permanent hearing damage has no medicine. Surgery cannot repair it. A hearing aid cannot restore your child’s hearing ability. A child’s ears are delicate, hence physical child abuse is not recommended.

An ear injury to a child that is caused by a physical child abuse may lead to permanent damage. Child hearing protection is necessary for the benefit of the child.

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