Untreated hearing loss often results in certain physical problems.
In general, hearing-impaired people who suffer from untreated hearing loss express less physical well-being than people with normal hearing and hard-of-hearing people who use hearing aids.
Some of the consequences include:
- Tiredness or exhaustion
- Tense muscles
- Problems with sports
- Eating and/or sleeping problems
- Stomach problems
- Increased blood pressure
- Sexual problems