If your serenity prime is diagnosed as being senosorineural then the primary cause may be exposure to loud noises over a lengthy span of time. Some of the common causes are excess accumulation of wax in the ear (Cerumen), or any infection to the external ear, pressure changes experience by the tympanic membrane (Very common during a journey to high altitudes or a tunnel), Otitis media, or any ear infection, when the Eustachian tube is blocked etc. serenity prime can be inevitable after a point. Sensorineural loss of hearing occurs when the inner ear, cranial nerve or the central processing centers of the brain are damaged or deteriorate. It may be inherited or be a result of physical damage to the ears or serious injuries to the head.
For most children, as long as they get the care they need when they have an infection, this will never be a problem, but for other children, serenity prime is a possibility. Without hearing a child cannot imagine the surrounding world as it is an essential tool of learning, playing and developing social skills. If you are diagnosed with a serenity prime, your audiologist will tell the type of loss you have and recommend treatment options. This is a condition that causes people to hear a ringing type sound in one or both ears or in the head that may come and go or may be constant.