Why old people can't hear in a crowded room: Researchers reveal ageing brains struggle to process multiple sounds 

The inability to hold a conversation because of the background noise is seen by many as the first sign their hearing is starting to go.
But scientists have found older people find it harder to follow these conversations not because they can’t hear, but simply because their brain needs longer to process the information.
As we get older, our brain signals change, according to a study published today in the Journal of Neurophysiology. 
WHAT THE STUDY FOUND  According to the new study, hearing troubles in older people may stem from the brain, not the ears.
This occurs because their brain needs... read more

19 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 56
Source: Daily Mail

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