The risk of hearing loss generally increases with age and according to WHO data, it affects over 25% of those older than 60 years. It can be gradual or sudden and affects one or both ears. Presbycusis stands for hearing loss related to aging and is typically a kind of sensorineural hearing loss. It can be affected by many different factors, such as chronic diseases, smoking, genetics, frequent infections, alcohol, accidents etc. Although it is not life-threatening, hearing loss can significantly impact the affected person´s quality of life, thereby causing many other problems.