Hearing Health Blog

You may be an active person and like to attend concerts or be social by going to sporting events. However, you may not realize that these types of activities may be harmful to your hearing health . The good news is that you can minimize experiencing hearing loss by changing poor habits. Implement behaviors and routines that don’t harm your

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Tinnitus is described as hearing sounds in the ears or that is perceived in the head that isn’t coming from the immediate environment. You may notice it more as a low-level sound you can mostly ignore or that it comes during quiet times such as at night during bedtime. However, there are many individuals who find it rather bothersome and

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Your hearing is one of your most delicate senses. Exposure to loud sounds, dramatic changes in pressure and other environmental factors can quite easily cause damage to your hearing, resulting in issues like tinnitus and hearing loss. Your audiologist can help you with hearing problems like this, giving you the chance to improve your hearing and make it easier to

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The hearing aids market is on the rise, with more people than ever before seeking help with their hearing loss. However, not all these devices are created equally, and some can be uncomfortable to wear for long periods of time. It's important that anyone who is considering purchasing a hearing aid understands what they're in for when it comes to

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While it’s true that seniors are more at risk of developing a range of health conditions, it’s a common misconception that suddenly you reach your golden years and become a vector for every health issue under the sun. What matters as a senior is caring for the body you have and making healthy lifestyle decisions so that if an issue

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The ringing in the ears, also known as tinnitus, is a symptom that can range from mild to severe. There are many different causes of ringing in the ears or tinnitus, and it is important for you to know what those causes may be so that you can take steps to protect your hearing health . This article will cover

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Body language is an important part of communication. We use it every day, often without realizing it. When we communicate with others, whether in person or through a screen like Skype or FaceTime, body language helps us to understand and interpret what's being said and how the other person feels about what they're saying. It also enables you to avoid

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Do you experience hearing loss ? If so, it's important to know the impact that this can have on your quality of life. Hearing aids are a great way to improve your hearing again and get back the things in life that you've been missing out on. However, before seriously considering getting one, there are some factors to consider that

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If you have been diagnosed with hearing loss or impairment, hearing aids are a common solution. Some people think that they shouldn't have hearing aids for fear of some sort of stigma, but it's important to remember what hearing better doesn’t just feel like, but what it can do for your general health. Here are some ways that hearing better

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Some people, upon being diagnosed with hearing loss or impairment, can feel they are in it alone. It's important to remember that hearing loss is a condition that is manageable. Hearing loss is a considerable public health challenge and, as the third most chronic condition in the United States, it is important to remember that there are things you can

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