Hearing loss can develop gradually over time, making it tricky to notice when it’s getting worse. Many people regularly get their eyesight tested or visit the doctor for general checkups, but our hearing is often left to the wayside, leaving hearing issues commonly...
When it comes to hearing loss, we've noticed a common trend—people often procrastinate. Despite the availability of audiology services and advancements in hearing aid technology, many people delay seeking help for their hearing problems. It could be a matter of pride,...
As we age, our hearing may not be as sharp as it once was. However, a decrease in hearing acuity is not the only potential consequence of aging. Studies have unveiled a significant correlation between untreated hearing loss and cognitive decline, making it more...
The World Health Organization predicts a double-digit increase in hearing loss in the United States by 2050, and millions more people will be facing a future of constantly trying to figure out what’s best for their hearing.
Hearing loss can be temporary in some cases. It depends on what’s causing the hearing loss. If it’s an outer ear or a middle ear problem, it’s more likely to be solved medically. That’s anything from earwax to ear infections or bones that aren’t aligned.
With the development of a new classification of hearing aids called Over-The-Counter hearing aids, also known as OTC hearing aids, you may find help is just around the corner, literally.
If you are having difficulty hearing, it can be improved with hearing devices. The type of device best suited for you really depends on the level of your hearing loss.
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Dining out should be an enjoyable experience, however for many with hearing loss it can often be difficult and frustrating. Countless restaurants have loud atmospheres that can make it challenging for even the average person to communicate efficiently. Here are some tips for a successful dining experience.
You already know that excessive and prolonged amounts of stress can trigger a number of health issues. What you may not be aware of is the fact that high amounts of stress can have a negative impact on your hearing. This is especially true when the stress remains constant for an extended period of time. Learn about the impact that stress can have on the inner ear and why it may result in hearing loss.