Hearing Health Blog

High-frequency hearing loss, as the name might suggest, is when you are unable to hear high-pitched noises like singing or beeping alarms like you once were. It is actually one of the most common forms of hearing loss . High-frequency hearing loss is often associated with old age or prolonged exposure to excessively loud noises, but anyone can experience this

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Tinnitus is ringing or buzzing in the ears . Many people who experience tinnitus are not overly troubled by it because it is pretty low-level and can only really be heard in quiet environments, while other people who are experiencing hearing loss will hear loud ringing or buzzing sounds all of the time, which makes it much more difficult for

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Most people think that hearing loss is something you might naturally experience as you get older, or something that is just caused by exposure to loud noise or severe ear infections, but there are a few bad habits that can severely affect your hearing health. In fact, chances are you have at least one habit that could potentially cause hearing

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Hearing loss is a natural part of aging. However, many people will start hearing things differently as they get older, and it can be hard to know if hearing aids are the best option. This article covers how hearing loss occurs, and why it's essential to take care of your hearing health and how you can find out what your

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Hearing loss is a common issue for people of all ages and backgrounds. Hearing aids offer an effective way to regain some or all of the hearing that you've lost; however, they can also be very confusing if you don't know what to do with them. That's why we've compiled this list of four mistakes new hearing aid owners often

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Hearing loss is a significant concern for people of all ages and backgrounds. There are many different causes and levels of hearing impairment. If you have any concerns about your hearing, it is best to consult with an audiologist who can perform a series of tests to determine the level of impairment and provide the necessary treatment. Early detection and

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Are you looking for a phone that works with hearing aids? Several factors play a role in determining the right phone for you: Do you use your phone frequently or infrequently? Do you have slight, moderate or severe hearing loss ? Because technology is constantly evolving, we encourage consulting with your audiologist , who may likely propose solutions and even

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Tinnitus is a condition in which you hear a ringing in your ears all of the time, as well as a whirring or buzzing sound. If you have tinnitus, you may find it bothersome or problematic. Tinnitus, at its worst, can interfere with sleep and attention. It can make the person who is experiencing it irritable and if left untreated,

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When your hearing begins to deteriorate , the consequences go far beyond missing a few words in conversations and having to ask someone to repeat themselves. To be fair, that's a major headache, but it's only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to hearing loss. Even minor hearing loss can have a negative impact on our quality of

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The feeling of frustration that accompanies a situation in which you are unable to absorb what is happening in your environment is a very unpleasant feeling. One of the most effective means that our body has to absorb what is happening in its environment is the sense of hearing, and when it is damaged, it can have a significant impact

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