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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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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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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You may have heard about hearing loss being more prevalent in the older community, but did you know that age-related hearing loss often goes untreated ? It's one of the many features to look forward to as we get older, as our systems in our body become less effective as we get older. Most deal with the changes as they

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When most people think about hearing loss, their first concern is not being able to hear what people are saying to them, even at a close distance. But, as hearing loss progresses , some people notice that they aren’t able to communicate as effectively with others.  Speech problems are most commonly found in those who have had hearing issues since

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Hearing loss affects over 50 million people in the United States alone. Unfortunately, many cases go undetected until the hearing loss becomes severe or profound. Regular hearing tests with an audiologist allow you to identify the issue far sooner, which can help you manage the condition in style. Nevertheless, prevention is the best form of protection and is the best

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Hearing loss is something that affects up to 20% of Americans . For many people, the signs at the start of losing your hearing may not be fully apparent. Often, the changes are so gradual over a very long period, then you may not notice them.  It may take friends, family members or partners to tell you that you have

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