Category: Hearing

Your Guide To Managing Hearing Loss

Many audiologists will tell you stories of patients who took years to finally admit they had a hearing issue. When they finally got hearing aids, their entire life changed for the better. 30 million people in the United States have some degree of hearing loss. Knowing you are not alone can be the first step to acknowledging your own hearing issues and taking action. What follows is your guide to managing hearing loss.

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Why Your Child Should Have A Back To School Hearing Exam

Many of our children are heading back to school for the first time in a while. They have been practicing at-home learning online for months, and they are about to step back into a classroom with all its assorted noises and distractions. In addition, some teachers and classmates will be wearing masks which can hinder how well kids hear what others are saying. These reasons are just the surface of why your child should have a back to school hearing exam.

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What’s The Buzz About Tinnitus?

Tinnitus comes from Latin meaning to ring or tinkle. 50 million Americans, or 15% of the population, suffer from this audiological and neurological issue. In simple terms it is a sound that no one else hears, like ringing in the ears. There are, in fact, additional sounds  like buzzing, whooshing, hissing and clicking that a person with Tinnitus may experience.

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How Loud Noises Cause Hearing Loss

When people think of hearing loss, they often believe it only affects seniors. But did you know that approximately 26 million Americans between the ages of 20 and 69 suffer from some form of Noise-Induced Hearing Loss?

Depending on a combination of factors including the intensity, frequency and duration of a noise, sound has the capability to damage our hearing.

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