Hearing Health Blog

Hearing loss can strike anyone at any time in their lives. It might be related to exposure to loud noises, but it could also be related to a medical condition, head trauma and more. However, in all cases, loss of hearing comes with frightening consequences that will have serious ramifications for your life. Depression Hearing loss and depression go hand

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The Full Time Wearer The full time wearer can be described as a creature of habit that is intent on improving his quality of life. Typically, he will put his hearing aids on after he gets out of bed in the morning and won’t take them off until he goes to bed that night. So why does Mr. Wearer love

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“These hearing aids aren't worth a darn!” I have heard this a few times from patients of other practices as well as from friends whose family purchased hearing aids at another practice. So why are so many users unsatisfied or under satisfied with their hearing aids? Read on to find the four most common reasons hearing aids don’t work. Improper

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For years, stigma has been attached to hearing loss. While it would be impossible to rewrite our society’s view of this disability and its treatment options, it is my hope that this brief article may change your personal view on the subject by considering 5 common misconceptions about hearing loss. 1 - Only the elderly suffer from hearing loss. It

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That is the question that a group of researchers from John Hopkins University set out to discover the answer to by means of a 11 year long study that pitted normal hearing elderly ones against those with mild or moderate hearing loss in a standardized test used to determine cognitive function. The results may encourage you to take that hearing

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What Did You Say? If you find yourself asking that question to people on a regular basis then you may have a hearing problem. It can get frustrating for you and your loved ones. Don't let it hold you back from participating in conversations. Get your hearing checked. You Miss Things Your Wife, Kids, or Grandkids Say When hearing becomes

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