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I have hearing loss, now what?

I Think I Have Hearing Loss—Now What?

June 29, 2017

I Think I Have Hearing Loss—Now What? For most people, hearing loss occurs slowly over a long period of time. The slow onset of hearing loss means that many people don’t even notice they have hearing loss until the people around them point it out. For others, hearing loss comes on suddenly—even overnight. If you
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Are hearing aids with more channels better?

January 6, 2017

Are hearing aids with more channels better than hearing aids with fewer channels? Is it worth the extra cost to get a hearing aid with more channels? Answer The difference between a hearing aid with more channels and a hearing aid with fewer channels is fairly simple—more channels allow the provider to adjust the volume
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How Wearing Hearing Aids Positively Affects Your Mental Health

May 18, 2016

How Wearing Hearing Aids Positively Affects Your Mental Health If you already wear hearing aids, you know the kinds of benefits they give you. Hearing aids have most likely made it easier to have conversations with your friends and family—especially when you’re out at restaurants or in a group. But hearing aids do much more
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Did You Know? Mental and Physical Health Can Improve Just by Wearing Hearing Aids

June 1, 2015

Did You Know? Mental and Physical Health Can Improve Just by Wearing Hearing Aids Most hearing aid owners wear their aids on a regular basis and discover the benefit they can provide to their lives and relationships. However, as many as 24% of hearing aid owners don’t wear their hearing aids as much as they
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How Speech Reading Can Help Maximize the Benefits of Your Hearing Aid

March 16, 2015

How Speech Reading Can Help Maximize the Benefits of Your Hearing Aid Hearing aids will greatly increase your ability to understand conversations, but learning to read visual cues and understanding basic speech reading, can help supplement your ears with other information and fill in the blank spots in your communication. Everyone—with or without hearing loss—uses
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Top 3 Important Studies Linking Hearing Loss with Diabetes

June 11, 2014

Top 3 Important Studies Linking Hearing Loss with Diabetes The latest report by the CDC states that there are 25.8 million Americans suffering from diabetes and another 79 million who are thought to have pre-diabetes. With all the health problems that are associated with diabetes, it is no surprise that several studies have tried to identify
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Online Hearing Test

May 30, 2014

Online Hearing Test Watch the video above and note how well you can hear and understand what’s being said. Throughout the month of May—which has been Better Hearing and Speech Month—we’ve been educating our followers about hearing issues, like noise induced hearing loss, the connection between diabetes and hearing loss, and ototoxic hearing loss. The above
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Signs of ototoxic hearing loss

Ototoxic Hearing Loss: Signs and Treatment

May 23, 2014

Ototoxic Hearing Loss: Signs and Treatment Ototoxicity is literally “ear poisoning.” It comes from a combination of two latin words: Oto=Ear Toxicity=poisoning Ototoxicity occurs when a person ingests chemicals or certain medications that can adversely affect the way the inner ear functions. Specifically, some drugs can damage the cochlea and the vestibulo-cochlear nerve, impairing hearing
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The connection between diabetes and hearing loss

The Connection Between Diabetes and Hearing Loss

May 16, 2014

The Connection Between Diabetes and Hearing Loss Scientists have long suspected a link between diabetes and hearing loss, but not until recently has a study actually uncovered data to support that idea. The National Institute of Health found that hearing loss is twice as common in people with diabetes compared to the general hearing loss
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noise induced hearing loss

Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL)

May 10, 2014

Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) Are you already a victim of NIHL? You may not even know. We live in a noisy world, and extremely loud sounds as well as prolonged exposure to raised sound levels can be permanently harmful to your hearing. Often, the effects aren’t noticeable until years or decades later. Still, exposure
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