Posts Categorized:Hearing Health

If you’re like some people, talking with your doctor can be a stressful and overwhelming experience, especially when discussing a condition you’re unfamiliar with. When you find yourself preparing to enter one of these situations, there are a few things you can do to make sure you get the information you need to understand your…

Hearing loss probably isn’t something you’ve thought about if you’re relatively young and otherwise healthy. New parents learn of their newborn’s hearing test after birth, and most people are aware of age-related hearing loss, but other than that most people just have the mentality that it doesn’t affect them. But if you’ve been getting frustrated…

Serving in the military is a noisy endeavor. Many of our nation’s veterans suffer from various forms of hearing loss issues, yet a majority either don’t seek treatment or aren’t aware that they might be eligible for hearing health care assistance. Read on to find out about the various types of hearing loss suffered by…

October is National Protect Your Hearing month. More than 36 million Americans suffer from some type of hearing loss. Contrary to what many people think, this isn’t an issue just for the older adult population: half of hearing loss sufferers in America are younger than 65. Let’s take a closer look at the causes of…

Hearing loss can cause you to miss out on a lot, as you cannot understand or relate to the sounds around you. Hearing problems can also make you withdraw from taking part in social activities and even from holding conversations. Statistics indicate that about 36 million Americans suffer from hearing loss, and despite the fact…

Hearing loss is a problem that affects about 20 percent of Americans to some degree. Sadly, not everyone living with hearing loss realizes they have a problem. Hearing loss usually occurs gradually, which is why it is practically impossible to self-diagnose. That doesn’t change the fact that living with hearing loss is extremely frustrating, not…

Preserving your hearing health is important to your overall well-being. It affects many aspects of your life, from driving a vehicle to interacting with others to maintaining proper balance. When you take steps to keep your hearing in the best condition possible, you will help yourself to live a fuller life. You might do a…

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