Posts Categorized:Hearing Loss

It is currently estimated that nearly 50,000,000 American adults live with tinnitus. Tinnitus is simply described as the experience of hearing a sound in your ears, sometimes in your head. Tinnitus in Worcester is also experienced by approximately 80% of people living with hearing loss. Some only notice their tinnitus in a quiet room, whereas…

Any level of hearing loss can be frustrating and even devastating, but it’s important to understand the different degrees of hearing loss in order to make a game plan for moving forward. Here are the 4 degrees of hearing loss and some information on how to get your hearing tested to determine what degree of…

Have you ever been to a really loud concert only to leave the venue with ringing ears and deafened hearing? Or have you ever developed a bad cold or sinus infection and wake up one morning with no hearing in one of your ears? Though often terrifying, instances like these are common side effects of…

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…

Is there a constant ringing, buzzing, or whistling sound in one or both of your ears? We are here to help you figure out what the noise is, why you have it, how to get it diagnosed, and what you can do to treat it. What is Tinnitus? Most commonly attributed to ringing in the…

Nearly 30 million Americans have diabetes. Even more have hearing loss about 34.5 million. These are both significant numbers, and it seems there is overlap between these two groups. The National Institute of Health (NIH) recently commissioned a study that concluded hearing loss is twice as common in people with diabetes versus people without the…

People experience hearing loss due to a variety of factors, from genetics to aging to exposure to loud noises. You may assume that gradual hearing loss is just one aspect of aging that you have no control over, but managing the issue with a qualified hearing professional can greatly improve lifestyle. Losing your hearing isn’t…

When a person thinks of the dangers associated with hunting, what often comes to mind are accidents with firearms or exposure to the elements. What isn’t always considered is how hunting can damage a person’s hearing. Hunting and Hearing Loss Most forms of hunting rely on firearms, and even though spending a weekend in the…

Tired of missing the action when your favorite show is on television? Does TV seem to lack clarity and be garbled even at volumes? Is your family frustrated because you keep asking them to repeat what a character said? HyperSound clear speakers may be the answer. The HyperSound Clear 500P home audio system is revolutionizing…

Hearing loss is a common problem throughout the world, but there are still a lot of widespread myths about hearing loss myths that haven’t gone away. Here are some of the most prevalent myths that get passed around. Myth: All Hearing Loss is the Same No two people are alike; so it stands to reason…

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