Tips for Better Hearing in Noise

Tips for Better Hearing in Noise

Many with hearing loss know the situation well. Equipped with your hearing aids, you make plans to attend a dinner with your family and friends. The group is large enough that the crowded restaurant accommodates you at a big table. Yet, as soon as you enter the room, you can predict that problems will arise. At the outset of the … Read More

Chronic Tinnitus, Anxiety & Depression

Chronic Tinnitus, Anxiety & Depression

Recall the last time you were at a very loud event. Maybe that gathering was a sporting event, a concert, a dance club, an industrial site, or simply a restaurant in which the din of voices was very loud. When you walked out of that building, what did you notice? In the first place, you probably noticed that the volume … Read More

Does Osteoporosis Cause Sudden Hearing Loss?

Does Osteoporosis Cause Sudden Hearing Loss?

Osteoporosis is a medical condition that causes bones to weaken, increasing the likelihood of breakage. According to the International Osteoporosis Foundation, nearly 44 million people in the United States have osteoporosis or low bone mass.  It is commonly known that osteoporosis becomes a health risk as older adults age but did you know that it is also linked to hearing … Read More

Improve Your Relationships by Treating Hearing Loss

Improve Your Relationships by Treating Hearing Loss

Communication is the foundation of our daily lives. As technology continues to evolve, we seem to be interacting even more on social media platforms, with podcasts, streaming services etc. We may own multiple devices, video chat frequently, and binge watch our favorite T.V. show. The ability to hear and understand is critical to participating fully in these activities and in … Read More

Common Excuses for Not Buying Hearing Aids

Common Excuses for Not Buying Hearing Aids

When it comes to your hearing, there is really no reason not to take the step toward improvement. Yet, many of us find mental barriers getting in the way of seeking hearing assistance. Let’s take a look at some of the most common excuses that we can use to avoid getting the help we need. When we look at them … Read More

New Year’s Resolution: Get Your Hearing Tested

New Year's Resolution: Get Your Hearing Tested

As we celebrate the New Year and the dawning of a new decade, many of us resolve to strengthen our commitment to our health, wealth and happiness. We always garner the will to commit or recommit to improving our quality of life as we balance our needs with life’s demands. With this new year, let’s continue to strengthen our resolve … Read More

Acupuncture for Hearing Loss & Tinnitus: Does it Really Work?

Acupuncture for Hearing Loss & Tinnitus: Does it Really Work?

Many people consider acupuncture as a trendy, alternative approach for dealing with physical discomfort or pain. This is not a new form of treatment but has been around for hundreds of years. News Medical Life Sciences refers to acupuncture as both a theory and a practice that has roots in the country of China. Writings about this were found that … Read More

Hearing Aids and Artificial Intelligence

Hearing Aids and Artificial Intelligence

Today, we are facing more and more disadvantages that people with hearing loss face in society. People with hearing loss face several problems that make it difficult for them to live as others do in the community. First, people with hearing loss depend upon others in society to communicate clearly with others. With the inability to communicate clearly with others, … Read More

Studies on Hearing Loss & Injuries

Studies on Hearing Loss & Injuries

Hearing Impairment: Symptoms and Prevalence A multivariate analysis correcting for all variables but two (hearing capability, and accident susceptibility) was conducted in 2016. For hearing capability, all participants were asked to assign one of the following monikers to describe their personal hearing capability: “excellent,” “good,” “a little trouble,” “moderate trouble,” or “deaf.” To measure accident susceptibility, those same participants were … Read More

Hearing Loss Cures of the Past

Hearing Loss Cures of the Past

As baby boomers are living longer, they also seek to enjoy every day they’re blessed to be alive. Being able to hear properly makes it easier to converse, move around – and if possible, drive a car. These days, many are enjoying a full life well into their 70s and 80s. However, prior generations that didn’t have access to hearing … Read More