Hearing Health Blog

In the United States, hearing loss is a major concern. Researchers have predicted that by 2025, more than 40 million people will be affected by some form of hearing impairment, according to their findings. By 2050, it is predicted that the number would have increased to as much as 53 million. As a result, it is projected that the need

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It is a type of infection in the outer ear canal, which is the passageway that connects your eardrum to the outside of your head. A common cause is water that sits in your ear for an extended period, providing a damp environment that encourages the growth of germs. It is also possible to get swimmer's ear by putting your

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Although you can experience an array of runny nose problems during the winter months with low temperatures and colds, the absence of pollen gives many people and their sinuses some respite from common congestion issues. However, as spring is just around the corner and will be upon you before you know it, you should be prepared for any allergy flare-ups

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Hearing loss has long been known to have a substantial influence on many parts of life, but new studies suggest that it may also be a strong link between depression, anxiety and hearing loss. Many individuals confuse anxiety with generalized worry, but anxiety is far more concerning. When we're anxious, we usually get a distinct feeling that we're in danger.

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When you first notice that you have less than optimal hearing, you might be tempted to buy an over the counter (OTC) hearing aid. While there are OTC hearing aids available, the best person to give you advice, information and devices is an audiologist.  Do You Know the Nature of Your Hearing Loss? When you get eye strain from using

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The hearing aid has changed significantly since its original conception in 1898. As we continue to move into the future, The different types of hearing aids are based on the type of impairment. They can be classified as either an assistive listening device, a hearing aid, or a cochlear implant. The first type of hearing aid is an audio amplifier

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As we get older, our hearing begins to change. According to the Hearing Los Association of America statistics, around 48 million are affected by some degree of hearing impairment . Unfortunately, we often neglect hearing loss and impairment until we become aware of the changes. These changes can have a significant effect on our hearing, whether it’s immediate or over

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As we make our way through fall and venture closer to winter, those affected by allergies may find themselves having a hard time. Although many associate allergies, such as hay fever, with the summertime. It's important to know that allergies season can span through the fall and winter season as well.  According to Healthline, around eight percent of Americans experience

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Ear, nose, and throat specialists, ENT are trained professionals who diagnose and treat a wide range of medical conditions in both children and adults. ENT specialists often focus on conditions related to the ear, nose, and throat. When you are experiencing any ear, nose, and throat issues, you may want to see an ENT doctor for consultation and surgery whenever

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Tonsils have a significant role in your immune system . However, tonsils can sometimes become more harmful than beneficial to you. If you experience a severe sore throat, you may start considering having your tonsils removed through a surgery known as tonsillectomy . Tonsillectomies are mostly experienced at an early age. However, they can also come in your adult life.

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