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Hearing Health Blog

Hearing loss is something that you’ll want to take seriously and look to prevent wherever you can. It can be caused by exposure to loud noise, ear infections, head injuries or other conditions that affect the ear canal or middle ear. Some people may experience tinnitus as a result of this condition. However, the most common type of hearing loss

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There is a lot of research underway to determine a direct link between hearing loss and dementia, or cognitive decline in general, but there are some things we do know about the neural relationship between these conditions. Hearing Loss May Lead To Structural And Functional Changes In The Brain   Firstly, hearing loss has been shown to lead to structural

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Hearing loss is a significant health issue, affecting about 10% of the population. Unfortunately, many people don't realize they're affected until it's too late. Aging and loud noise are two factors that can lead to hearing loss, but there are other subtle signals that the body sends out before complete deafness occurs. This article will discuss eight signs you are

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Hearing loss is more than just a nuisance. It can impact your life in many ways, and not always in the ways you might think. Hearing loss affects cognitive function, quality of life and social relationships. Read this article to learn how hearing loss impacts your life in different aspects! How Does Hearing Loss Impact Your Professional Life? In many

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Traveling with hearing loss can be a challenge. It can be hard to communicate with staff and other tourists, especially if you’re dealing with a language barrier, as well as being hard of hearing. There’s a risk of missing announcements because you can’t hear them. Here are some top tips to make traveling easier if you’re living with hearing loss

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Across the world, people are dealing with hearing loss. From the profound loss that comes with age to the mild hearing loss as a result of exposure to noise, hearing loss levels differ depending on the person. One thing that becomes obvious to most people who are dealing with hearing loss is the way it impacts their social life. Trying

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Hearing loss is linked with several side-effects, from mental health ailments to a reduction in lifestyle. However, a relationship that often goes under the radar is the link between hypertension and hearing loss. As your blood pressure rises, there’s a chance that your ears could experience telltale signs of damage. If you deal with hearing loss or hypertension, you should

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High levels of volume can damage your hearing. The people who most likely to be affected are those who work in a loud environment. This may include traffic, manufacture, or construction work. Even listening to loud music could end up being damaging to your hearing, so musicians and people in the events industry could be affected. There is even hearing

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Many people experience hearing loss at some time in their lives. As we age, hearing loss becomes more common, but changes in your hearing can occur at any stage in your life. If you have noticed a difference in your hearing, it is essential to get it checked by a hearing instrument specialist (HIS).  Getting your hearing checked by a

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Hearing loss is something that affects many people over various stages of their lives. While it is something that becomes more common as you progress through life, it can be something that is experienced by anyone and at any stage in their life. There are several ways that hearing loss can impact your life , which is why it's always

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