• The Effects Spring Can Have On Your Ears And Hearing

    Springtime brings the onset of allergies, which manifest themselves in various ways, such as sneezing, itchy eyes, nasal congestion, and even ear infections or hearing loss. Yes, it’s true. Spring allergies can affect your hearing. This article aims to shed light on the reasons behind these symptoms and provide helpful tips on preventing and managing […]

  • How Hearing Health Is Impacted By Cigarette Smoking

    It comes as no surprise that smoking cigarettes is bad for your health. However, many people aren’t aware of how smoking affects hearing health. A newly published study published in the A.M.A.’s Journal of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery gives new insight into how damaging cigarette smoke is for hearing. The study was compiled from the […]

  • How To Tell Hyperacusis From Misophonia

    Almost everyone has heard a sound that made them uncomfortable. For some, it’s the scratching of a chalkboard or metal grinding that makes them cringe. For others, loud chewing and smacking or too many sounds at once that sets them on edge. When these experiences become overwhelming, it could be the result of hyperacusis or […]

  • Tips For Musicians To Prevent Hearing Loss

    Music and musicians are an integral part of the history and culture of the entire world. Music can define a culture and provides an emotional expression that goes beyond words. For everyone who loves to play or listen to music, full-spectrum hearing is an essential part of the experience. Not being able to register all […]

  • Protecting Your Hearing On New Year’s Eve

    As we welcome in the New Year, it might be a good time to give some attention to your hearing and steps you can take to protect your hearing on NYE. Like many other events that create loud volume sounds, New Year’s celebrations can get very noisy. Current studies show that more than 1.1 billion […]

  • Gift Ideas For Friends And Family With Hearing Loss

    With the holidays fast approaching, many friends and family begin the last attempt to find unique gifts for their loved ones. For those shopping for loved ones with hearing loss, we have compiled a list of hearing loss holiday gifts to help make your life a little easier and help your loved one better connect […]

  • Ways to Make Christmas More Enjoyable for the Hearing-Impaired

    Christmas time is here again. The traditional time for gift-giving, family gatherings, and all the issues that hearing loss brings to the most festive time of year. For those with hearing loss, the holidays can be a challenge regarding effective communication with friends and family. Follow these Christmas hearing loss tips to help improve the […]

  • Everything You Need To Know About Cookie Bite Hearing Loss

    Human hearing spans a wide range of audio frequencies. When hearing loss develops, it can affect the brain’s ability to hear a particular frequency. Some conditions only affect the extremes, such as age-related hearing loss which usually dulls the highs and lows of sound frequencies. Audiologists use an audiogram device to determine which frequencies present […]

  • Debunking Common Hearing Loss Myths

    In today’s high-tech world, it’s hard to imagine that hearing aid hesitancy and under-diagnosed hearing loss it still a thing. The American Medical Association estimates that over 48 million Americans experience hearing loss of some form in one or both ears. Unfortunately, delusions and myths are still stuck on the subject of hearing loss. Whether […]

  • Thanksgiving Hearing Loss Survival Guide

    Thanksgiving is a day of feasting, family, and memories, and it can be as stressful as it is memorable. But for those who use hearing aids, the issues associated with Thanksgiving can reach unbearable levels. Background noises like other people’s conversations, the clacks, and clangs of dishes, music, and noises from cell phones can all […]

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