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How to Know Whether Your Child Has a Hearing Problem

Around one in every ten children in the United States has a hearing problem. There are many different causes of hearing loss in children. It can be present at birth, or it can develop later in life as a result of an illness or injury. Hearing loss can also run in families. If you think […]

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Feeling Anxious? Hearing Loss Might be The Culprit

Anxiety is a condition that commonly occurs from feeling insecure in your environment; a situation where you have limited control when occupying it. It may encompass a range of emotions, such as feeling unsure, confused, upset or worried about your presence wherever you are at the time. Anxiety, sometimes, is a healthy emotion to feel. […]

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Hearing Loss on The Rise for All Demographics

Nobody tends to think about hearing loss until they notice issues developing. That doesn’t mean waiting until then to protect yourself against it. If you think that you’ll need to wait until later in life to do this, you’d be wrong. Increasing studies have shown that more and more people are developing hearing problems. These […]

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A Complete Guide to Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

Noise-induced hearing loss is a condition that develops when you get exposed to loud noise over an extended period. It can be caused by one event, such as an explosion or gunshot, but most often, it occurs gradually due to prolonged exposure.  The good news is that there are steps you can take to prevent […]

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10 Tips for Managing Hearing Loss

When you have hearing loss, it is so important that you take good care of your aural health. In many instances, it is possible to manage your hearing loss so that it does not have too significant an impact on you, and in some cases, it does not worsen over time. With that in mind, […]

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Everyday Activities That Could Harm Your Hearing

Many of us associate hearing loss with aging, but getting older is not the only contributor to deterioration. Several everyday activities can harm hearing. In this guide, we’ll explore common hazards and offer tips to help you protect your hearing.  Everyday activities that can harm hearing There are some obvious examples of exposure to loud […]

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Age-related Hearing Loss Is Often Untreated

Hearing loss can happen in many different ways. However, there is no denying that a lot of people end up experiencing hearing loss because of the natural aging process. Nevertheless, one worrying thing about this type of hearing loss is that it is often untreated. Known as presbycusis, age-related hearing loss impacts older adults. The […]

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Why are People with Hearing Loss More Prone to Dementia?

By the time adults reach their seventies, nearly two-thirds experience some degree of hearing loss. Studies show that adults with hearing loss have a higher susceptibility to dementia, Alzheimer’s disease and other cognitive disorders.  Why is this, and what can we do to prevent it? A study of nearly 2,000 older adults showed that those […]

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Can Hearing be Regained?

When people first experience hearing loss, they’re eager to know whether their hearing function can be regained. In most cases, the cause of your hearing loss will determine what treatment is appropriate and whether you can regain your natural hearing function.  In order to assess the extent of your hearing loss and the cause of […]