New Advances in Hearing Aid Technology

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Hearing aids have come a long way in recent years. From tiny, discreet designs to longer battery life and advanced noise-canceling features, there are now more options than ever for those who need hearing aid technology. But what’s new? What technologies are being developed to make hearing aids better? In this blog post, we’ll explore […]

Tinnitus and Your Brain

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In the United States, many people suffer from tinnitus, which causes buzzing, ringing, or hissing in their ears without any external stimulus. Researchers suggest that people with this condition may process emotions differently than those without it. Anxiety and depression are severe psychological problems linked to this, as well as higher levels of stress, irritability […]

Food and Hearing

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Can what you eat affect your hearing? When your grandmother told you to eat your carrots so you could see in the dark it did make those carrots a bit more appealing. However, there never seemed to be that magic food grandma said would make you have amazing hearing. Hearing, seeing, smelling, heck, walking are […]

New Dementia & Hearing Loss Study Results

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Hearing aids reduce dementia risk by almost 20%, according to a new study. A new study conducted by researchers from the University of Manchester has found a strong link between hearing aid use and dementia risk. The findings, which were published in JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, indicate that regular hearing aid use reduces the […]

Tinnitus – The Unclear Ringing In Your Ears

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Have you ever experienced a ringing in your ears that didn’t seem to go away, no matter how much you tried to ignore it? If so, you may be one of the millions of people who suffer from tinnitus. In this article, we’ll explore what tinnitus is and discuss how it can affect your life. […]

Hearing Loss Around the Holidays

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The holiday season is a time for family, friends, and celebrations. But for those with hearing loss, it can be a difficult time. Holiday parties and gatherings can be overwhelming, and trying to follow conversations can be exhausting. If you or someone you love is living with hearing loss, here are some tips to help […]

When Do You Need Hearing Protection Solutions

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You may be wondering why ear protection solutions are important and if you truly need them. The answer is yes! Ear protection aids are the best solutions that can help protect your ears from damaging noise that may be present at any given time around you. Prolonged exposure to these loud noises can cause serious […]

Golf and Hearing Loss

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Anywhere you find loud noises, you’ll find folks experiencing hearing issues. People who work or frequent music venues, construction sites, and golf courses are at higher risk for hearing loss. Golf courses? Yes! Strange as it may seem there is enough consistent and loud noise during golf to affect your hearing over time. Are you […]

Balance and Falls

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It may seem like a strange connection, but your balance and your hearing are closely connected. It may be more accurate to say your ears and your balance are closely connected. The inner ear is home to the body’s innate sense of balance. Your balance is dependent on your vestibular system, located in your inner […]

Annual Hearing Tests

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Do I need an annual hearing test? Well, of course you do! Just like an annual check-up with your doctor, a yearly eye exam, twice a year teeth cleanings, prostate exams, and mammograms, your ears deserve the same attention. We can all admit though, sometimes the ears and your hearing are the last thing you […]