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Hearing loss is something that is most commonly experienced by older people, and many of us will experience some level of hearing loss throughout the latter years of our lives. However, there are cases where children will develop hearing loss or a hearing problem at a young age, and as a parent, it is important for you to know the

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As we grow older, many of us will experience hearing loss and this is a normal part of our everyday lives. If you are starting to notice hearing loss, it is a good idea to get in touch with an audiologist and you will be able to get a hearing aid that can facilitate your hearing and bring a new

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People usually experience hearing loss primarily due to an underlying medical condition. However, there are other factors you may not have considered or even believed could have cost you your sense of hearing. From research conducted by the John Hopkins Center for Hearing and Public Health, about 38.2 million Americans have varying degrees of hearing loss . The statistic indicated

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Hearing aids are devices that have helped mankind in so many ways. They help to improve the hearing of so many people, hereby enhancing their conversational experience. Irrespective of their importance, hearing aids are prone to wear and tear and can become faulty at some point. This is why it is important to care for your hearing aid. One way

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In the past few years, studies have surfaced, pointing to hearing loss and its link to some disabling conditions like heart disease, depression and cognitive loss. Such links are usually known as comorbidities. Comorbidities may also refer to the presence of one or more additional disorders occurring simultaneously with a primary disorder. But it can also be defined as the

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Hearing loss is a condition that is predominantly experienced as a result of old age. Lifelong exposure to loud noises, coupled with a decrease in senses can result in hearing loss. In fact, it is the third most common health condition that affects older adults. And in fact, it has been identified as a big risk factor for dementia. Why

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When we think about hearing loss, we generally only think about our ears. What we don't stop to think about is our brain. After all, our brain processes what we hear, and if you are living with hearing loss that is not being treated , it can have a significant impact on the health of your brain too.  We now

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When it comes to hearing loss, hearing aids are the most used treatment – and that is because, in most cases, they work quite well. These days, hearing aids are available in a range of styles and have all sorts of technology and functions that simply were not available in times gone by. According to the Johns Hopkins Cochlear Center

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If you have ever dealt with a buzzing, ticking or ringing sound in your ear, you have dealt with tinnitus. It's not the most pleasant experience to deal with, but the perception of sound in the ear when there is no physical or audible reason for it is precisely the type of issue an audiologist would deal with for you.

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If you are dealing with your hearing issues, you will likely be headed to the audiologist for a hearing test. The hearing tests you will go through with your audiologist will determine the level of hearing loss you are experiencing and the hearing loss you are affected by. This information will help your audiologist to determine what treatment you need

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