You may have noticed a significant change to your hearing lately. It’s possible that you are struggling to hear certain volumes or pitches that you previously could. Alternatively, you might find that your hearing is distorted is some way. Sounds might seem muffled or could even echo. It’s important to be proactive and take action by visiting a specialist. There are
According to the American Tinnitus Association (ATA), approximately 50 million Americans experience tinnitus. That’s nearly one in every six of us. If you know more than six people (and we know you do), then chances are someone you’re close to is dealing with this irritating condition. How tinnitus affects those experiencing it differs from person to person. For some, it’s
Summer is coming and so is the heat and moisture Here are a few helpful tips for taking care of your hearing aids -Don't leave your hearing aids in the hot car -Don't go swimming in your hearing aids -Open the battery door fully to allow air to circulate whenever you are not using your hearing aids, especially at night
Too much noise: Bad for your ears and for your heart! We've long known that too much noise-- too loud and for too long-- damages our ears and our ability to hear. But did you know that it also may pose a risk to your heart? That's right. A growing body of research shows that people with long-term exposure to
WOW! What a fantastic article- and so true! Your hearing is as unique as your fingerprints! Just because your hearing appears the same on the graph as someone else’s hearing levels does NOT mean you hear the same way! Read more here .