You’ve heard your ENT physician or audiologist state you have “ sensorineural hearing loss ”… but what is sensorineural hearing loss? Great Question! We’ve got an answer for you!
Be sure to mark your calendar for the next captioned webinar on Wednesday, December 16, 8 p.m. - 9 p.m. eastern. Christine Cassel, M.D. will present " Aging America and Hearing Loss: The PCAST Report Explained ." See more information at http://www.hearingloss.org/content/schedule .
Sometimes sounds reach a point where they are too loud for some people but not loud for others. Often times, this can be described as a condition called hyperacusis. If you feel as though your ears often hurt from sounds that don’t bother others, visit your local ENT physician or audiologist. Read more information regarding hyperacusis here!
Almost time for Thanksgiving. If you have family members with hearing loss, here are a few tips to help them through the rest of the season, especially around this time when it’s most noticeable.
It’s easy to think hearing aids work just like glasses: you put them on and they fix everything! However, that’s not the case! Read more about how hearing loss differs from vision loss in many ways!