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  • Communicate With The Hearing Impaired

    How To Communicate With The Hearing Impaired

    Even with perfect hearing ability, conversations require patience, energy, and immense focus for parties to relay messages and understand them effectively. Hearing loss makes communication more challenging. If you or your loved one has been experiencing hearing impairment that makes it hard to communicate with people, you may feel isolated and even withdraw from social […]

  • Tinnitus and Your Diet

    Are The Foods You Eat Contributing To Tinnitus?

    For those unfamiliar with tinnitus, it is a medical condition characterized by constant or intermittent ringing in one or both ears. In some cases, tinnitus is delineated by a buzzing noise in one or both ears as well. According to data published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an estimated 50 million […]

  • Get the 411 on Ear Candling

    If you’re looking for treatment for hearing loss, you might have come across the “ear candling” method once or twice. It might sound bizarre, but proponents of the method claim that it’s a safe, easy treatment you can do at home. Ear candling is alleged to treat everything from hearing loss to cancer to built-up […]

  • How Hearing Aids Can Change Your Life

    Hearing loss happens when there is permanent damage to the inner ear or nerves. Hearing loss may be congenital. There can be missing nerve cells in the cochlea or damage due to external factors like trauma, viral infections, prolonged exposure to noise, and aging. From the above factors, anyone can experience hearing loss at any […]

  • Ringing in the Ears

    Who Is At Risk for Tinnitus?

    Tinnitus is an irritating sensation that sounds like a ringing occurring in your ears. According to the Mayo Clinic, it is relatively common to impact 15-20% of people at some point in their lives. There is no current cure for the disorder, but treatments can make it easier to deal with. Furthermore, there are some […]

  • Socializing with Hearing AIds

    Can Hearing Aids Help Improve Sleep?

    Loss of hearing gradually develops as you age. According to statistics, hearing loss occurs in about 33.3% of people aged 65 to 75 in America. Hearing loss also occurs in half the population of people above 75 years of age. Hearing loss is hard to notice; the symptoms progress in severity the more you fail […]