Hearing Health

  • Cruise Vacation

    How to Enjoy Your Cruise With Hearing Aids

    Taking a cruise is a popular choice for those looking for a fun vacation because they provide plenty of entertainment while taking you to a beautiful destination. Since cruise lines tend to get a lot of older guests, cruises make sure to accommodate those with hearing difficulties. However, you will still need to make a […]

  • Family Vacation

    Family-Friendly Vacations With Hearing Loss

    There is nothing better than spending quality time with your family. Watching the next generation of young kids have a good time simply cannot be beat. A great way to give them an experience they will never forget is by going on a fun vacation. You may be hesitant to take a trip when dealing […]

  • Cochlear Implant

    Can You Use a Hearing Aid with a Cochlear Implant?

    A cochlear implant is a neuroprosthetic device surgically implanted into a person’s ear to remedy hearing loss. This implant assists those with profound and moderate hearing loss to have a better sense of sound. While cochlear implants can be implanted in both ears, sometimes that may not be an option. Sometimes insurance restrictions and personal […]

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    Can Obesity Cause Hearing Loss?

    Obesity has been linked to several different health problems. If you fall into the obesity category, you may be wondering what your risks are of experiencing hearing loss. The truth is that obesity itself doesn’t lead to hearing loss. However, many medical conditions that are more common in obese patients can result in hearing loss. […]

  • What Are the Causes of Ear Infections?

    Ear infections are a common medical issue that occurs when the space behind the eardrum gets infected. The infection will cause inflammation and fluid buildup in the ear, which leads to several troubling symptoms. An ear infection’s primary symptoms are pain inside the ear, fluid discharge, pressure, and hearing troubles. These symptoms are so distinct […]

  • How Long Should You Wait Before Seeing a Hearing Specialist?

    Knowing when to see a hearing specialist can be difficult, mostly because it’s hard to know when you have a problem with your hearing. Some hearing problems are obvious, like if you develop tinnitus after being exposed to loud noises, but most of the time, you won’t know you have any hearing loss until you […]

  • New Years Resolutions

    Healthy Hearing: 2021 New Year’s Resolutions

    We can all agree that a new year is especially welcomed in 2021. The start of a new year brings the opportunity to make a fresh start and commit to better choices. New Year Resolutions are a great way to hold ourselves accountable for improving our relationships, finances, and most commonly, our health. The key […]

  • Holiday Travel

    Holiday Traveling Tips with Hearing Aids

    The holiday season is practically here, which means many of you will be traveling to see family. Since travel is a little more stressful when you have to wear a hearing aid, here are a few easy tips that should prove useful. See a Hearing Specialist Before you travel anywhere this holiday season, speak to […]

  • COVID and Hearing

    Can COVID-19 Increase My Chances of Hearing Loss?

    The COVID-19 pandemic has a lot of uncertainty surrounding it. If you’ve been diagnosed as having this virus, you may be worried about how it will affect your health. When it comes to your hearing, you may be wondering if COVID-19 can increase your risk of developing hearing loss. How Does COVID-19 Affect The Body? […]

  • Untreated Hearing Loss

    The Dangers of Living With Untreated Hearing Loss

    Hearing loss can lead to many serious consequences if it is not treated and mitigated. Hearing loss can affect your social life, your health and also your emotional well-being. If you are experiencing hearing loss, what are the repercussions and how can you seek help? Changes to the Brain Hearing loss that is not monitored […]

  • Allergies and Hearing

    Can Allergies Cause Hearing Problems?

    The middle ear contains the tiny bones that conduct sound waves to the brain. It is connected to the back of the throat by a tube called the Eustachian tube which drains fluid from the middle ear. If the back of the throat swells due to allergies, the tube does too. As a result, the […]

  • Ask Your Audiologist

    5 Questions to Ask Your Audiologist

    When you are experiencing hearing issues, you go to your audiologist. They are there to assist in assessing your hearing and recommending devices that can enhance your everyday hearing capability. During your visit with an audiologist, you should ask these questions. What Will My Hearing Exam Be Like? If this will be your first visit […]