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Hearing Health Blog

The history of hearing aids is a truly interesting one. From animal horns to modern digital aids , hearing aids have come a long way since their early origins in the 13th century and they’re bound to take leaps and bounds forward in years to come too! To bring you up to speed, here’s a brief history of the hearing

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Your ears are important organ, they interpret the sound waves sent to your brain and also help you to keep your balance. In your ears is a canal that enables the influx of sound waves and the outflow of ear wax.  There are, however, times when your ears can become clogged from factor both outside and inside the ears. Having

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Far from popular belief, audiologists treat patients for more than just hearing loss. Anything to do with your ear, which includes hearing, balance, pain and tinnitus, can be treated by these specialists. There is a range of treatments for every condition , but it's important that you have an evaluation by an audiologist to identify the underlying problem.  You should

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At first, it may not seem like a big deal, but ringing in the ears can become more than background noise. It can develop into something that is quite noticeable and no matter how hard you try to escape it tinnitus will just become more and more apparent. But can wearing hearing aids solve the issue? Well, tinnitus is a

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When managing hearing loss, it is important to work with an audiologist to take a hearing test and discuss the audiogram . This will help you understand your hearing loss and the steps that may need to be taken next. If your audiologist recommends a hearing aid as your next step, then you need to acquaint yourself with the different

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It is a good practice to consider hearing tests just another normal part of your overall health routines. If you look at them in that way, you should find that you are able to keep on top of your hearing health much more effectively, and you will probably be able to catch any problems early on and deal with them

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Nobody particularly wants to experience hearing loss, but a great many of us will at some point or other and it is something that you are going to want to prepare for in many ways if you are to make the most of it. The truth is that hearing loss is, for many people, a normal part of life and

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Hearing loss doesn’t just affect a person’s ability to hear : an extensive library of evidence also suggests that it can have a profoundly negative impact on cognitive function . Our brains, it appears, work on a “use it or lose it” basis. We need the stimulation of our senses to keep certain brain regions active. If those senses are

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AS SEEN IN ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE Patients often seek audiological care as treatment for existing hearing problems. Preventative audiology, however, can help patients maintain the health of their hearing and avoid losing hearing function in the future. The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) reports that 15 percent of adults over the age of 18 experience some degree

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Read Dr. Marincovich's latest article in Natural Solutions Magazine. Hearing loss is a major problem in the United States. According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, around 15 percent of adults have lost some hearing. In addition to making communicating difficult, hearing loss may have other ramifications, including dementia. Patients generally come to an audiologist because

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