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If I Was Dealing With Hearing Loss, How Would I Know? a>

Your last family get-together was frustrating. Not because of any intra-family episode (though there’s always a little bit of that). No, the problem was that you couldn’t hear anything over the loud noise of the room. So you didn’t get the details about Nancy’s raise, and you didn’t have a chance to ask about Todd’s […]

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Getting Used to Your New Hearing Aids – Here Are a Few Tips a>

You finally obtained your new hearing aids. You’re finally going to be able to get back into the groove of your social life again. No more bad transitions or unclear conversations. But your hearing aids just don’t seem quite right. The reason for this is that it will usually take a bit of time before […]

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Are Hearing Aids Waterproof?

Are Hearing Aids Waterproof? a>

You enjoy swimming and are all about being in the water. The pool is like your second home (when you were younger, everybody said you were part fish–that’s how often you wanted to swim). The water seems a little…louder… than usual today. And that’s when you notice you may have made a mistake: you brought […]

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Protect Your Hearing With These 5 Tips

Protect Your Hearing With These 5 Tips a>

Your sense of hearing is crucial in your life and when you lose it, there will be no natural way of getting it back. But somehow, hearing loss frequently goes untreated and unchecked in the general population. In the US alone, one in eight individuals over the age of 12 copes with neglected and permanent […]

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The Surprising Connections Between Hearing Aids and Your Love Life a>

When you think about hearing aids, intimacy probably isn’t the first thing you consider. We understand. The advertising on these little devices is rather straightforward. Love, conversely, is something better suited for music, poetry, and art. But you might want to begin viewing your hearing aid as an intimacy device because of the strong link […]

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Age Related Hearing Loss – the First Signs

Age Related Hearing Loss – the First Signs a>

Hearing loss is well recognized to be a process that progresses slowly. It can be quite subtle for this very reason. Your hearing doesn’t get worse in big leaps but rather in tiny steps. So if you’re not paying close attention, it can be hard to track the decline in your hearing. That’s why knowing […]

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Are There Treatments for Hyperacusis?

Are There Treatments for Hyperacusis? a>

Pain is your body’s way of delivering information. It’s not a very fun method but it can be beneficial. When your ears begin to feel the pain of a very loud megaphone next to you, you know damage is happening and you can take steps to move further away or at least cover your ears. […]

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Why You Should Avoid Homeopathy For Hearing Loss a>


 If you cut your arm, it heals. If you stub your toe, it may feel bruised and inflamed but the inflammation will subside, and you’ll feel better in a little while. Even if you break a bone, when properly set, it will mend. But what if you lose your hearing? Does the inner ear […]

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Protecting Hearing With This is Something Even the Young Should do a>

Hearing loss is normally considered an older person’s issue – in fact, it’s estimated that almost 50% of people aged 75 and older suffer from some kind of hearing loss. But studies show that younger individuals are at risk for hearing loss – and, alarmingly, they’re losing their hearing in spite of the fact that […]

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