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Improved Physicality Linked to Hearing Loss Treatment

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Over 48 million people live with hearing loss. Though it is the third most common medical condition people experience today, it tends to be undertreated. Untreated hearing loss can have significant effects in overall health and wellness in significant ways. Hearing loss not only impacts hearing capacity but also physical health. Recent research shows that untreated hearing loss can take …

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Why You Should Schedule a Hearing Test for World Alzheimer’s Month

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Did you know that September is World Alzheimer’s Month? A great way you can participate is by scheduling an appointment for a hearing test. Protecting your hearing health is an effective way to support your brain health which reduces the risk of cognitive decline. About Dementia & Alzheimer’s Disease Dementia includes numerous medical conditions that are characterized by cognitive decline. …

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Connecting People | May is Better Hearing and Speech Month!

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Each May, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) hosts Better Speech and Hearing Month. This year, the theme of Connecting People furthers their overarching goal of connecting folks living with communication disorders, and their friends and families, to the intervention and support resources they need.   How many people live with hearing loss More than 30 million Americans over the age …

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Facts & Fictions about Hearing Loss

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Although strides have been made to normalize acknowledging and treating hearing loss, we still see quite a few outdated mythologies circling the hearing health conversation. From misconceptions about hearing aids to subtle and sometimes undetectable types of hearing loss, the fictions abound.  Fiction: I’ll know if and when I have hearing loss. Fact: Actually, hearing loss is notoriously difficult to …

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Treating Hearing Loss Can Help Reduce the Risk for Dementia

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A recent scientific study has concluded that hearing loss and dementia may be more closely related than once previously thought. As the prevalence of both dementia such as Alzheimer’s disease and hearing loss increase, so does the amount of research on their connection to one another. What is Dementia? Dementia in and of itself is not a disease. Instead, dementia …

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Why You Should Invest in Your Hearing Health

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Hearing loss is a condition that impacts millions upon millions of Americans. Not only are people with hearing loss experiencing difficulty communicating, but their friends and families often feel the stress on their relationships, as well.    It’s a condition that disproportionately affects older people, as age continues to be the leading predictor of hearing loss. One in three people …

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Do I Have a Hearing Loss?

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If you think you might need a hearing test, you probably do… Let’s say you are in a quiet room with just a few people, whether it be a Bible Study group or a small office staff meeting, you find yourself being able to hear and understand just about everything being said in that environment.  Later on, you find yourself …

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Move beyond words – Discover Next from Unitron

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Unitron’s latest hearing aid provides you with incredible sound performance so you can hear the deeper meaning in conversations. Spectacular speech understanding is just the beginning Unitron is known for providing a sound that enables great speech understanding. But conversations are more complex than that. To have truly rich interactions, you need more than sounds and words.  We read each …

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All about Hearing Aid Help at Home: Tele-Audiology

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As we know, Social Distancing is one of the more effective ways to stop the spread of Covid-19. For many Seniors with chronic and other major health issues, the case for Social Distancing is even stronger as it is reducing exposure. Telehealth has therefore been in the news lately as an alternative to face to face interaction, but what is …

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Necessity is the Mother of Intervention – How Coronavirus is Transforming Our Hearing Healthcare Services

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When our sense of hearing is interrupted, we can easily become isolated.  Many of our patients rely on our audiological services and support to remain connected. Sounds Good!  is therefore keeping our doors open for patients, but only allowing for one appointment at a time. Maximum distance, cleaning, disinfecting agents, handwashing, gloves, and face masks, when necessary, have become key …