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Sign of Hearing Loss

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It is easy to assume that hearing loss only happens to people as they get older, but the truth is that hearing loss does not discriminate, regardless of age. So if you are starting to suspect that you may be experiencing some hearing loss, you are not alone.  Although the loss of hearing usually develops gradually, there are a few …

The Economic Benefits of Early Detection

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One of the most common healthcare issues people face is hearing loss. Its onset can be gradual and go unnoticed until it has a profound influence on daily living. Hearing loss not only impacts an individual’s personal life but can also make a mark on their professional life. Even beyond its immediate health implications, hearing loss can carry significant economic …

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Why You Should Have More Than One Hearing Aid

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The human ability to hear is one of our most important senses and it characterizes the relationship between a person and their environment. Without this sense, life may prove quite challenging, but thanks to the advancement of technology hearing aids are available to bridge the gap. This way, no limitation, and persons suffering from hearing loss can live a fulfilled …

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7 Signs You Might Have A Hearing Loss

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Hearing loss is a common but often misunderstood condition that affects millions of people worldwide. It can be gradual or sudden, and its impact can extend to all aspects of life, including communication, work, and relationships.  Recognizing the signs of hearing loss is crucial in seeking appropriate treatment and support. This article will explore seven key signs indicating a potential …

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Unveiling the Intricate Link Between Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline

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Our sense of hearing is a crucial thread that connects us to the rest of the world. As the years unfold, the gradual decline in our hearing ability can have more profound implications than we might realize. This article aims to delve into the nuanced connection between hearing loss and cognitive decline, shedding light on the importance of addressing hearing …

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How to Protect Your Ears During Recreational Activities

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Enjoying recreational activities is an excellent way to rejuvenate one’s body and mind. However, amidst the excitement, it’s crucial not to overlook the well-being of our ears. Protecting our auditory health during these ventures is often neglected, which can have long-term consequences. This blog post will explore effective ways to safeguard your ears during recreational activities while offering insights into …

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Demystifying Hearing Loss: Dispelling Common Myths and Embracing Advances in Auditory Health

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Hearing loss is a prevalent yet often misunderstood condition that affects millions of people worldwide. As a hearing professional, it is essential to debunk common misconceptions surrounding hearing loss and shed light on the latest advancements in prevention, diagnosis, and management. In this article, we will explore the truths about hearing loss, incorporating recent research and potential futuristic interventions, all …

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Hearing Loss Among Millennials & Gen Z

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One of the most common misconceptions about hearing loss is that it only affects older adults. But aging is just one cause of hearing loss which is a medical condition that can be caused by several factors, impacting people across the age spectrum. You may be surprised to learn that 10% of Millennials and 17% of Gen Z already have …

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Hearing Loss is Associated with a 91% Increased Risk for Dementia

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Did you know that hearing loss can increase the risk of developing dementia by 91%? This finding from the latest research on hearing loss and dementia shows a significant link between the conditions. Fortunately, treating hearing loss not only transforms hearing health but also brain health. Treatment can reduce the risk of experiencing cognitive decline, and associated conditions like dementia.  …

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What is Sensorineural Hearing Loss?

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Over 48 million people, nearly 1 in 5, live with hearing loss in the U.S. Being the third most common health condition people experienced today, hearing loss is both common and still undertreated. This highlights the importance of learning more about it so that you can prioritize your hearing health adn wellness.  There are three types of hearing loss: sensorineural, …