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The 33 million Americans who suffer with hearing loss are loved by someone who wants to help.
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The truth, if you are hearing impaired, you will benefit from wearing hearing aids, period.
Some things you may want to know but didn’t know who to ask about hearing loss and hearing aids.
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Thanksgiving is almost here. One of the more challenging listening situations for individuals with a hearing loss is trying to communicate in noise. Thanksgiving can be a very noisy day whether you’re dining at home or dining at a restaurant. Even the most elegant restaurants tend to be on the noisy side. Numerous conversations are going on all around you, dishes and silverware are constantly clanging and music is playing in the background. And being seated around a table eliminates your ability to move closer to the person or
A link between hearing loss and cognitive decline has been recognized for more than a few years. Dr. Frank Lin of Johns Hopkins University, one of the leading researchers into the impact of hearing loss on an aging population concluded the following from a study released in 2011. “Hearing loss is independently associated with incident all-cause dementia. Whether hearing loss is a marker for early-stage dementia or is actually a modifiable risk factor for dementia deserves further study.” A study published last month in the Journal of the American
Congratulations, you’ve taken steps to improve your ability to hear. Now take the time to protect your investment so it lasts as long as possible. Here is a list of the top 5 ways to extend the life of your hearing aid. 1. If the hearing aids are not in your ears, they belong in the case that was provided to you at the time the hearing aids were purchased. They do not belong in your pocket, the glove compartment or in a dish by your bed. 2. Use only
You know you’re having a problem hearing, but you’d like to know what caused the problem. There are many risk factors associated with hearing loss including loud noises, genetics and certain medications to name just a few. Recent research has shown that people with diabetes are twice as likely to experience hearing loss as those without diabetes, suggesting that diabetes may be a complication of the disease. The Link Between Hearing Loss and Diabetes From the American Diabetes Association, although current research has drawn