Are you going mad with that tinnitus in your ears? Find out what causes tinnitus and whether you could have inherited it. What is tinnitus? A ringing, buzzing, or droning in the ears with no outside cause of the sound is a condition called tinnitus. The word tinnitus translates to “ringing like a bell.” How […]
There are many ways to feel more youthful. But protecting your hearing is one way that is often overlooked. Diet and exercise have been publicized for years as a proven way to extend your lifespan as well as improve your quality of life. It also helps prevent heart disease, cancer, and improves weight control. But […]
Some activities are simply staples of summer: Air shows, concerts, fireworks, state fairs, Nascar races, etc. The crowds, and the noise levels, are growing as more of these activities are going back to normal. And that can be an issue. Let’s face it: you’ve noticed ringing in your ears after attending a concert before. This […]
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Hearing loss can be brought on by many things and is usually extremely aggravating. There are some circumstances where hearing loss is caused by a more serious underlying health problem and isn’t just the result of an injury or aging. Look out for these hearing loss red flags Hearing loss will often throw up various […]
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Everybody’s hearing loss situation is unique and hearing aids are designed to make up for those unique conditions. If your hearing aids are giving you headaches or any other type of discomfort, whether you’ve been wearing them for years or you’re a new user, there’s a solution. A correctly adjusted hearing aid will fit comfortably […]
Does it seem as if your hearing aid batteries die way too quickly? There are several reasons why this might be happening that might be unexpected. So how long should the charge on my hearing aid battery go? From 3 to 7 days is the typical time-frame for charge to last. That range is fairly […]
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You want to be polite when you’re talking to friends. At work, you want to appear involved, even enthralled with what your manager/colleagues/customers are talking about. With family, you might find it less difficult to simply tune out the conversation and ask the person near you to fill in what you missed, just a little […]
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You’re having a Zoom call with your grandchild and you’ve been waiting for it all week! You’ll have a blast and get caught up with your cherished family members. But when you log in you notice, to your sadness and disappointment, that you can’t hear properly. You’re wearing your hearing aids but you still can’t […]
Crackling in your ear? Buzzing, crackling, “static”, or whooshing sounds in your ear can all be signs of a condition known as tinnitus. Here’s some info. Ever hear crackling, buzzing, or thumping noises that seem to come from nowhere? If this is happening with hearing aids, it could mean you need to come in and […]
As we get older we begin to have difficulty hearing clearly and we usually just accept it as a normal part of the aging process. Maybe we need to ask people to speak up or repeat themselves when they talk. Maybe the volume on our TV keeps getting louder. We might even notice that we’re […]
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