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It’s fun to listen to music, attend a concert, or play video games. But over a period of time, these activities can lead to hearing loss . About 20 percent of people in the U. S. experience hearing loss, which is irreparable. However, there are some simple ways to avoid hearing loss. Loud damages your ears “Turn it up, that’s

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Maybe your mother has started avoiding family gatherings because she can't comprehend what people say. Maybe your husband turns the TV and phone volume up louder than he should. Or maybe you have a friend who always requests other people to talk louder than they normally do.  If anybody close to you has had hearing loss left untreated, it’s only

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Hearing is an important component of general well being and its health should be maintained without any excuses. Similar to the way you protect your eyes with good quality spectacles or safeguard your skin with sunscreen, your sense of hearing should also be protected using appropriate tools and techniques. If you feel that your sense of hearing is becoming weaker

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Audiologists belong to a group of medical professionals in which we kind of know what they do, but not really. Audiologists help with hearing loss and other hearing related illnesses. They also spend a lot of their professional time in educating patients on how to improve their hearing. To help you understand better what to expect from an audiologist here

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Getting used to hearing aids can be like getting used to wearing a new pair of running shoes. Hearing aids have been shown to vastly improve hearing health and happiness. However, for many first-time wearers, it takes some time to break them in and get used to them. Below are some key tips that can help first-time hearing aid wearers adjust

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More and more often, you notice that some sounds are muffled. You can’t quite catch all the words when speaking with your friends. You turn up the volume on the TV and still can’t hear all the dialogue. These signs could indicate hearing loss and that you need to find an audiologist . Audiologists have professional degrees and specialize in

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An audiologist is a licensed professional who has expertise with the diagnosis and management of auditory disorders and balance systems. Hearing problems are not faced only by the elderly people. Auditory disorders can affect infants and children as well. In today’s day and age, we are constantly exposed to loud noises coming from cars, factories, loudspeakers, machines, etc. This constant

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Hearing loss occurs for a number of reasons; some of those reasons are from internal factors like genetics or illness, while others are from external factors such as loud noises and lifestyle. Here are some common external causes of hearing loss.   1. Concerts  Concerts are notorious for producing a ringing sensation in your ear afterwards; however, what does that

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Has it crossed your mind recently that your hearing isn’t what it used to be? Perhaps you ignored the thought because you aren’t that old and hearing loss is something that happens to elderly people. Right? Wrong. People of any age, including teenagers and young adults, can damage their hearing when regularly exposed to sounds above 85 dBs. In the

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A speech test is performed once the air conduction and bone conduction tests have been completed. Speech testing helps the hearing health professional determine how a patient hears speech in everyday life and if there is a significant problem when it comes to listening to the outside world. Speech testing has a few different parts to it and each of

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