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This October, we’re celebrating Protect Your Hearing Month! Raising awareness of hearing loss is extremely important. Hearing loss is permanent, so you’ll want to do everything in your power to prevent hearing loss before it happens. Young adults, teens, and children also need to learn the risks of hearing loss. In fact, rates of hearing loss in younger adults and

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Are you experiencing hearing loss? Should you speak to an audiologist about your hearing? It’s a good idea to try and understand a little more about hearing loss to help you make the right call.   While your audiologist can definitely help you with your own personal hearing, these are some of the most frequently asked questions about hearing loss,

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It's challenging to explain hearing loss fatigue to someone who doesn't deal with the stress and effort of living a life impacted by hearing loss. It's no wonder that people with hearing loss often report higher fatigue incidents when you consider the additional energy and attention they expend at every turn.  If your hearing is damaged and you feel a

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Upon being diagnosed with a hearing condition , the next step is to consider the right hearing aid for you. If you are looking for a hearing aid, finding the right type and style will depend on a variety of factors. This would include your level of hearing loss, your lifestyle preferences and also the general aesthetics of the hearing

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Hearing loss is often associated with older adults, but did you know that rates of hearing loss among teenagers and children are on the rise as well? Hearing loss is currently the third most frequent medical problem in the United States. According to the World Health Organization, 1.1 billion young people are in danger of permanent hearing damage due to

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Hearing loss is the third most frequent medical problem in the United States, affecting 20% of Americans. While hearing loss can affect anyone at any age, it disproportionately affects the elderly in the United States. Hearing loss affects one out of every three persons between the ages of 65 and 74, 50 percent of people between 75 and 84, and

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World Alzheimer’s Month is a great reminder to prioritize your hearing health! You can participate in this international campaign by scheduling an appointment for a hearing test. Treating hearing loss can reduce the risk of cognitive decline and experiencing neurological conditions like Alzheimer’s.  World Alzheimer’s Month Launched in 2012, World Alzheimer’s Month is a global campaign that focuses on raising

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Hearing loss is prevalent throughout all age groups in the United States, with more than 30 million people over the age of 12 displaying signs of hearing loss in both ears. Approximately 2 or 3 out of every 1,000 babies in the US are born with hearing loss present at birth. This type of hearing loss is referred to as

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If you’ve experienced hearing loss, then it’s essential to seek professional advice from an audiologist. They’ll be able to perform an accurate diagnosis, test your hearing, and discover the cause of your hearing loss. They’ll then suggest a suitable treatment and give you tips and advice on coping with hearing loss. For your own peace of mind, it’s important to

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With 48 million Americans having some form of hearing loss , it should come as no surprise when you realize that your hearing ability is compromised. Most people who live to the senior years above age 70 will have some form of age-related hearing loss, and even more people have noise-induced loss or another type of hearing loss. With so

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