Falls & Accidents Are More Likely with Hearing Loss

Hearing loss affects more than just your hearing but can affect many aspects of your physical and mental health. Not only does it affect everything from your mood to your blood pressure, but studies have linked hearing loss to a greater risk of falls and accidents.   Risks of Untreated Hearing Loss When people ignore their hearing loss all sorts of …

How to Prevent Hearing Loss & Reduce Its Impact

Perhaps you have been noticing that you have to ask people to repeat themselves more than normal. There are a lot of factors that can contribute to this, but if you are dealing with hearing loss, you are not alone.  Hearing loss affects approximately 48 million people in the United States alone. There are many causes of hearing loss and …

Strange Causes of Hearing Loss

Age-related hearing loss is the most common type of hearing loss. This is a normal wear and tear that comes with age but there are other factors that contribute to hearing loss. The normal wear and tear of a lifetime of hearing is no surprise but there are other risks to your hearing that can contribute to hearing loss sooner …

Tips for Selecting Hearing Aids

Tips for Selecting Hearing Aids If you have recently been diagnosed with hearing loss and you are on the market for new hearing aids, you will realize that there are a lot of options out there. Even if these are not your the first pair of hearing aids, it is hard to navigate through all the options out there. There …

What to Expect at a Hearing Test

Hearing loss is one of the most prevalent afflictions in America today. Our world is getting noisier and rates of hearing loss are increasing to reflect that. But only 1 in 4 cases of hearing loss are currently being treated. We need to improve this statistic, so if you suspect you might have hearing loss, make an appointment with a …

The Benefits of Treating Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is one of the most common afflictions for people as we age. But in America alone, only about 1 out of 4 people who suffer from hearing loss have hearing aids. On average, it takes about 7 years from the time a person notices symptoms of hearing loss to the time they get hearing aids. Why is hearing …

Identifying the Signs of Hearing Loss

Statistics say it takes the average person seven years to seek treatment after they begin to notice hearing loss. What’s more, only 1 out of 4 people who have hearing loss currently wear hearing aids. The Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) says that 48 million people in the United States suffer from hearing loss. So, 36 million Americans are …

Encouraging a Loved One to Take a Hearing Test

Imagine that you’re trying to make dinner plans with your partner. You’re discussing the possibility of going to a restaurant, but you have to repeat yourself over and over as you try to make the decision. You’re both getting frustrated at the slowness of the back and forth, and eventually you just decide to stay in. This isn’t unusual; your …

Support an Active Lifestyle with Hearing Aids

Support an Active Lifestyle with Hearing Aids

An active lifestyle not only keeps our body in shape, it can keep our stress levels down and improve our mood considerably. If you’ve lived a life full of physical activity, whether it be hiking, biking, competitive sports or time at the gym, you know better than anyone how moving your body helps your mood, health and self-esteem. When someone …

A Healthy Diet Can Support Your Hearing Health

A Healthy Diet Can Support Your Hearing Health

Hearing loss affects around one-third of adults between the ages of 65 and 75. There are many factors that contribute to hearing loss over time. Aging isn’t the only cause of hearing loss, but it often combines with other aspects of the person’s lifestyle and diet. The net effect is that hearing sensitivity can decrease with exposure to loud noises …