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Healthy Hearing: New Year's Resolutions

While hearing loss isn't always entirely avoidable, there are some ways you can reduce your risk of having hearing-related issues. This is why below we're offering New Year's resolutions that can be good for your hearing.

Is it Okay to See a Hearing Specialist During COVID-19?

One of the realities surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic is that many people are putting off non-emergency healthcare needs for various reasons. This included individuals with issues regarding their hearing health.

Hearing Aids: Sound of Health

Hearing aids are devices that may help restore hearing so that normal daily activities of living may be resumed. Hearing is important to most patients and the restoration of some or all his or her hearing capabilities can dramatically improve one’s quality of life.

Hearing Loss and Helen Keller

Although Helen Keller lost both her sight and hearing at 19 months of age, it is the inability to hear that Ms. Keller considered her worst fate.

A Nutritional Approach to Hearing Loss

There's so much truth to the proverbial saying, “you are what you eat.” When we examine any aspect of our health, we should take a whole-body approach since the human body is an interconnected system of many complex parts. If we look at the auditory system specifically, we will find that is closely connected to our cardiovascular and nervous systems. The type of foods and beverages that we consume has a major effect on the health and well being of our entire structure.

Do You Need a Hearing Test?

Hearing Test? Why Should I Get One?

It is recommended that adults over the age of 50 have a hearing test every year. These annual tests will help determine your level of hearing. However, if you are experiencing any ongoing issues with your hearing, it is a good idea to get your hearing tested. Here are a few reasons to get your hearing tested.

What Is Tinnitus & How Can It Be Treated?

Tinnitus is the impression of sound in the ear. These sounds can differ from person to person. It can be in the form of buzzing, ringing, humming, whistling, hissing and so on. It is a condition that affects 1 in 5 people, and there are two types of it which are objective and subjective.