Hearing Health Blog
Maybe your tinnitus has recently developed following an incident or maybe you've had it for some time and are now used to it. Sometimes it also comes on gentle as you get older and your brain starts to atrophy. Regardless of how it developed, a low frequency buzzing in your ear can be annoying and limiting in your life .
Part of the reason that people reduce their social activities as they get older is because of hearing loss. Of course, this can also occur in younger people. It becomes harder to hear what people say and then embarrassing to continually ask them to repeat themselves. Withdrawing socially like this leads to further physical and mental issues that can affect
Although modern hearing aids are extremely ergonomic and discrete some people may still find them intrusive and inconvenient. As a result, they will opt for one hearing aid instead of two. But is this a good idea? On one hand it means you can still improve your hearing without an extra device, but there are very good reasons why a hearing
Hearing loss can impact all people. It doesn’t matter if you are young or old, this could be something that you experience. If you have recently been diagnosed with hearing loss, you may have some questions that you want to ask your audiologist. Or you may be struggling to think of the information that you might want right now because
If you’ve been thinking about how you can help lower the risk of hearing loss lately, then we’ve got some good news for you. There have been some studies conducted that have shown that a healthy diet can lower the risks of hearing loss. As such, if you know that your diet could be better and you’ve been worried about