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How to live with hearing loss

In a world that operates on all five senses, living with one less functioning sense requires adjustments from the affected individuals. This is true for those born with it and those who lose it later in life, whether gradually or suddenly. If you find yourself...

How To Prevent Swimmer’s Ear This Summer

Fun in the beach or pool is the best during the summer! However, it doesn’t come without any risk. If you or your children are constantly in the water during the warm season, be aware of swimmer’s ear. Swimmer’s ear, or Otitis Externa, is an outer ear infection or...

Why You Need To Change Your Hearing Aids

Hearing aids have a certain life span like any other device. Usually they can last from three to seven years, or even longer. There are countless variables which affect a hearing aid’s lifespan. Some of these are how well it is built, how well it’s maintained, and how...

Foods To Help You Combat Hearing Loss

Since the time we were taught concepts such as balanced diets and “grow, glow, go foods,” we learned that our body’s effectiveness and resilience– its health in general, relies strongly on what we eat. Our body ages, and as it does it becomes weaker and inefficient....

What are the Types of Hearing Loss

There are four types of hearing loss. These are the Auditory Processing Disorder, Sensorineural Hearing Loss, Conductive Hearing Loss, and the Mixed Hearing Loss. Classifying it will help you sort out how severe or mild your hearing loss is or if it’s permanent or...

The Link Between Hearing Loss and Dementia

There have already been many studies dedicated to hearing loss, and for each one, we get updates on how we can potentially prevent it or treat hearing loss and recover from hearing health problems. The latest one that is noteworthy is about the link between hearing...

Common Myths About Hearing Loss

Most of us believe quite a few myths about our ears or about hearing in general. The most popular one would have to be that everyone becomes deaf when you get older. Though that statement is often true for many individuals, it does not necessarily mean that it only...