Should I Get My Hearing Tested in My 60s?

Should I Get My Hearing Tested in My 60s?

When you think of hearing loss, what sort of person do you think of having it? Your grandparents or great-grandparents, maybe, with the off-white or pale pink hearing aids that sat hooked over their ears and buzzed loudly in the living room. These days, not only is...

What Is Unilateral Hearing Loss?

What Is Unilateral Hearing Loss?

Unilateral hearing loss, also known as loss of hearing in one ear, is a condition where an individual has difficulty hearing in one ear and normal hearing in the other. This type of hearing loss can be caused by various factors, such as – Genetics, injury Infection...

How Do I Know If I Have Damaged My Ears Or Have A Hearing Loss?

How Do I Know If I Have Damaged My Ears Or Have A Hearing Loss?

If you've damaged your ears, you very well may have damaged your hearing. What Is The Difference Between Damaged Ears And Hearing Loss? If you have damaged your ears, you won’t necessarily feel any pain, but you’ll likely experience some of the classic signs of...

The 6 Big Reasons To NOT Treat Your Hearing Loss

The 6 Big Reasons To NOT Treat Your Hearing Loss

There is lots of information out there about hearing health and proper auditory care. Thankfully, the internet can provide any answer you are looking for. This includes many articles about why you SHOULD get your hearing tested and treated. However, this is not one of...

What Happens At A Pediatric Hearing Test?

What Happens At A Pediatric Hearing Test?

Are you a parent of a child who has difficulty hearing what you say to them? Do they misinterpret what is being said to them? Do they struggle in school, or do their teachers feel they do not follow instructions? Is their language delayed? Maybe your child has failed...

Why Should You See an Audiologist?

Why Should You See an Audiologist?

Believe it or not, hearing loss is the third most common health problem that the country faces. Luckily, the whole month is dedicated to shedding light on audiology. Each October, the audiology community participates in National Audiology Awareness Month. "Ask Me...

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