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Hearing Health Blog

It is common for people to experience hearing loss , which can be brought on by noise, aging, sickness or being born deaf. People with hearing impairments may have difficulty conversing with close relatives and friends. This might even be what made you notice they might have hearing loss in the first place.  About one-third of people between the ages

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It's not like you wake up one day and lose your hearing. Hearing loss affects most people in varying degrees , especially as they age. One in three Americans experience age-related hearing loss . Most of them are well into their seventies before they begin to feel a difference. You may not notice the problem right away, however there are

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Hearing loss is something that people often associate with old age. However, you don't have to be in your senior years to experience hearing loss. In fact, hearing loss is becoming more common across all demographics. There may be several reasons for this, including lifestyle habits leading to earlier hearing loss, as well as better and earlier diagnosis of hearing

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It is estimated that one in every 25 Canadians has some sort of hearing impairment. So, it’s important that both individuals with hearing impairment and those without hearing impairment work together to ensure that everyone can communicate well with one another. Now, when we think about interactions between those who are hard of hearing and those who are hearing, we

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Most people that are unaware of hearing loss will typically only relate it to a reduced ability to hear sounds. They understand that people with hearing loss can find it difficult to communicate in social situations, and they know that it can be hard for them to perceive certain frequencies. However, there are also several rather surprising side effects that

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Hearing loss varies with the level of decibels. Moderate hearing loss ranges between 41-55 decibels. With mild hearing loss, one can hear; however, they may miss out on sound and understanding, especially in noisy places. People with moderate hearing loss may not realize this earlier and may cause an individual to feel uncomfortable communicating with people and socializing, resulting in

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People's hearing can deteriorate for a variety of reasons. Sometimes it's because of the medications, other times old age. However, there are everyday activities that can negatively affect our hearing.  Listening to sound through earphones and headphones  We live in the digital age, and that means interacting with digital devices every day. Unfortunately, it also means listening to digital sound through

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In every aspect of our lives, we are surrounded by noise. The more you listen to loud sounds or excessive noise, the likelier it is to affect your hearing. There is a connection between excessive noise and hearing loss, but it's important to note that hearing loss can be temporary, as well as permanent. And specifically, in relation to exposure

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At some point in their lives, over 300 million people around the world will struggle with depression. It is often the result of other conditions including anxiety, stress and isolation. However, one possible contribution which is often overlooked and left untreated by health professionals is hearing loss.  While there are many things that can trigger depression, hearing loss is just

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Hearing loss can be a traumatic thing for people to experience, but the good news is that there are so many options for dealing with this these days. You have a lot you can do when it comes to trying to improve your hearing or boost your quality of life as someone experiencing hearing loss. The first thing you need

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