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How Your Hearing Can Affect The Rest Of Your Health

Hearing loss is a major health issue affecting more than 48 million Americans and, if left untreated, hearing loss can impact much more than your ability to hear the TV. Here are 3 critical ways hearing loss can negatively affect other aspects of your health: 1. Mental Health Your mental well-being is most directly affected by hearing loss. Once you are unable to communicate clearly and frequently, this will have an immediate impact on your relationships, both professional and personal. This reduction in interaction is associated with depression, as well as tension, stress, negativity, anger and irritability. Some people proactively...

Mar 09, 2017 0 comments

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Four Tips For Healthier Hearing

Four Tips For Healthier Hearing

Here are are a few easy tips for healthier hearing:   1) Use cotton swabs sparingly. You may think they help to clean your ears, but they can actually push earwax deep inside your ear canal which can possibly cause damage.   2) Use alcohol and caffeine in moderation. These substances, as well as certain prescription medications, can have adverse effects on your hearing.   3) Rest your ears. If you are in a noisy situation such as a concert, give your ears a break with some quiet time afterward. Your ears need a rest now and then, just as...

Jul 07, 2016 0 comments

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Tips For Hearing Aid Care

Properly caring for your Hearing Aids can help you to get the longest life out of them. The main way to do this is to protect your hearing aids from heat, wax, and moisture. Protecting your hearing aids from heat is fairly easy. Don't expose them to direct sunlight, and never leave them in your car or anywhere else where they might be subjected to extreme temperatures. Also, keep your hearing aids away from moisture. You can use a product like Super Dri-Aid (available here) to keep your hearing aids dry.It's a good idea to remove them if you'll be exercising...

Jul 06, 2016 0 comments

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How Untreated Hearing Loss Can Affect Your Life

How Untreated Hearing Loss Can Affect Your Life

Here's some great information about hearing loss form Dr. Paul Dybala Ph.D., President and Editor-in-chief of Healthy Hearing:If you don't treat hearing loss, or only get one hearing aid when two are recommended, will your hearing loss get worse?The National Council on Aging released a study in 1999 on 2,300 individuals with hearing loss who were over the age of 50. The overall results were "... those with untreated hearing loss were more likely to report depression, anxiety, and paranoia and were less likely to participate in organized social activities, compared to those who wear hearing aids."When I was fitting...

Jun 14, 2016 1 comment

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6 High-Tech Reasons You Should Finally Deal with Your Hearing Loss

Lifting your mood, boosting your energy, protecting your earnings, super-charging your social life — and even keeping your mind sharp: These are just some of the many spoils that come with facing and dealing with a noise-induced hearing loss that has been slowly but persistently creeping up on you.The quality-of-life and feel-good benefits of treating even just mild hearing loss brought on by years of loud music, power tools, high-volume headphones, motor-sport engines, crowded night clubs and bars, noisy restaurants, and raucous sporting events are plenty. But in this digital age of smart phones and wearable technologies, the draw for...

May 24, 2016 0 comments

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