Hearing Health Blog

Low-frequency hearing loss, often known as reverse-slope hearing loss, is a very uncommon type of hearing loss. This name comes from the way it appears on an audiogram, which is a standardized chart used by audiologists to measure hearing levels during the testing process. Normal hearing loss shows as a slope going the opposite way. How Reverse-Slope Hearing Loss Affects

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Your hearing health isn’t just important to help you more aware of the sounds around you, but also to your overall wellbeing. From diabetes and cognitive decline to hypertension, hearing loss has been linked to numerous other health conditions. Hearing loss has been linked to hypertension for the following reasons:  Hypertension makes blood overwhelm blood vessels in the ear, causing

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Many people experience hearing loss in one or both ears at some point during their lives. Knowing the options on the table when it comes to dealing with the issue is the first step towards sorting it out. With that in mind, this article will highlight everything you need to do if you notice hearing loss in one of your

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One thing that hearing impaired people report as sometimes frustrating, is the lack of patience from others. It can be a challenge for a hearing-impaired person to fully understand the speech of others, but it is always positive and helpful if those people communicating with them, are patient and kind and their interactions.  Being hearing impaired may be a new

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Hearing loss is experienced by over 50 million Americans, and it would be very naïve to think that they all have the same type of hearing loss. In truth, hearing loss is a term that can cover a range of sources and symptoms.  If you suspect that you have hearing loss of any kind , it’s imperative that you book

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