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Untreated hearing loss puts people at risk in a variety of ways, and social isolation is one of the hazards. Those who suffer from gradual hearing loss often don’t realize how serious the problem has become. They begin to strain to achieve clear communication. The hard of hearing will begin looking for visual cues, to fill in for words they

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Life gets a bit more complicated as a result of hearing loss, but it’s still possible to be involved in all the things you used to do. There’s really no need to give up any beneficial activity that brings you joy, and that includes traveling. Below are actions you can take to ensure a pleasant trip. Please see our article

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The world doesn’t always seem a very accommodating place for people who have suffered hearing loss. It’s not uncommon for people to isolate themselves because of the inability to engage in conversations in places like restaurants and during family gatherings. Really good news for the hard of hearing, however, is that there are many provisions made to assist those with

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Avoiding the use of hearing aids because a person thinks it will make him or her look older is a stigma that really doesn’t make sense. The reality is that untreated hearing loss makes you look far older than if you’re wearing hearing aids. You will actually look and feel younger if your loss of hearing is remedied with a

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If you are dealing with hearing loss, you are in company with people of every age across the world, including many celebrities. Since a common phenomenon is that those with hearing loss don’t seek the help of an audiologist, it may help to know what a common issue hearing loss is. Age is one of a multitude of reasons people

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It’s not uncommon for drugs to have labels regarding various undesirable side effects. What many people don’t realize is that there are many medications that cause hearing loss. Ototoxic drugs are medications that can cause damage to the ears, such as hearing loss, ringing in the ears or tinnitus, and balance disorders. Although there are currently more than 200 medications

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A huge segment of our U.S. population is going around with hearing loss but no hearing aids. It is common for people to gradually lose the hearing function and wait between 7 and 10 years to visit an audiologist. Why do people who need hearing aids not get them, and what are some consequences when they don’t? Three answers to

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Loss comes in many different forms but almost always leaves us with a void.  Whether losing a loved one, a job, or even a precious keepsake, there can be a sense of grief, knowing that we can never get back what we have lost.  Hearing loss can be devastating, quite understandably.  Many people go through common stages of grief when

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It is not uncommon for people with hearing loss to minimize the gravity of the situation. The truth is, however, that a diminished sense of hearing tends to have a negative impact on quality of life. Perhaps even worse, hearing loss is often associated with other serious issues, including disease. Being informed helps, since it’s always best to be aware

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A New Year’s resolution is a tradition here in the Western Hemisphere, and it is generally considered a good thing. If you’ve been putting off getting hearing aids, making it your New Year’s resolution to restore one of your five senses is an excellent decision. The following are a few very good reasons to get needed help for hearing loss.

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