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Hearing Health Blog

We’re prone to take the advantages of modern life for granted. While things are far from perfect, there are many aspects of life that are much easier to manage everyday life than in the past. Take everything related to health, for instance. In the olden days, a person that suffered from, say, poor eyesight would just have to accept that

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Hearing loss is a common problem, especially as you continue to age. Some 15% of American adults say that they have some difficulty with their hearing . While there are, fortunately, some treatment options available , like hearing aids, until those treatments have been woven into the person’s life, there will inevitably be some sort of impact when it comes

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Do you think that you might be experiencing hearing loss? The first sign of this will usually be changes to the volumes of noise that you can hear. For instance, you might find that you are straining to hear the TV at the regular volume and need to turn it up. If that’s the case, then it’s important to make

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Are you worried that you might be losing your hearing or that you could be experiencing hearing loss ? If so, then you need to make sure that you are scheduling an appointment with an audiologist . As the name suggests, a hearing test is used to check whether your hearing is at a typical level. Similar to an eye

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Are you worried about damage to your hearing ? If so, then you might want to speak an audiologist about hearing protection. Any sound that is more than 85 decibels has the potential to damage your hearing, particularly if you are exposed for significant periods. Furthermore, if the sound is significantly louder than eighty-five decibels, this also increases the chance

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