“Tinnitus itself is defined as a “ringing” or “buzzing” sound in the ears, according to the CDC (Center for Disease Control), “Some 30 million Americans have tinnitus and approximately 13 million Americans report tinnitus without hearing loss.
Tinnitus is a condition that has proven to be moderately to severely difficult to live with. People do tend to downplay the severity of their tinnitus and consider it a mild inconvenience.
Heat, humidity, and hearing aids are not a good mix. Honestly, heat and humidity can be challenging enough for most people without adding hearing aids to the mix. But it’s also important to remember that the help hearing aids give to those with hearing loss outweighs the extra effort needed to deal with heat, humidity and hearing aids.
Acknowledging your hearing loss is the first step toward a healthier you. As a new hearing aid user, you probably know that hearing loss impacts more than just your hearing abilities. Because we hear with our brains, cognitive decline is common in those who have ignored hearing loss treatment. Untreated hearing loss has also been linked to hypertension and stress, anxiety attacks, headaches, gastrointestinal problems and more.
Hearing aids are certainly small in size, but they pack a powerful punch, until a hearing aid needs repair. These small devices can seem easy to fix, but with their plethora of technology and small size, fixing hearing aids can be complicated and best left to the professionals. What we are going to look at today is, how you can tell if you need your hearing aids repaired.
The highly respected, Rhode Island Monthly Magazine, has again published their results for the 244 best physicians in Rhode Island. Multiple-time awardee, Dr. Mark Andreozzi is at the top of this list once again!
During this time of Coronavirus, focusing on anything else can seem overwhelming and simply not doable. That’s fine for most things, but your health is one thing that you really should not overlook. With May as Better Hearing & Speech Month, it’s our duty to help you understand the importance of good hearing healthcare.
People working remotely with hearing loss can face certain challenges that may make working remotely challenging. Although people living with hearing loss work in all kinds of industries and do so successfully, there are certain areas where the hearing impaired can use assistance to make their working environment more successful.
Tinnitus is a ringing or buzzing sound some people experience in their ears. Tinnitus severity can come and go and last for different amounts of time. People sometimes experience tinnitus when they are living with a high frequency hearing loss. Tinnitus can usually be managed with an appropriate hearing aid.