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February 14, 2020 Uncategorized0

Hearing loss in America, in many cases, happens gradually over time. Often hearing loss happens so gradually that many people who are living with untreated hearing loss don’t know they are living with hearing loss. Hearing loss is unique for every person who experiences it. But no matter the severity or duration of hearing loss, there are signs.


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We all know physical activity keeps your body healthy. So, it’s no surprise that physical activity and hearing health are related to each other as well. Your hearing health is related to many parts of your overall healthcare. As hearing loss professionals, we have come to realize that hearing loss is a major health issue, one that can lead to an array of various other health issues. And, in the new year, our media is overflowing with messages pushing us to get healthier and add exercise to our daily schedules.


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July 11, 2018 Hearing Loss9

In our current social state of fitness and total body health, many people forget about annual hearing health care check-ups. Sure, in grade school we all raised our hands with the headphones on in the nurse’s office, but as we age, regular hearing health care falls to the side. Perhaps this is part of the reason why hearing loss affects hundreds of millions of people across the globe.


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June 27, 2018 Hearing Loss8

I’ve never heard anyone ever say, “I can’t wait to have hearing loss!” No, it’s not exciting. No, it doesn’t make us feel young. But, ignoring it could be the worst mistake you ever make. The fact is, we actually hear with our brains. If you missed it, check out our blog, Hearing Loss: What it is and What Happens When You Learn You Have it? Yup, hearing actually happens in the brain and our ears function more like funnels for sound.


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We used to believe hearing loss was a normal part of the aging process. Today we know hearing actually happens in the brain and our ears function more like funnels for sound. So, in simple and understandable terms, sounds around us are detected by our outer ear, the funnel.  Sound waves then travel from the outer ear, through to the middle ear. The ear drum then takes these sounds waves, amplifies them and turns them into vibrations. As the trickle effect continues, the vibrations travel to the inner ear. Within the inner ear there are tiny inner ear hair cells. These cells translate the vibrations into neural signals, which are then sent to the brain. The brain then interprets the neural signals it recognizes and we understand what we are hearing.


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