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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.


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Today, with hearing loss on the rise in both younger people and aging adults, it’s time for us as a society to recognize the impact of untreated hearing loss. A variety of scientific studies have been performed over the past decade and longer, which produced results proving that hearing aids keep your brain healthy and may protect against cognitive decline.


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This is the season for the flu, common colds and yes, even an ear infection! From your neighbors and friends to your work colleagues, it seems everyone is sick with something this season! Here you will find out more about the signs and symptoms of ear infections so you can be more proactive about your hearing healthcare.


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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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All kinds of things today produce noises that impact our hearing health. Loud noises happen every day and many of us just don’t notice. From cars and highways to crowded streets and constant background noise, our hearing allows us to amerce in our environment. As functioning humans working the daily grind, of course there will be increased noises. We’ve accepted these sounds as part of our everyday living. We do live in the age of ever-changing technology after all, but how much is too much noise for our own hearing health?


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June 20, 2017 Hearing Loss16

That ringing or chirping or whistling in your ears, yup, most likely that’s our old friend, Tinnitus. Never heard of it? Read on to find out what Tinnitus is and what you can do about it.

Tinnitus can actually present itself as many different types of sounds (hissing, clicking, whistling, ringing or chirping) but all of them are equally annoying for most people who experience Tinnitus. Tinnitus is pretty common, affecting an estimated over 50 million Americans annually. Although Tinnitus is more of an annoyance than a medical emergency, it has been known to cause sleepless nights and a lack of concentration. What’s most important to know about experiencing Tinnitus, is that your body is trying to tell you something.


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