Can Hearing Loss Affect Your Mood

Can Hearing Loss Affect Your Mood?

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Hearing loss is a common problem among older adults, affecting approximately one in three people over the age of 65. While many people are aware of the physical effects of hearing loss, such as difficulty understanding speech and sounds, few may realize the emotional impact that hearing loss can have …

All About Digital Hearing Aids

All About Digital Hearing Aids

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Hearing aids have come a long way in terms of technology, with a variety of shapes, types, and sound qualities to choose from. If sound quality is important to you, understanding the differences between analog and digital hearing aids is crucial. In this article, we will discuss the differences between …

Prioritize Better Hearing in the New Year

Prioritize Better Hearing in the New Year

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As the year ends and we are about to turn the page, you hold the creative power in determining the narrative of your next year. Many of us turn to health-related New Year’s Resolutions as we consider the steps to a more mobile, active and vibrant future. And while it …

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Age-Related Hearing Loss is Often Untreated

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With more than 30 million Americans living with hearing loss, it might surprise you to find out that only a very small percentage of folks seek treatment immediately. The age group most impacted by acquired hearing loss, that which one is not born with, are people over the age of …

Acknowledging the Reality of Hearing Loss

Acknowledging the Reality of Hearing Loss

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When our bodies go through changes in ability, it can feel like a harsh reality. What once came easily now requires some effort or discomfort. Particularly when these changes come with the aging process, we can sometimes feel like there’s little to be done about the decline. Although this feeling …

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Tips for Managing Tinnitus

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If you have tinnitus, you are familiar with that constant sound that rings in your ears. Some people describe it as a whirring, whooshing, roaring, buzzing, or humming. Others even hear a clicking sound. No matter how you describe tinnitus, its constant presence can lead to stress, anxiety, and other …

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Connecting People | May is Better Hearing and Speech Month!

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Technology is a mixed blessing. In many ways, new technological advancements help us connect with one another. In other ways, we find ourselves cut off from one another through the intervention of technology into a situation. Take, for instance, the invention of the smartphone. This small device is incredibly powerful, …

hearing loss and cognitive decline

Hearing Loss & Cognitive Decline

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As we age, our bodies and minds begin to show wear and tear. After years of faithful service, we begin to feel the cumulative effects of those years. Not only do most people experience some hearing loss in their senior years, particularly over age 70, but our minds can also …