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High-Frequency Hearing Loss: Know the Symptoms and Treatment

One of the common types of hearing loss is high-frequency hearing loss. High-frequency hearing loss is where hearing high-pitched noises are more difficult. Any age group can experience this type of hearing loss.  This type of hearing loss is caused by the small sensory hearing cells in the inner ear being damaged. Usually, when an […]

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Can Hearing Loss Be Restored?

Hearing loss is something that impacts millions of people around the world. Hearing loss doesn’t just impact the individual’s ability to hear, but it can lead to a number of different issues, such as social and emotional issues. If you have experienced hearing loss or you think you are losing your hearing, you may wonder […]

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Allergies and Hearing Loss

When you think about allergies, you probably think about runny noses, itchy eyes, hives, and stuff like that – you probably don’t think about ears at all, but hearing instrument specialists and other hearing health professionals do. Why? Because they know that it is possible for allergies, such as hay fever, to actually affect your […]

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Why Are People Ashamed of Hearing Loss?

Hearing loss is quite common, and according to the Hearing Loss Association of America, an estimated 48 million Americans live with hearing loss. This figure represents about 20% of the total American population, so it is quite common. However, there is some stigma attached to hearing loss despite its marked degree of occurrence. This makes […]

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Treating Hearing Loss Helps You Stay Socially Connected

Being socially disconnected from the world can have adverse effects on your health. Minimal interaction with people around you can affect your mental health, causing you to feel lonely and depressed. Likewise, when you’re experiencing hearing loss, it’s normal to step away from social situations to avoid the embarrassment of your hearing loss showing through. […]