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Hearing Loss Fatigue: How to Restore Your Energy

Do you struggle with fatigue? Overwhelming exhaustion can happen for a number of reasons, but if you have hearing loss you may be especially vulnerable to it effects. Problems with our hearing can deplete our mental and physical energy in

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Treating Hearing Loss Could Help Your Cognitive Abilities

Treating Hearing Loss Could Help Your Cognitive Abilities

November is National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. This devastating disease affects an estimated 5.5 million Americans, with the majority of people age 65 or older. A study from 2013 found that untreated hearing loss could have an adverse effect on your

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Getting to Know Your Hearing Aids

Getting to Know Your Hearing Aids

Throughout human history, there have been many instruments used to amplify hearing. In the past century, following World War II, there were major advancements in the field of audiological research. As such, hearing aids began to resemble the devices we

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Understanding Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Kenwood Hearing Centers - Understanding Sensorineural Hearing Loss

What are the Different Types of Hearing Loss? There are three types of hearing loss: conductive, sensorineural, and mixed hearing loss. Conductive hearing loss is localized to the outer and middle ear structures. Conductive hearing loss might occur due to

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Tackling Tinnitus: Causes & Treatments

Tackling Tinnitus: Causes & Treatments

What is Tinnitus? Known commonly as a “ringing of the ears,” tinnitus is a condition in which one experiences a sound without an external stimulus. The sounds of tinnitus may appear in many different forms: a ringing, a buzz, a

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Tips for Adjusting to Your New Hearing Aids

It may seem like daunting experience to begin the process of selecting and fitting hearing aids to meet your specific hearing needs. However, it just requires some time and patience. Also, congratulations are in order – you are on the

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