• When Should You Change Your Hearing Aids?
    April 1, 2018

    Hearing aids are essential instruments for those with hearing loss. Aside from helping people to perceive sounds properly, they also avert the negative consequences that come with an impairment in hearing. Cognitive functions, especially memory, will deteriorate when this disability is left alone and not dealt with properly. Your social life could also take a read more…

  • 5 Tips For Talking To The Hearing Impaired
    March 1, 2018

    A disability in hearing already carries its own obstacles and drawbacks, which is why it’s our responsibility ensure they feel accepted and loved. The simple effort to maintain communication and connect would have great results. Though it is not something one should wish for, hearing loss should not feel like a curse, but rather a read more…

  • Is Your Medication Contributing To Hearing Loss?
    February 1, 2018

    Medications are essential to treating certain illnesses. A person takes these in the hopes of getting better and bringing the body back to a healthy state. But as good the intentions of your doctors are when prescribing these certain medications, some do tend to have side effects. One of the possible side effects could be read more…

  • How To Safely Clean Your Ears
    January 2, 2018

    Ever thought that the way you clean your ears is a determining factor in your overall hearing health and affecting how well you can hear? Yes, there are known ways of cleaning that are potentially damaging in the long run and they’re less extreme sounding than you think. Some are even commonplace practices taught to read more…

  • Why You Should Get Your Hearing Tested (Even If You Already Have Hearing Aids)
    December 1, 2017

    This might come as a surprise to you. After all, hearing aids were made to last for years, right? You might be thinking, “I got the hearing aids to solve my hearing problem, didn’t I?” But you still should get your ears checked regularly for the one constant thing in this world: change. As we read more…

  • What To Do If You Experience Sudden Hearing Loss
    November 1, 2017

    Sudden deafness or sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSHL) is an unexplained rapid occurrence of hearing loss that usually takes place in one or both ears. SSHL happens either gradually or slowly. Sometimes, it takes several days before it becomes noticeable. Sudden hearing loss needs immediate medical attention. What are the things you should do when read more…

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