Category: Hearing Loss

Is Hearing Loss Always Permanent?

If you are experiencing difficulty hearing, you may be asking yourself is hearing loss always permanent? it’s important to understand the different types of hearing loss to ensure that you can seek ...Read More

Hearing Loss and Learning New Words

For people living with a hearing impairment, a unique set of struggles can arise as compared to people with optimal hearing. Aside from communication, enjoying music, and even driving a car, having a ...Read More

6 Ways Noise Can Affect Your Health

Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is a hearing loss caused by exposure to dangerous volumes of noise. NIHL is a preventable hearing loss, and using hearing protection when you’re exposed to dangerou...Read More

Sudden Onset Hearing Loss Explained

Suddenly losing most or all of your hearing should be treated as a medical emergency. So if this happens to you or someone you know (especially if accompanied with tinnitus, dizziness or vertigo sympt...Read More

Tinnitus Might Also Mean Hearing Loss

Tinnitus is an annoying condition for those afflicted with it. It is the perception of sound in the absence of an external sound source, often described as a ringing, buzzing, roaring, chirping, or hi...Read More

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