Category: Hearing Loss

Are Hearing Loss and Diabetes Linked?

Diabetes is a fairly common disease. Over 34 million people in the United States have diabetes. According to CDC estimates, 90-95% of these people have type 2 diabetes. Hearing loss and diabetes are t...Read More

What is Sensorineural Hearing Loss?

There are three main types of hearing loss: sensorineural, conductive and mixed. Sensorineural is the most common type of hearing loss, affecting 9 out of 10 people with hearing loss in the US. Sensor...Read More

Most Common Causes of Hearing Loss

In the United States, roughly 15% of adults aged 18+ report some difficulty hearing, according to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD). Hearing loss is the thir...Read More

Can Stress Cause Hearing Loss?

In 2019, it was reported that over half of the US population experiences stress during the day. The finding, from Gallup’s 2019 data on emotional states, shows that Americans  experience  more tha...Read More

Can Hearing Loss Come and Go?

Hearing loss affects an estimated 37.5 million American adults over the age of 18. Hearing loss is more common as people age, but there are a number of causes and types of hearing loss. Adjusting to h...Read More

What is Hyperacusis?

Hearing loss can affect people in different ways. The type and severity of the hearing loss can impact how it affects people. One impact of hearing loss can be an increased sensitivity to sounds. Thes...Read More

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