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All About Assistive Listening Devices
Assistive Listening Devices

All About Assistive Listening Devices

If hearing loss is left untreated, it can have an impact on the normal life of a human being. People who experience hearing loss have a hard time carrying out their day to day activities. Hearing loss affects people in the following three ways: Social life When talking about social life, we are basically referring to interaction with others. People with hearing problems tend to find it difficult communicating with other people. This is because they cannot hear properly and some people in the community might find them rude and withdraw from them. Emotionally People who are having hearing issues

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Meditation Could Help Alleviate Tinnitus
Tinnitus

Meditation Could Help Alleviate Tinnitus

Tinnitus is not just a simple ringing of the ears for some people. It can be a symptom of a more serious disease. With tinnitus, you hear a ringing, a buzzing or a humming sound when there is no noise present. It is not a typical hearing problem and is often considered neurological, or is a symptom caused by a disease such as high blood pressure or other medical conditions. Nearly 50 million Americans experienced the problem, so it is a condition that is not imaginary and should be addressed. For some people, the condition is so severe that it

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Hearing Aids Support Your Active Lifestyle
Hearing Aids

Hearing Aids Support Your Active Lifestyle

If you have been diagnosed with hearing loss but are afraid of what that may mean for your active lifestyle, there are new advances in hearing aid technology that could be right for you. Along with Bluetooth wireless technology, some hearing aids are manufactured more durably and some are even water resistant. Hearing loss may be a normal part of aging, but it does not mean you should stop being social. It is important to maintain your quality of life while becoming familiar with your new hearing aids. Hearing aid users also report that their quality of life has improved

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Millennials and Hearing Loss
Lifestyle

Millennials and Hearing Loss

A common misconception is that hearing loss is only a condition that old people suffer from. However, hearing healthcare professionals are seeing an unsettling pattern of hearing loss affecting young people ages 20 to 69. True, advanced age is factor in hearing loss, but damage to the hearing ability due to every day noise is a growing problem with younger Americans, sometimes as young as 12 years old. Researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have found that approximately 40 million people in the United States, ages 20 to 69, suffer from hearing loss due to everyday

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