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Ear pressure, sometimes known as ear barotrauma or ear congestion, is an annoying sensation that most people experience at some point in their lives. Fortunately, ear pressure is easily treatable and preventable.
Knowing the root causes behind tinnitus can help you decide on an effective way to treat it.
Coping with hearing loss brings several challenges to a person’s life, including being susceptible to certain mental health issues, including dementia.
Learn the benefits of this innovative technology and see if a Bluetooth-enabled hearing aid might be right for you.
If you’re having difficulty getting coverage for your hearing aids, other types of financial assistance exist. Here’s what you need to know about affording your hearing aids.
Consider this list of questions when speaking to your audiologist for the first time to make the most of your experience.
There are a few simple steps you can take to address hearing loss – here’s how to navigate the conversation with ease.
If you’re experiencing hearing loss as an adult or senior, an audiologist can help you improve your daily quality of life with tailored solutions.
Various locations and settings can contribute even more to hearing loss. Experts tell us that any sound at or above 85 decibels can cause hearing loss with prolonged exposure.
With the rest of the body to keep in mind, it can be easy to overlook hearing tests. Experts recommend an initial hearing test when you reach adulthood and every year after the age of 55.
Knowing the symptoms and treatment of hearing loss associated with allergies is vital to battling its side effects.
Learn about the dangers of ear wax buildup and what symptoms to look for that are related to excess ear wax.
Some hearing loss is normal with age, but much of it can be prevented by avoiding loud noises.
Learn how to protect your hearing at work for years to come.
How cold weather can affect your hearing and the steps you can take to be aware and take precautions.
Follow these valuable tips to help keep your child from damaging their hearing
Ear infections can result in hearing loss. Infection causes the ear canal to swell, which blocks or muffles the sound. Sometimes the condition is temporary. Other times the damage is irreversible.
Summer is officially here! This means we are swimming in a pool, the ocean, or lakes. The more time we spend swimming, the more likely we are to get swimmer’s ear. Swimmer’s ear is an infection, inflammation, or a pain in the ear, most likely caused by water trapped in the ear canal.
Sinusitis is an infection in some part of the sinuses. A few of the symptoms include sore throat, fever, pain and pressure, and a stuffed nasal passage. As if these symptoms are not bothersome enough, some people also experience hearing loss.
Good communication skills are essential in office settings. However, a busy office environment can be difficult for someone who suffers from hearing loss. He or she may have difficulty communicating with colleagues or hearing at meetings, but this doesn’t have to harm a person’s career.
Hearing loss is difficult on the person affected as well as that person’s friends and family. If you or someone you love suffers from hearing loss, it’s important to educate yourself. There are many different levels and severities of hearing loss...
Interesting allergy facts provided by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.
Hearing aid technology is much more sophisticated than it was just a few years ago - and hearing aids, like those offered by ReSound, just keep getting better!
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