Prioritize Better Hearing In 2023!

Prioritize Better Hearing In 2023!

It’s that time again to start thinking about our New Year’s resolutions! At this time, we have a special opportunity to make changes in our lives that can yield vast improvements in our health and well-being, setting us off on adventures we may never have imagined! While there are plenty of things to consider when it comes to making changes … Read More

This November, Test Your Hearing in Honor of American Diabetes Month

This November, Test Your Hearing in Honor of American Diabetes Month

It’s November, which means it’s the American Diabetes Association’s time to host American Diabetes Month. This is a period to grow awareness of diabetes, its risk factors, and the importance of managing it carefully. Diabetes has reached epidemic proportions in the United States—about 37 million people have the disease, many of whom do not yet realize it. Diabetes and Hearing … Read More

Hearing Aids Keep You Happy, Healthy, and Wealthy

Hearing Aids Keep You Happy, Healthy, and Wealthy

For those who acquire hearing loss later in life (and most who acquire it younger), there are a lot of good reasons to start wearing hearing aids. In fact, it can sometimes be hard to demonstrate just how critically important hearing loss treatment is! You see, when it comes to leaving hearing loss untreated, it’s not just that a few … Read More

Why You Should Update to Rechargeable Hearing Aids

Why You Should Update to Rechargeable Hearing Aids

It’s looking like rechargeable hearing aids are here to stay, and there are a few really good reasons why! If you’re currently wearing hearing aids that use disposable batteries, and you’re in the market for a new pair, it’s worth taking a look at what rechargeable hearing aids have to offer. State-of-the-Art Technology While rechargeable hearing aids have been available, … Read More

Things People with Hearing Loss Wish You Knew

Things People with Hearing Loss Wish You Knew

People with hearing loss are often on the receiving end of misconceptions from others. As a result, they’re also often on the receiving end of awkward and uncomfortable social situations. Obviously, people with hearing loss would like to avoid these awkward moments at all costs.  With that in mind, here are some things that people with hearing loss want you … Read More

As an Invisible Condition, Hearing Loss Often Goes Ignored

As an Invisible Condition, Hearing Loss Often Goes Ignored

Hearing loss is something that many if not most of us will experience as we age. At present, some 48 million Americans are living with hearing loss. While about one-third of people aged 60–69 have hearing loss, about two-thirds of those above age 70 have it. Almost 100% of centenarians have hearing loss, suggesting all we need to do is … Read More

A Link Between Cognitive Decline and Hearing Loss

A Link Between Cognitive Decline and Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is one of the most common medical problems to affect us as we age. About one-third of those aged 60–69 have hearing loss, and two-thirds of those aged 70 and up have it. Nearly all centenarians have hearing loss, suggesting we will all experience it eventually if we only live long enough! Hearing loss is as undertreated as … Read More

Is Your Mood Connected to Hearing Loss?

Is Your Mood Connected to Hearing Loss

Our sense of hearing is connected to many facets of daily life: communication, social engagement, work-life, etc. When hearing is impaired, it reduces a person’s capacity to hear and process sound. This produces numerous symptoms that can take a toll on health, wellness, and quality of life. This includes impacting your mood by contributing to the development of depressive symptoms.  … Read More

Treating Hearing Loss Can Strengthen Your Relationships

Treating Hearing Loss Can Strengthen Your Relationships

About half of us can expect to have hearing loss by the time we reach age 75. While protecting our ears from loud sound is important, that doesn’t guarantee we won’t encounter hearing loss at some point. Loud sound causes hearing loss, but there are many other contributing factors, as well. Hearing loss has been linked to poor diet, poor … Read More

Questions about Your New Hearing Aids Answered

Questions about Your New Hearing Aids Answered

So you’ve just started wearing hearing aids. Good for you! Your new aids are the best thing you can do to keep yourself physically and socially active with hearing loss. They’ll even help you to avoid some of the more serious complications related to hearing loss, such as higher risk of falls, depression, social isolation, and cognitive decline. Like anything … Read More