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Earbuds and Your Hearing Health

In Hearing Health, Hearing Loss, Hearing Loss Causes, Hearing Loss Prevention, Research, Tips and Tricks by Aaron Gingrich

Many people are often looking for a little space just for themselves in this crowded and busy world. Some people turn to books, some play games on their mobile devices, but many more seem to be wearing earbuds and listening to loud music to find that escape. On subways and busses, at the gym, and out in public it is …

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Hearing Loss & Fatigue

In Fatigue, Hearing Health, Hearing Loss, Research by Aaron Gingrich

It is becoming more and more common to occupy ourselves at every moment throughout the day, often for the sake of productivity. This can have adverse effects on your health. If you feel more tired than usual at the end of the day, believe it or not, you may want to have your hearing checked. A condition called listening fatigue …

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How Treating Hearing Loss Improves Your Relationships

In Communiation, Hearing Loss by Aaron Gingrich

Ignoring hearing loss one of the harmful things a person can do to their overall health. Hearing loss impacts every facet of our lives. Our communication relies on our sense of hearing and communication is the foundation of every relationship we have. The impact of hearing loss extends to our friends, family members, colleagues and beyond. It forever changes the …

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How to Read an Audiogram

In Hearing Loss by Aaron Gingrich

Congratulations – you’ve scheduled a hearing test with us at Absolute Audio and now you’re preparing for the big day. Getting a hearing test is the best way to tackle any issues you may have with your auditory health. The testing isn’t invasive or painful. It is also an opportunity to get to know our team at Absolute Audio and …

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What to Ask During A Hearing Consultation

In Hearing Loss by Aaron Gingrich

Congratulations! If you’re here to read about hearing consultations, then you have made the first crucial step towards your hearing health. Since neglected hearing loss contributes to a host of other health conditions and continues to negatively impact your daily communications, the sooner you have the check-up, the sooner you can chart a course to a healthier, fuller hearing experience. …

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Facts & Fictions about Hearing Loss

In Hearing Loss by Aaron Gingrich

Wearing hearing aids used to carry a very negative connotation, but these days with education and easy access to information and research, that is slowly changing. It is not uncommon to see most people walking around with earbuds at any given time, so wearing something like hearing aids should not be a big jump. Hearing aids are more advanced and …

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Things People with Hearing Loss Wish You Knew

In Communiation, Hearing Loss by Aaron Gingrich

People with hearing loss experience challenges that are invisible. For this reason, we must pay attention to those that have to work extra hard to communicate and partake in everyday conversations that we think little about. The fact is that hearing loss is a prevalent unseen condition, and if we stay aware and educated, we can implement ways to communicate …

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Investing in Your Health: Treating Hearing Loss

In Hearing Loss by Aaron Gingrich

Did you know that over 80% of hearing loss cases stand to benefit from proper diagnosis and treatment? Unfortunately, hearing loss is not a high priority when we think of our general health. A multitude of contributing factors such as lack of information to negative stereotypes to ignorance to prohibitive costs. Currently, 1 in 5 adults in America is living …

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Talking About Hearing Loss: Why Your Disclosure Method Matters

In Communiation, Hearing Loss by Aaron Gingrich

Based on a study by the Eye and Ear researchers of Massachusetts, there are effective methods to help you open doors to better communication for yourself and those around you. The study involved over 300 participants using a survey containing about 15 questions and resulting in 3 strategies to help combat the struggle of those with hearing loss. As intimidating …