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Common Hearing Aid Problems & How to Fix Them

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Hearing aids are an investment not only in your ears but your overall health and well-being! If you have recently purchased a new pair of hearing aids, you are most likely already enjoying the benefits across all aspects of your life such as improved communication, greater confidence, more ease of mobility, and more cognitive ease. Now that you have your …

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Why People Avoid Treating Hearing Loss — and Why You Should Schedule a Hearing Test!

In Hearing Loss by audseo

Do you have hearing loss? You may not even know it. This is because hearing loss often develops gradually, starting with the loss of only subtle sounds. Often people are not able to self-diagnose hearing loss until it’s become loud enough to affect communication even in the most ideal of listening environments. By then the effects of hearing loss have …

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Hearing Loss Could Restrict Mobility & Quality of Life

In Hearing Loss by audseo

When you have hearing loss it starts with your ears, but quickly ripples through your health and quality of life. Hearing loss is a communication issue affecting the interconnectedness of our closest relationships with friends and family as well as our professional standing. These struggles quickly affect our mood, causing chronic depression and anxiety however aside from communication barriers hearing …

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Loud Movies & Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

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After two years of many of us not being in movie theaters due to quarantine restrictions the magic of the big screen seems more amazing than ever. What a treat to see a long-anticipated film on the big screen with friends and family, sharing a bag of buttery popcorn and sour gummy worms. There is nothing like seeing your favorite …

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For Women, Painkiller Use May Lead to Hearing Loss

In Hearing Health by audseo

When you have a headache, or your muscles just ache it’s normal to reach for an over-the-counter (OTC) pain reliever such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen to reduce the swelling – That is exactly what they are for. However, when the pain becomes chronic the use of these medications can be all too common of an occurrence. While at first, you …

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Supporting A Loved One with Hearing Loss in a Nursing Home

In Hearing Loss by audseo

It’s never an easy decision when you admit a loved one into a nursing home. There are a lot of feelings for everyone, but rest assured it is one way that you can ensure that your loved one will be able to receive the around-the-clock care they need at this point in their life. Now that they are living in …

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Hearing Aids Are Found to Improve Depressive Symptoms

In Hearing Aids by audseo

Hearing loss is one of the leading chronic health issues impacting Americans, with roughly one in eight people over the age of 12 showing signs of hearing loss in both ears. Among one the lesser-known effects of the hearing loss that often comes with age are a heightened risk of depression. This is an important aspect of the whole hearing …

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Prioritize Better Hearing in the New Year!

In Hearing Health, Hearing Loss by audseo

Are you finding it’s hard to hear your loved ones this holiday season? Are you missing jokes or parts of the conversation and laughing along, pretending to hear? While this may seem to calm issues at first, over time it can lead to you feeling isolated and constantly confused in social situations with friends, family, and even in professional settings. …

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Head Injuries & Hearing Loss

In Hearing Health, Hearing Loss, Hearing Loss Causes by audseo

While hearing loss is a condition that may not initially seem as serious as other chronic health issues, such as diabetes or cardiovascular disease, its effects are far-reaching. Ultimately, hearing loss is a communication issue. It often begins slowly but over years it can turn into a rift in your closest relationships, missed job opportunities, and lack of mobility due …

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Know Your Rights with Hearing Loss

In Hearing Loss by audseo

Hearing loss, when severe, is considered a disability under the American Disabilities Act (ADA) and can present challenges – particularly for those still in the workplace. The Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA), of the 15% people in the US who self-report some degree of hearing loss — about 60 percent are either in the workplace or an educational setting. While your hearing …