Whether you plan to eat healthier or adopt a new hobby, resolutions usually involve self-improvement. If you have hearing loss and are looking for a way to improve yourself in 2023, why not commit to better hearing? To get started, here are 6 tips for hearing better in 2023.
Almost 300,000 veterans have been diagnosed with hearing loss that resulted from their service, according to Veteran Affairs. If you, or one of your loved ones, served in the military, and you suspect hearing loss, continue reading to learn more about how hearing loss most often impacts veterans.
If you’ve been diagnosed with presbycusis, you may be wondering: What is presbycusis and how can it be treated? Presbycusis is a hearing problem caused by aging. In fact, presbycusis is more commonly known as age-related hearing loss.
If you suspect (or have already been diagnosed) with a condition related to your thyroid gland, you may be wondering: can thyroid problems impact your hearing?
People with mild to moderate hearing loss oftentimes can hear but can’t understand speech very well. It’s something customers say to us all the time, “I can hear but can’t understand words during conversations.”
Sadly, people living with hearing loss often report feeling isolated, anxious, and even depressed due to their hearing problems. And unfortunately, despite their suffering, many of those with hearing loss don’t seek out solutions that could provide better hearing. However, it is possible for many of those who are experiencing signs of hearing loss to improve their hearing with hearing aids.
Do your grandchildren have to yell “Grandma!” or “Grandpa!” to attract your attention? Due to hearing loss, you may have concerns about communicating with the little ones in your life, and you may be wondering how to deal with hearing loss as a grandparent.
If you’ve been diagnosed with high-frequency hearing loss, or suspect that you are suffering from it, you may be wondering why hearing loss happened to you and why high-frequency hearing loss is so common.
There’s no question that hearing loss can take its toll on those experiencing it and their loved ones. Whether it's misunderstandings or missing information completely, miscommunication is often at the heart of hearing loss-related relationship problems.