As we get older, it’s natural for our hearing to worsen. Luckily, there are preventative measures you can take now that will push off the onset of hearing loss a bit further into the future. Don’t take your hearing for granted — El Dorado Hearing has put together a list of tips to help you Read more..
As a musician, you never take the world’s sounds for granted. But what happens when you begin experiencing noise-induced hearing loss and are required to wear hearing aids? There’s often a learning curve when wearing hearing aids, especially if you plan to wear them in noisy environments with a lot of background noise. To ensure Read more..
It’s no surprise that hearing loss is a common health condition affecting older adults — one-third of adults over 60 years old suffer from some level of hearing loss. Recent studies have found that individuals with hearing loss are two times more likely to develop memory loss than individuals with normal hearing. But were you Read more..
As we age, it’s common for individuals to begin experiencing memory loss or other cognitive problems. Alongside their cognitive impairments, they may also demonstrate signs of hearing loss. Many researchers have looked into the link between hearing loss and cognitive impairment in recent years. While many of their questions still don’t have answers, it is Read more..
How does sudden hearing loss happen? We know hearing loss can be frustrating, painful, and can lead to other health problems. Hearing loss can be extremely frustrating for many individuals, as it makes it challenging to engage with the world about them. In most cases, hearing loss occurs gradually over time — often becoming more Read more..
Often, when a loved one is experiencing hearing loss, it’s easy to assume that their condition affects nothing more than their ears. However, hearing loss makes it more difficult for an individual to communicate with the world around them and can cause the individual to experience additional hearing loss side effects. The body is a Read more..
When chatting with a loved one, friend, or stranger experiencing hearing loss, it’s important not to make assumptions about the best way to communicate. Do you find yourself raising your voice to speak louder? Maybe you use sign language to get the message across. By making assumptions about your conversation partner, you’re taking away their Read more..