Age-related hearing loss, called Presbycusis by hearing professionals, is the hearing loss that usually occurs as we grow older. It’s one of the most widespread health conditions affecting people over 50. Age-related hearing loss is not life-threatening. Still, it can have a significant impact on the quality of your life. According to research, at Read more..
Have you found yourself wondering if hearing loss is a hereditary condition? Whether you have hearing loss and are planning for a family or are experiencing signs of hearing loss and are simply curious, it’s natural to question if (and how) genetics factor into hearing loss. Understanding how hearing loss can come about and the Read more..
2022 is coming to a close, but before you prepare for your new year’s celebrations – it might be worth booking a hearing test. It’s the last thing you want to think about. But in this article, we’ll explain why the end of the year is the best time to consider getting your hearing tested, Read more..
Tinnitus – or ringing in the ears – is experienced by more than 50 million Americans (as estimated by the American Tinnitus Association). Studies suggest that, like many hearing issues, it becomes more common with age and can be the first sign of age-related hearing loss. For many, it’s a minor annoyance. For others, it Read more..
We all know that eating a whole, nutrient-dense diet is necessary for a healthy heart, waistline, and cognitive function. But did you also know that what you eat affects your hearing? Of course, this isn’t to say that consuming a broccoli crown with dinner will immediately reduce tinnitus symptoms (although it certainly can’t hurt to Read more..
Do you sometimes feel that the world is spinning around, and you’re off-balance even while being still? Well, you might have vertigo. Vertigo makes it feel as though the world is whirling around you or that you are spinning. It is not ordinary dizziness like you may usually experience. The intensity level is increased. Vertigo Read more..
Many children develop ear infections before two years of age, caused by bacteria or viruses. Ear infections, which frequently follow a cold or throat infection, can be uncomfortable or even painful. The following information about treatments is crucial for parents who have small children or have frequent infections themselves. You probably already know that children Read more..
We’ve all felt pressure in our ears at one time or another. Maybe it was while ascending in an airplane, driving in the mountains, or while in the grip of a cold. What causes that, and what can be done to fix it? The middle ear and upper throat are connected by a small eustachian Read more..
Tinnitus is a noise in your ear that presents as whistling, hissing, pulsating, or a high-pitched ringing. Ringing in the ear or tinnitus is widespread and affects more than 50 million Americans. For some, it’s a very deliberating experience affecting their daily lives. Although you hear sounds, there is no external source linked to them. Read more..
Tinnitus sounds like ringing, hissing, or buzzing in one or both ears without external sound. About 10% of adults in the United States have tinnitus, and nearly 25% have had symptoms for 15 years or longer. If you have tinnitus, you know it causes problems with problems anxiety, focusing, energy levels, and sleeping. As of Read more..