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The connection between our auditory system and our sense of balance is something that is well-known but often little-understood. If you have experienced hearing loss or other issues with your ears like tinnitus, you may have noticed some difficulty balancing since the onset of those problems. The reason for this is that, as well as being responsible for our hearing;

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Do you have concerns about your hearing? If so, then this article is for you! We'll discuss some of the most common questions that people ask when they are considering getting a hearing test.  How Long is a Hearing Test? A comprehensive hearing test typically takes around 30-60 minutes. The length of your testing session will depend on how severe the

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Are you worried about the level of noise your hearing is subjected to each day? The fact is that not everyone is aware of how day-to-day noises and sound levels can affect their hearing. For example, most of us will wear sunglasses to protect our eyes when the sun is out, but few of us will use hearing protection to

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Hearing loss may cause you to withdraw from activities and social events, leading to feeling lonely and isolated. Worse yet, untreated hearing loss could potentially lead to depression or other mental health problems. Fortunately, there are treatments for hearing loss that can help you get back on track in your life! It Can Be a Symptom of Other Medical Conditions

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A hearing test determines the sensitivity of a person's hearing throughout the entire speech spectrum. An audiogram is a hearing test that measures the quietest sound that may be heard many times across the speech range. Hearing tests are performed by an audiologist, and if you’re experiencing hearing loss, you should book an appointment as soon as possible to determine

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