Hearing Health Blog
Hobbies are a regular part of life for many people, and offer great benefits to overall quality of life and enjoyment. However, some hobbies can mean being subjected to very loud noise, sometimes for a sustained period of time. Given that any sound over 85 decibels can cause damage to hearing health , wearing ear protection when engaging in the
Despite proper maintenance, sometimes our hearing aids need that professional touch. There are specific issues that can occur with your hearing device that will require your audiologist. We are going to look at today at a few of these issues and what to listen out for. Feedback Issues As many of us know, feedback issues with a hearing device can
There’s a good chance that you’ve experienced tinnitus before, even if you couldn’t put a name to the condition. Some of us experience it as a ringing, others as a buzzing . For some it can sound like a clicking while others may hear it as a humming. When we’re trying to get to sleep, tinnitus can keep us awake.
A hearing health professional is someone who is a specialist in all avenues of hearing health care and hearing loss prevention. They're not only required to have a degree in their field, but they must also have several years of training and the right credentials in place to be able to practice in their field. It's for this reason that
Nobody likes the thought of losing their hearing. Unfortunately, hearing loss is almost unavoidable as you go through life. When you get older, your hearing will naturally suffer and get worse. But, certain things – like being exposed to loud noises – can speed up this process. If you suffer from hearing loss, then an audiologist can help you. See