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Some people delay their visit to our hearing specialists at Hearing Healthcare Centers , believing that their hearing loss isn’t that big an issue or that they can just live with it. However, there are some serious side-effects over the long term if you choose to leave your hearing loss untreated. Progressive Hearing Loss Hearing loss is not a static

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For many people, tinnitus is a temporary problem. Most people will have a few minutes of ringing or other monotone noise like static, roaring, or buzzing, but the sound eventually goes away and is forgotten. But for some, tinnitus is an ongoing struggle. As to why some individuals struggle with permanent tinnitus while others don’t is not completely understood. However,

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A question that our hearing specialists have been asked at our Hearing Healthcare Centers is if there really is a difference between wearing one hearing aid versus wearing a pair of hearing aids. The short answer is, yes, there are major differences between wearing one hearing aid or two, and wearing two hearing aids is significantly better for a variety

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Much like the other electrical devices in our lives, how hearing aids work can be a bit of a mystery. To demystify hearing aids, our hearing specialists at Hearing Healthcare Centers wanted to explain exactly how hearing aids work and how they can help you regain your hearing. How Hearing Aids Operate How a set of hearing aids work depends

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  Hearing loss should not be a side effect of your job. And yet, some 30 million Americans are exposed to hazardous noise in the workplace, according to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration. Working in a factory or driving an emergency vehicle with a wailing siren are just a couple scenarios where loud isn’t just allowed, it’s part of

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Most people experience tinnitus—continuous ringing, buzzing, or other sounds only the individual can hear—for at least short periods of time. For most, their tinnitus will go away in a matter of minutes or at most, a few days. But for around 29.7 million Americans, their tinnitus is a permanent fixture in their lives. Here at Hearing Healthcare Centers , we

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The numbers are compelling. According to the National Institutes of Health, people who have diabetes are twice as likely to experience hearing loss as those who don’t. People with prediabetes--elevated blood sugar levels indicating you’re likely to develop diabetes unless you make significant lifestyle changes--have 30 percent more chance of experiencing hearing loss than those with healthy blood glucose. You

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Introducing change into your life, from undertaking a new job to going on a health kick, always takes some getting used to. Wearing new hearing aids is no exception. Getting hearing aids is a simple enough procedure. It starts with seeing an expert hearing specialist . If your evaluation reveals you have hearing loss, you’ll be fitted with hearing aids

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The Christmas season has ended but the spirit of giving and compassion can stay with us all year long when we find opportunities to invite it in. One opportunity many people don’t consider is how providing the gift of hearing can set someone free from a life of isolation. Because, for many people with hearing loss, they miss out on

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