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When it comes to hearing loss, like any other medical condition, it’s crucial to find the right treatment plan to improve your hearing ability. While hearing aids are usually the most common treatment recommended, it’s also essential to find the right one for not only your hearing loss, but your lifestyle as well. While all hearing aids are basically designed

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Hearing loss does not just affect older adults; it is far more common among adults of all ages than many people realize. More often than not, it is the result of poor ear care or over-exposure to dangerously loud levels of sound; it develops so gradually that you may not notice your hearing ability decline. Once damaged, hearing can never

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Hearing aids are a careful and costly investment for anyone. As most insurance providers don’t pay for hearing aids, the cost — which varies greatly depending on the style and features you want — is usually an important investment, often deterring people from making the purchase at all. In fact, studies show that individuals who would benefit from the use

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Meniere’s disease affects the inner ear, causing hearing loss , vertigo, tinnitus and a feeling of congestion in the ear.  Meniere’s disease usually only affects one ear and develops at any age, but is usually seen in adults over the age of 40.  However, with all of the information present about Meniere’s disease, there is no known cause.  It is

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Baby it’s cold outside! Here comes winter and with it chilly weather and the potential for snow and sleet. There’s also the promise of for winter sports, some snow shoveling, or outdoor holiday activities. As you bundle up, consider how to care for your hearing aids in cold weather. A few precautions in the short run can save you big

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Vertigo is a feeling of the environment moving while you are stationary. It can be described as feeling as if the room is spinning while you are sitting, standing or laying still. Some estimates place the number of adults that experience vertigo as high as 40 percent. Sometimes vertigo is accompanied by other symptoms such as tinnitus, hearing loss, anxiety,

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If you are having problems with your ears, nose, throat or balance you probably need to see an ENT doctor . ENTs (otolaryngologist) are highly trained medical professionals that specialize in diseases and conditions of the ears, nose and throat. In addition, since many balance problems are caused by problems in the ears, ENTs treat balance and vertigo as well.

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Experiencing any kind of hearing loss can cause a great amount of concern and stress. Therefore, regardless of the degree of loss you are suffering from, it is essential to obtain professional help as soon as possible. With the proper diagnosis and treatment, people can proactively face their hearing loss and find the best treatment. However, hearing loss and deafness can

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Hearing loss, despite being one of the most common disabilities in the United States with over 48 million sufferers, is often not taken as seriously as it should be. Although not reversible, hearing loss can still be contained with the help of ear protection, volume reduction and hearing aids . Yet, despite hearing health professionals' recommendations, only a handful of

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At one time or another you’ve had the feeling. Your nose is congested and then it may get runny; you cough and feel that dreaded drip from the back of your nose down your throat. Ugh! Whatever it is, it’s back and you feel terrible. Colds, allergies and sinusitis are commonly self-diagnosed and the diagnosis is usually wrong! How can

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