“Do I need two hearing aids, or can I get by with just one?” This question is one I hear quite frequently from patients with hearing loss in both ears. Personally, I understand their point of view: why invest in… Read More
Researchers are constantly improving hearing aid performance and appeal. One of their goals is to reduce background noise to make focused listening easier.
Tinnitus is not terribly uncommon in the United States. Pronounced TINN-i-tus, it is the name for all of the ringing, buzzing, and whistling that people sometimes hear in their ears. Unfortunately, a small percentage of the population has tinnitus constantly… Read More
Hearing aids continue to be innovative and current with today’s technology. They allow for great flexibility for capturing sounds, whether loud, soft, or anything in between. Best of all, various models and programs let users have the most customized hearing… Read More
Numerous physical conditions can affect one’s hearing. Researchers have found that hearing loss can be linked to cardiovascular and heart disease, depression and anxiety, diabetes, and chronic kidney disease. The relationship between hearing and the body is mysterious and profound;… Read More