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Additional hearing resources for our patients.

Hearing Loss and Hearing Aid Myths

Bombarded with information from a variety of sources on a daily basis, it is difficult, if not sometimes impossible to sort fact from fiction.  We can’t provide you with information on every topic.  But we can help you to sort fact from fiction when it comes to...

Hearing Loss is Associated with Depression

A recent study found an association between hearing loss and depression among American adults.  Hearing loss is an invisible handicap and one of the most common chronic conditions later in life. Over time, a hearing loss can isolate people from friends and family. The...

Can Allergies Cause Hearing Loss?

Itchy eyes, watery eyes, sneezing, and coughing, are all symptoms of an allergic reaction, but can a change in your ability to hear also be a symptom of an allergic reaction?  The answer is yes allergies cause hearing loss in some but not all allergy sufferers.  Your...

What are the Symptoms of Age-Related Hearing Loss?

Presbycusis is the loss of hearing that occurs as we age. Hearing loss is a common disorder associated with aging. About 30-35 percent of adults between the ages of 65 and 75 years have a hearing loss. An estimated that 40-50 percent of people 75 and older have a...

Why Can I Hear but Not Understand?

Hear and understand; one word means to perceive sound the other to comprehend the meaning.  It’s possible to hear everything someone says but at the same time not understand what was said.  Imagine listening to someone speak in a foreign language you would be able to...

High Blood Pressure Has Been Linked to Hearing Loss

Can High Blood Pressure Cause Hearing Loss? You can have high blood pressure or hypertension, and still feel just fine. That’s because high blood pressure often does not cause signs of illness that you can see or feel. But, high blood pressure, is common in older...

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