Ahh, spring is here, and do you know what that means? Longer days and warmer weather, finally, right? After a long winter (and especially after quarantining), we can quickly go stir crazy by being cooped up inside the house all day. When the temperature starts to rise, the majority of people tend to make the most of the hotter weather outside.
With Easter around the bend, many are in the final planning stages for their Easter celebration. For many, Easter means quality time with family and friends, candy, and Easter egg hunts. Hunting for Easter eggs has become a well-known tradition that is loved by all, both young and old. It’s exciting to open up your Easter eggs to uncover the goodies they contain after you’ve searched high and low for them during an Easter egg hunt.
When a person’s ability to hear starts to diminish, it can be difficult to notice at first. A minor degree of hearing loss can be present until it becomes progressively worse and blatantly clear that there is an issue. However, even when there is clearly an issue, many still halt on seeking treatment. In fact,
With Valentine’s Day earlier this month, this is one of the biggest times of the year (minus Halloween) for chocolate. While your sweet tooth may be kicked into gear this month, being picky about the type of chocolate you consume could pay off by improving your health and even your hearing. Eating raw cacao, or dark chocolate that contains at least 70% cacao,
Typically when we think of the reasons why hearing loss occurs, we often think of noise-induced hearing loss (hearing loss due to loud noise) or being born without the ability to hear. While these causes are true, there are other hearing loss diseases that can have the same effect. Conditions that inhibit a person’s ability to hear can affect a person at birth or even later on in life.
Experiencing pain is something we will all encounter, but it can be very unsettling when we experience pain in our ears. Our ears play an important role in our daily lives, as it helps keep us connected and in tune to the world around us. While ear pain is common among children, experiencing ear pain as an adult can also happen and is not unheard of.
Did you know that there is a hearing aid adjustment period? The amount of time that this can take can vary from person to person, but everyone undergoes a period of adjustment when they first start wearing hearing aids. Even though every individual goes through a slightly different process, reading this guide can help prepare you by teaching you what to expect before you start wearing your hearing aids and looking forward down the road.
When it comes the time that hearing aids are necessary, it can be hard to accept, especially when you learn that you need two hearing aids, not just one. In many cases, wearing two hearing aids is recommended, especially when hearing loss occurs in both ears. However, hearing aids are not cheap, and some may cringe at the idea of wearing two-especially if they are on a tight budget.
When you are living with tinnitus, it can be challenging to manage this condition. The constant ringing, buzzing, hissing, clicking, or swooshing sounds are enough to drive most people insane, especially since the person affected is the only one who can hear these sounds. A common health condition without a cure, living an everyday life with tinnitus might seem like it’s impossible,
The New Year is upon us, giving us the ability to start anew, with a fresh slate. As we enter the New Year, we have a chance to start fresh, as we use the knowledge we have gathered from the years past to learn from it and improve upon our daily lives. This is why many people set New Year’s resolutions for themselves.