Living With Tinnitus

Living With Tinnitus: 6 Ways to Help You Cope with Tinnitus

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,

New Year Hearing Resolutions

New Year Hearing Resolutions to Add to Your List for 2021

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.

Professional Earwax Removal

Should I See a Doctor for Earwax Removal?

Did you know that your ears are self-cleaning? While you may not believe it, they are self-cleaning, so there’s no need for routine maintenance. Earwax and debris slowly move out of the ear canal opening naturally courtesy of the ear’s design and from the motion of talking and eating. While inserting cotton-tipped swabs into your ears can make the problem worse by pushing earwax farther into the ear canal.

Foods that Improve Hearing

Foods that Improve Hearing: Eat Your Way to Healthier Ears

What you put into your body has a direct effect on your health and well-being. Nutrients, such as vitamins and minerals, are required to keep your body healthy and functioning properly. With that being said, one of the ways you can protect your ears is to eat more of the foods that improve hearing. While nothing is a miracle cure,

Hearing Loss and Thanksgiving

Hearing Loss and Thanksgiving: How to Handle Impaired Hearing and Thanksgiving

Getting together with friends and family, and enjoying their company over delicious food, makes Thanksgiving the perfect holiday to reconnect with your loved ones. For many, Thanksgiving is typically a joyous time, but this may not necessarily be the case for those who suffer from impaired hearing. In fact, Thanksgiving can quickly become taxing and overwhelming to a person with impaired hearing or hearing loss.

Students with Hearing Loss

Tips for Teachers: Students with Hearing Loss in the Classroom

Back to school season is here, and for teachers, this can be an intimidating time of year. New classrooms, both in-person and digital, filled with children you do not have experience with yet. While getting to know your students can be fun and rewarding if there is a student that is hard of hearing or has hearing loss,

Why You Need to Prioritize Hearing Health this Back to School Season

There’s a lot to think about when your child goes back to school, especially now during the ‘new normal.’ Between getting everything you need together and the new COVID restrictions, it’s enough to make any parent’s head spin. Unfortunately, back to school hearing health is crucial, yet often overlooked by many.

Back to School Hearing Health: Know the Signs of Hearing Loss

According to the Center for Disease Control,

Surfer’s Ear and Swimmer’s Ear

Surfer’s Ear vs Swimmer’s Ear: What is the Difference?

With the last days of summer upon us, many are scrambling to get as much time in the water as possible while the weather is still warm. While there is nothing better than cooling off in a swimming pool, in the bay, or ocean, exposure to the elements can create problems for your ear. During the summer,

Symptoms of Otosclerosis

Everything You Need to Know About Otosclerosis

One of the most common causes of hearing loss in young adults, otosclerosis is a disease that affects the bones of the middle ear. Otosclerosis affects the stapes bone, which is the smallest hone in the human body, yet the stapes plays a crucial role in your ability to hear. Having the ability to hear means the stapes bone,

Face Masks and Impaired Hearing

How to Manage Face Masks and Impaired Hearing

While wearing masks are the new normal and are required in many establishments, for those who are hard of hearing, wearing a face mask during the COVID-19 pandemic makes communication much more difficult. Managing face masks and impaired hearing is a challenge for many since it makes it impossible to read lips and visual cues.

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