Do You Have Hearing Loss in One Ear

Do You Have Hearing Loss in One Ear

Unilateral hearing loss or single-sided deafness, is known as hearing loss in one ear, depending how severe the hearing loss is. How does the loss in one ear affect your hearing? The brain uses both ears to pinpoint the location of a sound, to improve our hearing...
You Are Ready For Hearing Aids Now What?

You Are Ready For Hearing Aids Now What?

Hearing loss is life-changing to have your communication, once free and easy, become a daily round of frustrations. It can be a long road of horror when you suspect your hearing is going, to finally accepting the fact and moving on with your life. You are ready for...
Signs of Hearing Loss

Signs of Hearing Loss

You ask others to repeat themselves Do you have to look at someone when they speak, by also reading their lips? Do you frequently ask people “what?” all the time. Your hearing may be fading. Noisy Places Give You Trouble Understanding Conversations One of the first...
Hearing Loss May Affect Your Memory

Hearing Loss May Affect Your Memory

Here is 5 ways hearing loss may affect your memory. As you get older people consider hearing loss and cognitive impairment as normal. However, hearing loss and cognitive impairment may be an indication of the start of Alzheimer’s. Your hearing is an important role in...
High Cholesterol and Hearing Loss

High Cholesterol and Hearing Loss

It is known that there is a link between cardiovascular disease and hearing loss, and high blood pressure and hearing loss. Is there a connection between high cholesterol and hearing loss? High cholesterol, technical term – Hyperlipidemia, has been a problem for many...
Eustachian Tube Dysfunction

Eustachian Tube Dysfunction

The most common reason for ears to feel clogged or plugged is due to something called Eustachian Tube Dysfunction (Eustachian is pronounced “You-Station”). The Eustachian tube connects the back of the nose to the middle ear and serves to protect, ventilate and drain...