One of our most important sensory organs are our ears, thus hearing impairment has significant consequences. Hearing loss can be age-related, triggered by loud noises or infections, or hereditary. Hearing loss can occur very suddenly or accumulate over time. Fortunately, in most cases hearing impairment and quality of life can be greatly improved using hearing aids. Find out how.
Do You Really Need an Annual Hearing Test
Getting an annual hearing test may not always be at the top of your to-do list, but it gives you the power to take control of your hearing health—and allows you peace of mind knowing that you have done everything you can to prevent or combat hearing loss.
Sound Advice Blog
The Sound Advice Blog is a collective of some of the best audiologists and hearing care professionals from around the US. We offer a variety of articles on hearing loss, hearing aid technology and lifestyle needs.
The Loudest Jobs in the World
What do construction workers, airport ground personnel and orchestral musicians have in common with bartenders and dentists?
What the New OTC Hearing Aid Law Means for You
In August of 2017, the US president officially signed a new over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aid legislation into law. Whether or not you followed the story closely, there are a few important things to know about this bill, and how it will impact hearing care.
4 Reasons to Get Your Hearing Checked by a Professional
Hearing loss is very treatable, but many people don’t even realize they’ve experienced hearing loss until years after it has begun. In fact, a study done by the CDC revealed that one in four adults who reported having good or excellent hearing actually had measurable hearing loss.
One minute, everything sounds completely normal. The next, everything sounds muffled like speaking to someone on the other side of a wall — acute hearing loss typically occurs without any warning. Patients therefore require a lot of information about causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment. You can find answers to the most frequently asked questions here.
Teach your Grandkids about Hearing Loss
You love being a grandparent and you love your grandchildren. You especially love their inquisitive nature and all of the interesting questions they ask you - “Why is the sky blue?" or “What happened to the dinosaurs?” If you're wearing hearing aids they may even ask you, "What are those things in your ears?" When the time comes, here are few pointers to teach your grandkids about hearing loss.
Hearing impairment can have significant consequences on one of most important sensory organs. In some cases, hearing loss can be triggered by loud noises or infections, but for most, hearing loss is gradual, age-related and only noticeable as it progresses. Fortunately, impaired hearing can be improved, or even fully corrected, with the use of a hearing aid. Find out how.
Better Hearing Month
May is Better Hearing Month and what better time of year to address your hearing health with a FREE evaluation at your nearest Connect Hearing. Our top-rated Audiology Team is here to answer all your hearing-related questions.