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Many people take their hearing health for granted. Because hearing loss often occurs gradually, it can be difficult to identify the signs when you’re experiencing it. If you suspect something may be wrong with your hearing, don’t wait to seek treatment! Finding an audiologist in your area is the first step to treating your hearing loss. An audiologist will be

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If you live in the U.S., you’ve likely received regular hearing screenings since the day you were born. These routine hearing tests administered at the hospital, doctor’s office and through school systems are designed to detect hearing loss at an early age. Early detection prevents serious developmental struggles due to hearing impairments. However, once we reach adulthood, these screenings are

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To get the most out of your visit to an audiologist , it’s important to listen carefully to what you’re told about your hearing condition. It’s also good to ask questions. To help you express the things you’re probably already wondering about if you’ve been told you have hearing loss, here’s a list of five questions your audiologist will be

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If you find yourself saying, “huh?” or “what?” a lot, tend to have people tell you the television is too loud or you begin avoiding social situations because following conversations has become a difficult chore, you may be suffering from undiagnosed hearing loss. If that sounds like you, don’t worry – you’re not alone. According to the National Institute on

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In most cases, tinnitus is a symptom of hearing loss or another condition. Whether hearing is lost through an injury, excessive noise levels over time or the aging process, the inner ear may adapt by trying to fill in the frequencies you’re no longer able to hear. The result is the perception of a ringing or buzzing sound that only

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