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Hearing Health Blog

Your health is one of the most important things that you have going for you in life. It’s not just looking after your sight or your heart, but your hearing is important, too. When you don't treat the symptoms of hearing loss, your health is going to be affected and you will find that you are feeling the issues in

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Signs of hearing loss can appear at any age, from children to adults in old age. This can adversely affect our quality of life, especially when it comes to communicating with those around us: Conversations with family members Meeting with friends Talking on the phone Difficulty hearing in loud situations Early detection of hearing loss is best. This way you

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Hearing loss is a very common experience all over the world. Most people are going to experience some degree hearing loss at some point in their lives, whether it is when they are a little older or whether they are young. Whenever it happens, there is no doubt that it is the kind of thing which can change your life

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Hearing loss is an incredibly common condition impacting individuals ranging from infancy to adulthood. Most commonly, hearing loss develops gradually, making it difficult for most individuals to recognize when they have it. While getting diagnosed with hearing loss may feel like a challenge, it’s actually your first step to treating your condition and communicating better with the world around you

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When it comes to hearing loss and hearing problems, there is a lot of terminology to get to grips with. People often use the terms, hard of hearing, and deafness interchangeably but they are also used to mean different things. This can make it tricky to establish exactly how your hearing function is defined and what your diagnosis really is. 

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From time to time, we can all feel our senses dull a little. Having a cold at this time of year can mean that you can’t smell or taste as you might normally, and aging can cause issues with reactions and touch, for example. Hearing, or loss of hearing is another thing that can occur as we get older, but

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