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Tired more than usual? It may be hearing loss.
Posted by New Life Hearing Aid Center on August 06, 2018
Do you find yourself low on energy, exhausted after a day of busy interactions, whether at a social or work setting? Hearing loss may be to blame! Hearing loss and fatigue may seem unrelated, but in reality, they are much more connected than you realize. Fatigue is defined as “extreme tiredness, typically resulting from mental or physical exertion.”...
How can I adjust my hearing aid volume and memories?
Posted by New Life Hearing Aid Center on July 13, 2018
Your hearing aids are designed to seamlessly adjust to your everyday listening situations. This means that as you go from a busy coffee shop to a windy park to your quiet home, your hearing aids will automatically adapt to your changing environments. Soft sounds (like fingers typing on a keyboard) should be quiet but audible, while loud sounds (like a vacuum)...
Can ear infections cause hearing loss?
Posted by New Life Hearing Aid Center on July 01, 2018
Hearing loss can be caused by a number of different factors including aging, injury, noise exposure, infection and heredity. Those factors affect the auditory nerve, causing a sensorineural hearing loss, the most common type of hearing loss. But did you know an ear infection can also cause hearing loss? Hearing loss caused by an ear infection is referred to as a...
Tinnitus from music: It's getting loud in here, so put in your ear plugs
Posted by New Life Hearing Aid Center on June 18, 2018
Have you ever experienced ringing in the ears after attending a loud concert? Then join the not-a-fan club. Many tinnitus sufferers — like Terry — trace their hearing issues to a concert or music event. And plenty of musicians wind up with tinnitus and/or hearing loss as a result of regular exposure to loud music, including Pete Townsend, Chris Martin,...
Some medications can cause hearing loss
Posted by New Life Hearing Aid Center on June 01, 2018
Numerous prescription and over-the-counter medications are known to be ototoxic, which means “poisonous to the ears.” Ototoxic drugs can cause vestibular dysfunction or damage the inner ear, which can result in hearing loss or tinnitus. Ototoxic effects can be temporary and go away once a medication is stopped. But some effects can be long-term or...
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