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With audiologists, they are qualified professionals that can help to diagnose, treat and prevent disorders that relate to hearing and balance. Whether it’s a problem with hearing, dizziness or communication, booking in to see an audiologist could definitely help with anything you are concerned about. There are many conditions that an audiologist can treat so here are some of the

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There are various health tests that you probably readily attend on a regular basis. Perhaps you have an annual checkup with your primary doctor or you faithfully get your eyes checked to adjust your glasses prescription. But not so many people are as good at remembering to get their hearing tested . Your ears can experience health problems just like

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Many people think that hearing loss is inevitable and is just something that happens with old age. This isn't necessarily true, and while hearing loss can't always be prevented, there is one type of hearing loss which is 100% preventable - hearing loss due to noise exposure. Loud noises can be dangerous and can permanently damage your hearing, no matter

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The ability to hear can have a significant impact on all aspects of life, from someone’s emotional and physical well- being to their professional career and activities they enjoy outside of work. Despite research proving the link between untreated hearing loss and increased risks of falls, depression, anxiety, hospitalization and dementia, millions of people let their hearing loss go untreated.

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Hearing loss, either complete or partial, can affect so many people, especially of a certain age. If you find yourself experiencing any sort of hearing loss, the best thing you can do is to choose the right hearing aids to help improve your hearing once again. A hearing aid is so important for helping to make your life more comfortable,

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Sudden idiopathic hearing loss, or sudden deafness, is an unexplained and rapid loss of hearing in one ear. Cases of sudden deafness have increased within the last few years, leaving patients susceptible to permanent damage if left untreated. Dr. Melissa Alexander, an audiologist based in Santa Monica, has worked with numerous patients who experienced sudden deafness. “I was working for

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The ability to hear can have a significant impact on all aspects of life, from someone’s emotional and physical well- being to their professional career and activities they enjoy outside of work. Despite research proving the link between untreated hearing loss and increased risks of falls, depression, anxiety, hospitalization and dementia, millions of people let their hearing loss go untreated.

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Whether you're struggling to hear in a crowded environment or have to turn up the television more frequently, seeking a hearing health professional can help you determine the cause of your problems. Through a series of different hearing tests , the hearing health professional can help you answer any concerns about hearing loss, whether you're in for a simple check-up,

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Hearing aids are designed with longevity in mind. Ultimately this means that you shouldn’t need to worry about constantly replacing them. However, like all types of tech, they don’t last forever and they can get damaged. The good news is that if they do get damaged it is possible to get them repaired by speaking to your hearing health professional.

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When we think about ear protection , we tend to think that it is only necessary for people in certain job roles. However, this could not be further from the truth. Ear protection is required when doing anything that could expose you to very loud noises. You don’t need to be exposed to loud noises for prolonged periods of time

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