Protect Your Ears at Your Favorite Sporting Events

Protect Your Ears at Your Favorite Sporting Events

Watching a sporting event in person has so much more atmosphere than watching from your couch. Nothing beats screaming support for your team along with thousands of your best friends that are also fans. The crowd noise gives you a shot of adrenaline with the crowd and then there’s the music, too! If you are…

Improving Communication with Your Family

Improving Communication with Your Family

Coping with a family member with hearing loss can be challenging and frustrating. Hearing loss affects the entire family and family dynamic. The best remedy for hearing loss is to get a hearing evaluation at Exceptional Hearing Care. Be supportive and take action – bring the family member in and offer to stay for the…

Earbud Use Could Harm Your Hearing

Earbud Use Could Harm Your Hearing

At airports, on college campuses, at the gym, on busy city streets and, maybe even in your house, you see people with earbuds in place as they listen to music. They may need to listen to workout music or listen to music as a distraction, but the distraction factor could be overridden by the potential…

Hearing Loss & Fatigue

Hearing Loss & Fatigue

We all get tired after work is done. But if you have hearing loss, you may feel especially run-down after you clock off at 5. We’re not just talking about the tiredness the average person feels after their work day, but something more profound. When you get tired with hearing loss, it takes the wind…

Everyday Noises that Could Cause Hearing Loss

Everyday Noises that Could Cause Hearing Loss

The most common cause of hearing loss is through aging, and there’s little we can do about it. But what we can do is protect our hearing from the second biggest cause, noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL). According to the Center for Disease Control, almost one in four of U.S. adults aged 20 to 69 years…

May is Better Speech and Hearing Month!

May is Better Speech and Hearing Month!

Every May, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) raises awareness around hearing loss and communication disorders with Better Speech and Hearing Month. For 2019, the theme is “Communication Across the Lifespan.” This is aimed at drawing attention to the importance of maintaining good communication from early childhood straight through to old age. Hearing loss has a…

Nutrients That Boost Your Hearing Health

Nutrients That Boost Your Hearing Health

It’s a fascinating journey to explore the supplements in our food and how they affect our mood and our body.  As we age, this especially becomes a necessity for all aspects of a health and lifestyle.  What we eat can maintain all our bodies as a whole into our golden years. Our hearing is definitely…

Meditation Could Help Alleviate Tinnitus

Meditation Could Help Alleviate Tinnitus

Do you ever find yourself in silence yet still hear a ringing, buzzing or other static sound in your ears.? Superstitions often attribute this to others speaking of you in your absence.  What this actually is attributed to is referred to as tinnitus. Tinnitus is the medical term that refers to the perception of sound…

What is Single-Sided Hearing Loss?

What is Single-Sided Hearing Loss?

There is a very important reason we as humans have two ears.  We need both to help us hear. When a person suffers from single sided hearing loss, also known as unilateral hearing loss, the results can negatively impact our quality of life. Single sided hearing loss occurs when a person experiences a normal level…

Head Injuries & Hearing Loss

Head Injuries & Hearing Loss

Whether you are a football player, cyclist, motorist or pedestrian, the danger of a head injury is always present. Many people don’t understand that the effects of a hit to the head can last long after any physical pain has passed. Head trauma can change how someone learns, thinks, performs and behaves.  A traumatic brain…

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