Symptoms of Memory Loss Could Actually Be Hearing Loss

Symptoms of Memory Loss Could Actually Be Hearing Loss

Do you have memory loss? Are some of your family members struggling with dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease, and you’re worried you might be next? As these degenerative diseases becomes more common, especially among the aging population of seniors in America, any sign of memory loss could be an early warning sign of dementia, and be…

How Do We Hear Voices in a Crowd?

How Do We Hear Voices in a Crowd?

Hearing loss is more common than you might think, and nearly 40 million Americans are struggling to hear. Sadly, only around 20% of those who need hearing aids actually seek treatment for their hearing loss, choosing to live with poor hearing rather than taking charge of their hearing health. Those living with untreated hearing loss…

Start the Year Off Right with an Annual Hearing Test

Start the Year Off Right with an Annual Hearing Test

It’s the season of resolutions again, and for many of us this is the perfect time of year to evaluate our health and look for areas of potential improvement. As with every year, we resolve to eat more healthily and do more exercise. How do we keep these resolutions? Experts suggest keeping our resolutions SMART…

A Link Between Hearing Loss and Accidental Injury

A Link Between Hearing Loss and Accidental Injury

Untreated hearing loss means you miss out on a lot of things. Birds chirping, the whisper of “I love you,” the laughter of young children. Poor hearing health affects all parts of your body, can lead to isolation, depression, and a decrease in cognitive abilities There is an increasing amount of information that supports a…

Understanding the Degrees of Hearing Loss

Understanding the Degrees of Hearing Loss

Are you preparing to have a hearing test with Exceptional Hearing Care? Have you recently had a hearing test and are trying to learn more about your hearing abilities? Treating hearing loss and improving your hearing health contributes to your overall health. Studies show that treating hearing loss supports your cognitive abilities, could help prevent…

Great Things to Hear This Holiday Season in Phoenix

Great Things to Hear This Holiday Season in Phoenix

Holiday music sets the seasonal scene around Phoenix as we celebrate the holidays. Don’t miss a second of hearing good cheer because of hearing issues. Exceptional Hearing Care is ready to help you get your holiday cheer on. Here’s just some of the great things to hear in Phoenix this holiday season! A Christmas Carol…

A Link Between Gout & Hearing Loss

A Link Between Gout & Hearing Loss

Gout is a painful form of chronic, inflammatory arthritis that can affect people of all ages. People with gout can experience sudden and debilitating attacks of pain, swelling, and tenderness in their joints—especially the joint at the base of the big toe. The symptoms of gout frequently occur at night, and the pain of the…

Hearing Loss Patients at Higher Risk of Hospital Readmission

Hearing Loss Patients at Higher Risk of Hospital Readmission

Going to the hospital can be a really stressful endeavor. Not only are you not feeling well, but there are often long lines, stressful bureaucracy, not to mention the feeling of being cooped up with a lot of other people who are feeling well. Most of us would agree that the primary goal of going…

November is National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

November is National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

November is National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia that people experience. This degenerative brain disease affects people’s memories, and people with Alzheimer’s typically have difficulty remembering information that they have relatively recently learned. Alzheimer’s disease commonly affects those who are 65 years old and older. As often happens…