Hearing Loss

How Hearing Loss can Negatively Affect Brain Function

There have been many studies investigating the relationship between hearing loss and the brain, such as linking hearing loss to cognitive decline, dementia, and Alzheimer’s. What we know for sure is that hearing loss can, and more often than not, have a significant impact on

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How Hearing Loss can Affect your Balance

There are many ways hearing loss can affect balance. The inner ear, which consists of the cochlea, semicircular canals, and vestibule, is responsible for both hearing and balance due to the many tiny hair cells that help detect movement and changes in orientation. Hearing damage

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What is Asymmetric Hearing Loss?

Asymmetrical hearing loss, also known as unilateral hearing loss, is when there is a significant difference in hearing (by more than 15 decibels) between the left and right ears. One ear may have “normal” hearing, while the other has a significant loss of hearing. There

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Partner Spotlight: SmashHaus

Musicians, entertainers and content creators help make the world so much more enjoyable. From creating simple jingles for ads that are etched into our minds to nostalgic songs, shows, and movies that can make us feel a wide array of emotions in an instant!  These

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What Musicians Use to Protect Their Hearing

Neil Young, Ozzy Osbourne, Grimes, Ayumi Hamasaki, and Chris Martin. What do these musicians have in common? Other than their love for music and entertaining, these five musicians, among many others, suffer from hearing loss and some even have tinnitus. But this is often the

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Who Should Consider OTC Hearing Aids

So, you’re in the market for some new hearing aids! The great news is that since October 17, 2022, over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids have become available at many pharmacies and major retailers, such as Walmart, Walgreens, and Best Buy. The convenience and availability of OTC

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What you should know about OTC Hearing Aids

The time has finally come where the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the selling of over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids. They have been designed for individuals over the age of 18 who suffer from mild to moderate hearing loss. They are significantly lower

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4 Telehealth Apps for Hearing Loss

There are three types of teleservices you should know about, especially if you have hearing loss. These services are teleaudiology, telemedicine, and telehealth. This is where technology and health care come together to provide remote health care services from the tips of your fingers through

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The Relationship Between Hearing Loss and Mental Health

Hearing isn’t just about the ability to interpret sounds. Hearing is also about feeling your emotions to make interpersonal connections. Mental and emotional health are greatly impacted by your ability to hear. To help you better cope with your hearing loss journey, we’ve come up

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How Telehealth Technology can Enhance Healthcare Access

Hearing loss is an invisible disability that impacts the quality of life. Connections have been made between hearing loss and cognitive and balance impairments, depression and isolation, poor academic performance, and a list of other effects resulting from hearing loss. Limited access and affordability contributes

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Designed to Strengthen Your Hearing and Relieve Tinnitus.

Designed to Strengthen Your Hearing and Relieve Tinnitus.

Download the AudioCardio App on the Apple App Store or Google Play store!