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1 in 5 U.S. teens has hearing loss 1 in 5 U.S. teens has hearing loss, new study says Earbuds may be to blame for sharp rise in hearing loss since 1988, experts say By CARLA K. JOHNSON CHICAGO — A stunning number of teens have lost a little bit of their hearing — nearly one in five — and the problemContinue reading “1 in 5 U.S. teens has hearing loss”

What is single-sided deafness?

Wednesday, June 26th 2013  (Reposted from Healthy Hearing . com) Single-sided deafness is the complete loss of hearing in only one ear, which is more often than not, a permanent ailment. Although single-sided deafness cannot be cured, there are plenty of options available that will help to restore the sensation of hearing in both ears. SomeContinue reading “What is single-sided deafness?”

Can allergies cause hearing loss?

Can allergies cause hearing loss? Wednesday, June 12th 2013 With warmer winter patterns across the country and heavy spring rains, plants have more potential to produce pollen into the air to trigger allergy symptoms. Some allergy sufferers will experience runny noses and itchy eyes, but others may feel pressure in the ear, a ringing sensation inContinue reading “Can allergies cause hearing loss?”

What is misophonia? By Melissa Breyer Thu, Oct 25 2012 at 6:02 PM Chomping and lip-smacking are annoying to many, but for people with misophonia, such simple sounds can breed panic and extreme rage. We all have noises that drive us to distraction. A recent study of unpleasant sounds found that a knife on a bottle isContinue reading “What is misophonia?”

Vitamins to Reverse Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

University Studies Effects of Vitamins to Reverse Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Posted from Healthy Hearing. com About 10 million people in the United States alone—from troops returning from war to students with music blasting through headphones—are suffering from impairing noise-induced hearing loss. The rising trend is something that researchers and physicians at the University of Michigan KresgeContinue reading “Vitamins to Reverse Noise-Induced Hearing Loss”

Why you should protect your hearing.

From “Shouting Won’t Help: Why I – and 50 Million Other Americans Can’t Hear You” by Katherine Bouton. From the Hearing Health Spring 2013 publication. I recently had a patient tell me about this book. While I do not have the book yet, the excerpts from it that I have read are great. The portionContinue reading “Why you should protect your hearing.”

FDA link regarding hearing aids  Having trouble hearing? Over 35 million children and adults in the United States have so me degree of hearing loss. Hearing loss can have a negative effect on communication, relationships, school/work performance, and emotional well-being. However, hearing loss doesn’t have to restrict your daily activities. Properly fitted hearing aids and aural rehabilitation techniques canContinue reading “FDA link regarding hearing aids”

Starkey Xino Tinnitus

Xino Tinnitus Designed to deliver the one thing every person with tinnitus wants — relief! We’ve engineered a new tinnitus treatment solution that will forever change the way people deal with ringing in the ears. Called Xino Tinnitus, it is designed to deliver all day relief from tinnitus. How it works Using Starkey’s patent-pending MultiflexContinue reading “Starkey Xino Tinnitus”