Research is adding weight to the notion that what you eat could have a direct influence on your development of tinnitus.
Here’s why hearing aids should be unique to the person suffering with impaired hearing.
These tips for people with hearing loss can help you enjoy the holiday season–and reconnect with your friends, family members, and loved ones.
If you have hearing loss, you might have some very specific reasons for dreading your next office holiday party. But these strategies can help you kick back–and enjoy yourself!
How do I know if that pain in my ear is a cold or an ear infection?
Hearing aid domes are cone-shaped silicon devices that can help non-custom hearing aids fit–and work–more efficiently. But they have benefits and drawbacks.
Why is a hearing test important and how often do you need one?
Hypersensitivity to loud sound is often reported in those with hearing loss. The root cause is a condition hearing specialists call auditory recruitment.
Ototoxic chemicals in your work environment could lead to this.
Your headphones could be causing you serious hearing damage. Here’s how to listen to your favorite bands safely.
The relationship between anxiety disorders and tinnitus can often turn into a vicious cycle–one that causes insomnia and other sleep disruptions.
Lately you’ve noticed that you can’t hear out of one ear. Is that bad? (Spoiler: It’s likely.) What could be the cause? And when should you see a hearing professional?