Our Guide on How Musicians Can Prevent Hearing Damage

Our Guide on How Musicians Can Prevent Hearing Damage

Musicians are at high risk of developing noise-induced hearing loss or tinnitus, both of which can compromise an individual’s ability to create or enjoy music and all its nuances. This article will help you understand the impact of loud music and how to minimize the risks that come with your career.

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4 Ways for People With Hearing Loss to Wear Face Masks Without Struggle

4 Ways for People With Hearing Loss to Wear Face Masks Without Struggle

Today, to prevent further spread of the coronavirus, people who need to go outside for essential work or to run errands may be required to wear a face mask. However, this can be difficult for people who have hearing loss since they often rely on lip-reading when talking to other people. As such, when the person they’re talking to speaks, they will have a hard time understanding what they’re saying, even when wearing hearing aids.

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4 Factors That Cause Ear Ruptures

4 Factors That Cause Ear Ruptures

If your eardrum suffers a small hole or tear, this condition then is called an eardrum rupture, and this may not sound so good as it may lead to permanent hearing loss. Certain factors affect our eardrum’s condition and to prevent any further damage; with that in mind, it’s necessary to list down what could cause these tears.

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Is There a Treatment For Hearing Recruitment

Is There a Treatment For Hearing Recruitment

If you have hearing loss and you notice sudden, startling sounds that bother you, you might be dealing with recruitment. Don’t panic when you hear it because there are treatments available for it such as the use of advanced hearing aids and therapy to help you better cope with the sound. This article discusses the treatments available for alleviating the symptoms of hearing recruitment.

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The Symptoms of Earwax Buildup & How to Get Rid of It

The Symptoms of Earwax Buildup & How to Get Rid of It

When it comes to cleaning your ears, you typically don’t have to. Often, ear wax will just slowly fall out of your ear and get washed away. Unfortunately, there are times when your glands produce more earwax than you need, causing earwax buildup, which leads to a series of problems. In this article, we will share with you about earwax buildup in greater detail. Keep on reading to find out more.

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3 Key Things to Consider for Your Hearing Loss

3 Key Things to Consider for Your Hearing Loss

Hearing loss or decline can be debilitating. It can be a bit frustrating to deal with a hearing loss and take time to adapt to your hearing aid. When first consulting with a hearing professional, there are a few things you should consider and ask. In this article, we discuss the 3 main things you should discuss with your hearing professional.

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