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  • Beltone Audiology Retirement Hearing Health

    How to Prepare For Your Hearing Health Before Retirement

    It’s very exciting when you’re expecting to retire soon. However, as you are approaching this period of your life, it doesn’t mean just planning vacations and hobbies you intend on doing. As you near retirement, you should also start thinking about your well-being. You should see to it that your physiology or body functions are […]

  • Swimmers Ear

    How Swimmer’s Ear Can Cause Temporary Hearing Loss

    Caring for your ears entail discipline. You’ll have to avoid exposing your ears to excessively loud noises, and this may mean a slight change of lifestyle. Frequent partygoers should lessen trips to clubs or bars, and start considering kickbacks in someone’s home where the volume can be managed to reasonable levels. However, roaring sounds aren’t […]

  • How Obesity Is Related To Hearing Loss

    Taking care of your health is one of the most vital things to consider as you are growing older, struggling with more than one health conditions cannot be a walk in the park, obesity being one of them. If you suddenly have this gasping feeling when talking a walk or find out that your favorite […]

  • Hearing Loss

    Turner Syndrome And Hearing Loss

    The Turner Syndrome is named so because of the doctor who first reported the symptoms that are the results of this illness back in 1938, although the cause for this wasn’t discovered until 1959. This isn’t something you should fear contracting since this is a disease that is acquired upon birth so you either have […]

  • Choosing The Right Audiologist For You

    Audiologists go through extensive training and educating so that they are ready to help patients with complications regarding there auditory system and also, unknown to many, the vestibular system whose role is to manage a person’s balance through spatial orientation, equilibrium, and motion awareness. No matter the amount of schooling these professionals go through though, […]

  • How Hearing Loss Can Lead To Depression

    The sense of hearing plays a vital role on how humans interact with one another. Children learn their first words by listening to what their parents say. When old enough, they’re sent to school to get an education. A lot of the information they assimilate is received through their ears. Socializing with peers will also […]