Living with Hearing Loss

  • Beltone Audiology | Hearing Loss

    Can You Hear Me Now? Signs of Hearing Loss

    Hearing loss is a silent social killer. Similar to diseases like hypertension and diabetes, hearing loss often goes unnoticed for long periods of time. While they might not understand that they are suffering from loss of hearing, the people around them are impacted, their social interactions suffer, and small social issues impact their relationships. There […]

  • Beltone Audiology | ASL

    Want to Learn ASL? There’s an App for That!

    Sign language is an excellent skill to have and it is an easy language to learn. There are many reasons to learn sign language – it allows you to better connect with those suffering from hearing loss, it can enhance your cognitive functions, and you can communicate with babies and animals more effectively. While you […]

  • Beltone Audiology | Hearing Loss

    5 Things That Can Damage Your Hearing

    Everybody fears hearing loss, especially as they grow older. While hearing loss is often due to aging, other times it can be due to excessive ear wax, prolonged exposure to noise, or even medication. Here are five things that may damage your hearing. Ear Wax Build Up Wax build up deep inside the inner ear […]

  • Beltone Audiology | Hearing Care

    Take Care of Your Hearing

    Hearing loss affects millions of people around the world. Most individuals who show symptoms of hearing loss are over the age of 50. In order to prevent symptoms of hearing loss, it is important to take care of your hearing. Here are a few things you can do to lessen or prevent hearing loss. Use […]

  • Beltone Audiology | Hearing Loss

    Hearing Loss. The Most Common Workplace Injury

    As the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports, over 22 million Americans are exposed to hazardous noise levels at work. No matter the industry, hearing loss is the most common workplace injury. While you may think that those who work in the construction, aviation, or music industries are the most susceptible to hearing loss, research […]

  • Beltone Audiology Mumps and Hearing Loss

    How Do The Mumps Cause Hearing Loss

    Before vaccines were available, mumps used to be the leading cause for hearing loss in children. Now that vaccines are available, that isn’t the current situation. If that were the case then, is there any reason to be worried about this? What purpose would there be in reading this article? The truth is, these preventive […]